Posture Corrector Brace FAQ

From the site Spine-Health.com:
“Not maintaining good posture and adequate back support can add strain to muscles and put stress on the spine. Over time, the stress of poor posture can change the anatomical characteristics of the spine, leading to the possibility of constricted blood vessels and nerves, as well as problems with muscles, discs, and joints. All of these can be major contributors to back and neck pain, as well as headaches, fatigue, and possibly even concerns with major organs and breathing.”

Pay attention to your symptoms and when the back pain starts:
  • If you notice that the Back pain that is worse at certain times of the day as an example after work, driving or doing housework
  • Pain that starts in your neck and moves down into your upper and lower back
That’s typical back pain caused by a poor posture. In these cases, a posture corrector brace is very useful. Using the posture brace every day during all situations that caused back pain (working at a computer desk) will help you to get/keep naturally a good posture and feel better. It’s always good to consult also with your physician, but in any case, the use of the posture brace has no contraindications
  • A good posture brace doesn’t have to constrict too much your movement and you need you to adjust it one time in the day, the figure-8 brace is more comfortable than the ones that have the front belt or that look like a corset.
  • It needs to have a perforated fabric, as bigger is the holes than better will be the skin transpiration.
  • A comfortable posture brace has wide straps that wrap your shoulders, the wider they are more comfortable it will be to wear.
  • A posture brace that use velcro straps to trim and adjust rather than front buckle it’s more easy to use, because when you tight the velcro straps (pulling the straps horizontally) the brace doesn’t move.
    Instead all posture brace with front buckle when you tighten the straps pulling down and the brace slides upward.
  • If you like to wear the posture brace under clothes or on top of a thin t-shirt it must have a soft pad called armpit protection.

All those important key points are featured in our posture brace
No, a poor posture is a habit, as for an example of how do you sit at your work desk.
Our posture corrector brace is a belt that, wrapping your shoulder in a figure-8, remind you to keep the good posture.
The use of a posture brace can cause neck pain, pain/constriction around shoulder/armpit ONLY if the model that you are using is too small.
No. Using a posture corrector brace It’s useless during sleep, it’s designed to keep your back straight when you stand or sit. If you have back pain at night, you should try to use some special pillow.
Not too much tight. You have to feel a gentle pressure that pushes your shoulders back when you try to slouch, like an example when you move your neck and shoulders towards your computer keyboard/monitor. If you adjust the posture brace too tight, after a while you feel it uncomfortable
The answer is No.
Scientific studies have failed to show the efficacy of using magnets to treat pain or joint and muscle stiffness. While a posture corrector is a very useful medical device, the use of magnets is useless.
Use the posture corrector in all situation that causes back pain. As an example: working that the computer desk, cooking or doing other housework when you need to keep a prolonged standing.
No, it doesn't hurt.
We included a soft pad, the armpit protection, to avoid that the straps pinch under the armpit when you wear the posture brace under clothes or on a thin t-shirt.
Some customers report that the brace was uncomfortable, but only because accidentally they bought the wrong size. In this case, we always offer a free replacement with the correct size.