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Torso support EB-LK-01/TLSO BEIGE

Torso support EB-LK-01/TLSO BEIGE
Anatomic staysAnatomic stays
Class I medical deviceClass I medical device
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Perfect support for your spine!

Our back brace EB-LK-01/TLSO is designed to provide airy, effective and comfortable brace in very low price.

Our TLSO support is anatomic-shaped what off-loads and stabilizes lumbosacral spine.

It’s made of special orthopaedic material called ActivRubber II™. This openwork construction allows o skin breath and improves the comfort of use.


The back brace EB-LK-01/TLSO is provided with anatomically shaped metal stays that are sweat-resistant coating and neutral for the skin. Two long rear splints stabilize the spine and shoulder straps actively support mobility.

An asymmetric closure allows the perfect fitting on the patient body. Elastic circular straps provide better spine stabilization and muscles compression

Our EB-LK-01/TLSO brace:

  • Counteracts the kyphosis in the thoracic spine area by activating the trunk muscles
  • Improves the body’s posture and strengthens the muscles
  • Stabilises the achieved degree of straightening
  • Reduces pain in the overstrained back muscles
  • Increases mobility by reducing pain and straightening the spinal kyphosis
  • Reduces the risk of falls by improving the body’s statics

Purpose of use

  • Spine pain
  • Degenerative spinal pathologies
  • Disc hernia
  • Osteoporosis
  • Spondylolithesis
  • Spondylolysis
  • Spine instability
  • Rehabilitation and prevention
  • Poor posture


Size Waist circumference How to measure
S 65-75 cm
How to measure - waist circumference
M 75-85 cm
L 85-97 cm
XL 97-110 cm
XXL 110-125 cm
XXXL 125-145 cm

Height of the spine stabilizer: 44 cm (17,3″)

Total height of the product:
front: 17 cm (6,7″)
rear: min 52 cm – max 55 cm (min 20,5″ – max 21,7″)



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ActiveRubber II™

ActiveRubber II™ is strong and bidirectional elasticity. It can be stretched, increasing the length and width, what improves compression. Between the braids air flows freely and skin can breathe. In addition in high compression, these rubber braids provide a gentle massage for skin. Our orthopedic rubber is very friendly for skin.


Orthopedic profiled stays

Orthopedic stays are made of special spring steel, covered with a plastic coating and have rounded and protected ends. They can come in various widths and thicknesses as well as different hardness. They can be pre-shaped or flat. They work in one direction and adapt to the shape of the body while stabilizing the laterally protected part of the body. They are perfectly protected against corrosion, so they are resistant to water, moisture and sweat. Products equipped with them can be washed without removing them from the orthosis. They adjust to the body. The orthopedic stays cannot bend and that is why, they cannot correct the body posture or the secured joint.

Orthopedic profiled stays

Plastic stays

They come in various widths and thicknesses, are made of various types of plastics, such as polyamide, ABS or acrylic, and these features determine their stiffness. Thanks to their design, they are resistant to water, moisture and sweat. Products equipped with them can be washed without having to remove them from the orthosis. Our plastic stays work only in one direction, perfectly stabilize the laterally protected part of the body, adjusting to it at the same time and have a memory function, thanks to which they always return to their original shape. This function causes the stays in the orthosis to stabilize the swollen limb immediately after the injury and after the swelling has come off. The plastic stays cannot bend and that is why, they cannot correct the body posture or the secured joint.




Code EB-LK-01/TLSO
Model TLSO brace EB-LK-01/TLSO

CEMDClass I medical device in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2017/745 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 April 2017. on medical devices.