New Spinal Solutions

Cornell Orthotics and Prosthetics has expertise in providing the most appropriate brace for every spinal condition.

Recent improvements in the design of prefabricated spinal braces have increased the number of options available for protecting and supporting the spine. Fitting a spinal brace requires a patient-friendly approach that maximizes support and comfort, which ensures our patients are at ease.

Below, find the best of new prefabricated spinal options, all of which we maintain in stock and ready to fit immediately.

We offer custom bracing options as well, which should be considered for more complicated conditions

ASPEN 2 Panel
“Quick Draw” LSO

Indications:

  • Post-surgical lumbar fusion
  • Lower back pain
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Herniated nucleus pulposa
  • Lumbar strain

Advantages:

  1. Low profile, high compliance
  2. Easy to don with a 4:1 two pull compound closure which provides the most effective hydrostatic forces possible
  3. Bilateral pulls eliminate rotation of spine while tightening
  4. Independent lower- and upper-compression adjustments allow for custom fit of different shapes
  5. Optional cryotherapy gel pack
  6. Optional TLSO conversion

BOA SI Belt

Indications:

  • Sacroiliac pain & dysfunction
  • Post sacroiliac injection

Features and Benefits:

  1. Easy application with single-pull design
  2. Even, progressive compression from proprietary teardrop Lacer Compression System
  3. Easily adjustable for all-day wear
  4. Comprised of latex-free, breathable Airmesh® for maximum comfort
  5. Patients report instant relief of symptoms

 

Orthomerica Hyperextension TLSO with Sternal Shield

Indications:

  • Vertebral compression fractures
  • Osteoporosis and painful kyphosis

 

Advantages:

  1. Easy to don
  2. Comfortable hyperextension for all-day wear
  3. Effective hydrostatic force to unweight vertebral bodies thanks to a single 5:1 compound closure
  4. Easily converts to LSO

Orthomerica Cruciform Hyperextension
3 Panel TLSO

Indications:

  • Vertebral compression fractures T9-L5
  • Multiple compression fractures and kyphosis associated with osteoporosis

 

Advantages:

  1. A single pull 5:1 compound closure results in easy-to-don, truly effective hyperextension force to unweight vertebral bodies
  2. First comfortable hyperextension orthosis available.

Advantages:

  1. Lowest profile 2 Panel LSO in its class
  2. Effective hydrostatic compression to unload lumbar spine
  3. Optional cryotherapy pack

Corflex 2 Panel LSO

Indications:

  • Lower back pain
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Lumbar sprain/strain