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Warm and Form Back Braces

Warm and Form back braces consist of an elastic belt to provide compression and a heat-moldable insert for support.  The hard panel (insert) is contoured with heat to the lower back for a custom fit.  The insert does not stay warm.  Once the insert cools, it maintains the shape of the anatomy it was molded to.   Hot water or a heat gun can be used for molding the insert.  These back braces cannot be returned once the inserts are heated and molded.    

Warm and Form back braces are old technology and often are prescribed by physicians who are not aware of the new types of back braces available.  A back brace with a pulley system will work just as well in conforming to each pateint's unique anatomy as a warm + form - they are also less expensive.  Warm and form back braces require a medical professional to heat the moldable insert to the point where the plastic becomes malleable.  This means a patient could burn themselves while the insert is being conformed to their lower back.


   

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Warm and Form Back Brace

  • 9" height in back
  • 6" height in front
  • Elastic construction
  • Neoprene pocket
  • Double side pulls
  • Can be worn with or without insert
Bird & Cronin
Price: $32.35

Warm and Form Back Brace

Back Support - Warm and Form

  • Lumbar Support
  • Heat Moldable Lumbar Insert
  • Elastic Construction
  • Double Side Pulls
Hely & Weber
Price: $86.58

Back Support - Warm and Form

Warm and Form - Low Profile

  • 9" Lumbar Support
  • 2 Choices of Lumbar Inserts
  • Elastic Construction
  • Neoprene Pocket
  • Double Side Pulls
New Options Sports
Price: $29.95

Warm and Form - Low Profile

Warm and Form Back Support

  • 12" Lumbar Support
  • Thermoformable Lumbar Insert
  • Elastic Construction
  • Neoprene Pocket
  • Double Side Pulls
New Options Sports
Price: $86.75

Warm and Form Back Support

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Warm and Form back supports are appropriate for bulging discs, chronic and acute strains, degenerative disc disease, herniated dics, mechanical back pain, spondylolisthesis, backache, back problems, lower back pain, and spondylosis.