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    The Serola Sacroiliac Belt  is specifically designed to treat back pain, joint instability and sacroiliac pain by compressing and supporting the sacroiliac joints. It reduces pain from muscle strains, ligament tension, spasms, and pinched nerves in the hips. Wearing the belt throughout the day also lowers the risk of injuries during daily activities.

    Note: For maximum safety and support, the belt should be worn whenever you engage in activities such as bending, lifting, twisting, or prolonged sitting or standing. Although strength may increase significantly, caution should be taken when lifting (due to implied instability) not to lift more than one’s capacity.

    Please note that we are not required to provide a refund or replacement on personal use items unless the item is faulty.


    Comes in 4 different sizes:

    Small (30″ to 34″ Hip Measurement)
    Medium (34″ to 40″ Hip Measurement)
    Large (40″ to 46″ Hip Measurement)
    X-Large (46″ to 52″ Hip Measurement)

    *The Belt is worn around the hips, not the waist.

    Delivery Info:

    • It will take 3-5 business days for us to process and deliver your order.
    • Free local pick up available from the clinic

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    Weight 0.1 kg

    Small, Medium, Large, X-Large

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