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    Browse our collection of work belts designed to provide comfort and practicality in your professional environment. These belts are part of our carefully selected range of personal protective equipment (PPE) accessories to meet your safety and functionality needs in the workplace.

    Other criteria for choosing a lumbar belt - Men and Women

    In France, nearly 80,000 people are off work every day due to lower back pain, and 110,000 work accidents are due to acute lower back pain. Can be traumatic or repetitive, back pain mainly affects material handlers of heavy workloads within companies. Therefore, for these professionals, wearing a lumbar belt is strongly recommended, whether as a preventative measure or to relieve pain.

    How does the lumbar belt work and where should it be placed?

    Having an analgesic effect, the back belt is able to relieve pain by joining the abdominal muscles with those of the spine . The pressures and loads on the intervertebral discs are then rebalanced to provide immediate relief.

    By reducing the muscular efforts required in the spine, this back belt is an ally allowing you to return to a normal situation and find the right actions to protect your back strong>.

    As a preventative measure, by sensitizing your muscles and nerves, the restraint belt limits the range of your movements. In other words, it prevents you from making extreme movements that could be harmful to your back. It is therefore also effective in helping you to have more comfortable and less traumatic postures for your back.

    The lumbar belt is not just reserved for handlers of heavy loads. Any practice or activity likely to trigger lower back pain such as gardening, various work on construction site, cleaning or even having to sit in the office all day long.

    Which back belt is suitable for your profession? Is it good to wear a lumbar belt for back support?

    The choice of lumbar belt depends, of course, on the type of pathology and morphology, but for a professional wishing to avoid lower back pain, the intensity of the physical activity is an essential point. Thus, a person working in an office will not wear a belt designed to prevent lower back problems during heavy work.

    For activities carried out in a prolonged sitting position, a universal restraint belt will do the trick. Used for the prevention and treatment of chronic pain, this classic lumbar belt is suitable for office workers or even drivers. Some models even allow slight correction of bad postures.

    For heavy work such as handling heavy loads and various construction site activities, turn to a strength work restraint belt. This type of belt is often equipped with flexible steel ribs ensuring good rigidity in the back. It is used in the prevention and treatment of lower back problems. An anti-vibration lumbar belt, for its part, should be used particularly for prevention. This is a high lumbar support belt which is characterized by its rigidity without hindering your work.

    Ideal for workers who suffer from aches and contractures at the end of the day, the heated lumbar belt contributes to muscle relaxation and relaxation. It is therefore recommended for everyone.

    Before choosing your lumbar belt, it is important to clearly define the type of back pain. Indeed, the characteristics of a belt for the treatment of temporary lower back pain are different from those of a belt designed to treat chronic pain. Therefore, for occasional discomfort, an intermittent wear belt is recommended. It will therefore only be worn during moments of crisis. For permanent pain, it is recommended to opt for a lumbar belt that can be worn next to the skin so that it does not interfere with your tasks.

    The last element to take into account, and not the least, is your body shape. In fact, a lumbar belt is available in two different heights. So, if you measure less than 1.60 m, you will need to choose a belt with a height of 21 cm. Otherwise, you will be directed to a model with 26 cm in height. In addition to size, body size, type of back pain (high or low), state of health or even pregnancy are all points to take into account. In any case, it is recommended to seek advice from your doctor before purchasing your back belt.

    Where to find and what are the types of work lumbar belts? It’s all on Oxwork!

    There are several types of lumbar belts on the Oxwork website. They are specially designed for professionals to prevent deformities of the spine, back pain or to keep them in place (spine, abdomen and lower back) during work that requires lifting a heavy load.

    These personal protective equipment are generally made of EVA, polyester and latex to ensure their robustness, durability and comfort. Some of these lumbar belts have adjustable straps, others have adjustable and padded belts. This is to provide workers with better posture.

    What makes them special is that they can be worn under work clothes. Among the range, we find:

    • Positioning belts (anti-fall with quick release straps)
    • Lumbar belts with adjustable straps
    • Strap support belts

    Lumbar belts are key devices among personal protective equipment (PPE) intended to provide support and relieve lower back pain. Renowned brands such as Thuasne, Gibaud, Donjoy and Cizeta offer high-quality lumbar belts that meet specific compression and immobilization needs. These belts are designed to provide effective support in the treatment of lower back problems such as herniated discs, while promoting correct posture.

    Lower back belts are specially designed to support the lower back area and provide relief in the event of a herniated disc. Available in black, this belt is recommended for both daily use and sports, thanks to its comfortable grip and optimal support. Our customer reviews attest to its effectiveness and superior quality. To see more details on this product and check available stock, we invite you to visit our site. Our belts represent a wise choice for those looking to minimize lower back discomfort and improve their quality of life.

    Some models come with a specific compression class, offering different options depending on individual needs. Fast delivery ensures that users can receive their back belts quickly for optimal relief. The user tips included with these products help users get the most out of their lumbar belt, by providing recommendations on how to adjust it correctly and how much downtime is necessary. The black color, often available, adds a discreet touch to these lumbar belts, making them suitable for everyday use. In summary, lumbar belts from reputable brands represent an essential part of PPE for those looking to relieve lower back pain and promote optimal recovery.