The Cybertech™ Ergo™ Flex Power Plus is an intermediate brace that contours to the shape of the body to provide effective lumbar support. The Flex Power Plus brace features a flexible abdominal panel and pulley system in the rear for greater patient comfort with all day use. The adjustable pulley system provides a 5 to1 ratio for easily easily adjusting the desired amount compression needed while standing or sitting. Lightweight nylon mesh construction insures breathability and comfort. The Flex Power Plus provides quality support, and is made from mesh fabric construction with an added semi-rigid, posterior panel for maximum support. The panels provide a greater degree of rigidity and support necessary to control lumbar spinal movement. The ergonomic shape of the Cybetech Flex Plus allows it to while providing pain relief for a variety of back conditions. It's ideally suited for treating herniated discs of the lumber spine, degenerative disc disease, stenosis, and more.
Cybertech™ Ergo™ Flex Power Plus Features:
- Intermediate style brace comfortably contours and conforms to most patients.
- 5 to 1 low friction pulley system is very easy to use.
- Superior compression achieved when pulley compresses brace and panels, providing maximum support.
- Custom designed mesh offers high breathability for patient comfort.
- Conforms to most body shapes without any difficulty.
- Great intermediate brace design for injury recovery.
- Easy to put on and take off with its single front fabric fastener.
- Adjustments are very quick.
- Patient controls support level with one hand adjustments.
- Ergonomic shape and lightweight.
- Available in six sizes to fit every size individual - please see our sizing chart tab above for important measurement instructions.
The Cybertech™ Ergo™ Flex Power Plus may be used to treat:
- Herniated discs.
- Disc protrusions.
- Spinal stenosis.
- Degenerative disc disease.
- Moderate to severe lumbar strains/sprains.
- Burst fractures.
- Facet syndrome.
- Post-op stabilization following: laminotomy, foraminotomy, IDET procedures, anterior laproscopic fusion, posterior lateral fusion and multilevel decompression.