Serola Maternity & Pregnancy Support Belt, Comfortable Pelvic, Waist , Back and Abdomen Support, Belly Brand Brace for Sports and Leisure , Blue Colour, Medium (34 to 40 Inc Hip)
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Serola Sacroiliac Belt for Back Pain | Health and Care
The Serola Sacroiliac Belt is the only belt designed to normalize the function of the sacroiliac joint. We think it’s a safe, clever way to support new mums in the fourth trimester. However, these belts should only be worn after you’ve given birth and are not suitable to wear during your pregnancy.The Serola Sacroiliac Belt’s patented design makes it the only belt that effectively normalizes the function of the sacroiliac joint.
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Studies have shown that, because all pelvic joints loosen during pregnancy, the use of a sacroiliac belt will most likely prevent associated pain during and after pregnancy. Snijders, et al 1992, Vleeming, et al 1990, Hansen JH 1992 So, the best treatment is stabilizing the sacroiliac and pubic ligaments, thereby removing the reason that the belly muscles have reduced tone; this can be done best by a Serola SI Belt; it just makes sense. Menstruation may make SIJ stabilization more difficult to acquire and maintain. DonTigny states “The presence of relaxin in the body about a week or 10 days before the onset of menstruation effects a hormonal ligamentous laxity similar to that of pregnancy but to a lesser degree and renders the pelvic ligaments less stable and more prone to a minor injury. The relaxin is reabsorbed during menstruation and if the innominate is kept in its normal position on the sacrum at this time, the pelvic ligaments seem to regain their normal stability. I have observed that if the dysfunction is not corrected, the instability may continue into the next menstrual cycle.” (DonTigny, 1985) It would seem appropriate then since a proper sacroiliac belt can help stabilize the sacroiliac joint and relieve SI joint pain, its use during menstruation would be beneficial.The relief that women suffering from SPD when they put their Serola belt on is real! Their faces light up and they immediately joke that they’re never going to take it off. If you’d like to learn more about if and when your SPD will improve after your baby is born, you can read “Will the pain in my pelvic area get better after pregnancy?”