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Tali Pinggang Sakit Belakang

Tali Pinggang Sakit Belakang
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Tali Pinggang Sakit Belakang
Tali Pinggang Sakit Belakang
Tali Pinggang Sakit Belakang
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Developed by a chiropractor after careful research into the anatomy and biomechanics of low back and pelvic pain.

3" Wide SI belt compresses and supports the sacroiliac joints relieving stress and instability.

Non-elastic layer mimics action of ligaments.

Additional elastic layer provides compression and helps maintain correct posture.

Does not replace muscle function - improves muscle function - increases strength throughout the body.

Entire surface is breathable, moisture-wicking, hypoallergenic, and amazingly non-slip.

Invisible under most clothing.

Comfortable and conforms to the body.

No hard buckles, pads, or hook and loop closures that can cause over-tightening, discomfort, or belly pressure.

Can be worn for extended periods without causing muscle weakness or atrophy. It Works While You Work!

Serola is Recommended Both During and After Pregnancy

During pregnancy, the ligaments, under hormonal influences, become lax and stretch to allow the pelvis to spread for delivery. It is important to hold the sacroiliac and pubic joints firmly together after delivery in order to assist the ligaments in shortening and realigning the pelvis properly. Research has shown that after childbirth most women noted a positive effect using a sacroiliac belt. Because all pelvic joints loosen during pregnancy, use of a sacroiliac belt most likely will prevent associated pain during and after pregnancy.

Helps stretched ligaments heal faster

Helps re-align and narrow pelvis after delivery

Significant pain relief has been clinically confirmed

Product Description:

The New Serola Sacroiliac Belt may be used for lower back pain, piriformis syndrome, hip, upper leg, and pelvic pain as well as during or after pregnancy to stabilize lax ligaments and the related pain in the SI joint.

The sacroiliac joint has been shown to be a major biomechanical cause of low back pain. Sprained ligaments in the sacroiliac region cause imbalanced muscular responses which lead to structural compensation patterns, muscle spasm, weakness, and back, hip, and leg pain.

The New Serola Sacroiliac Belt re-establishes the joint's normal motion by providing the correct balance of resistance and resilience. It is the only belt designed to normalize the function of the sacroiliac joint.

The Serola SI Belt is designed to compress and support the sacroiliac joints, thereby relieving stress and instability at these weight bearing structures. Excess or insufficient motion can adversely affect the entire musculoskeletal system.

The Serola Sacroiliac Belt, by providing the correct balance of resistance and resilience, re-establishes the joint's normal motion. Because of the stability the Serola Sacroiliac Belt gives to the base of your spine, strength is increased throughout your back, hips, and legs and your chances of injury are lessened considerably during work or play.

How to wear the SI Belt

Wear the Serola Sacroiliac Belt just above the leg bones that protrude from the sides of your hips (trochanters), and just below the ASIS prominences in front of your hips.

Close the belt tightly around your hips.

Pull the two elastic bands around toward the front. To ensure the best fit, always put the belt on in this manner. Do not over tighten. Over-tightening can result in increased pressure, and pain. Properly used the belt should stabilize the joint while still allowing 'normal' motion.

New Serola Belt Care

Hand wash only in hot or cold water. Rinse well in cold water to remove soap residue from the small open cells in the foam. Hang to dry.

Serola Sacroiliac Belt Sizing

To measure for the correct size:

  • Place your hands on the sides of your hips and move your legs.
  • You will find the tops of your leg bones, called trochanters, move under your hands.
  • Gently dig into your leg with your fingers and find the tops of your trochanters.
  • On the front of your pelvis, on each side, you will find a bony point called the Anterior Superior Iliac Spine (ASIS) just below your waist.
  • Measure two inches above the tops of your trochanters, just below the ASIS.





up to 34" inches

up to 86cm


34" to 40" inches

86cm to 102cm


40" to 46" inches

102cm to 117cm


46" to 52" inches

117cm to 132cm

Tali Pinggang Sakit Belakang
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ZoneWeightDelivery Fee (RM)
WMFirst 0.50 kg6.30
WMAdditional 1.00 kg3.00
EMFirst 0.50 kg10.00
EMAdditional 1.00 kg5.00


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