Aspen OTS™ TLSO 457

Key Features

  • Designed for extended wear
  • low profile
  • Pull-through sizing mechanism allows
  • Aspen’s patented 4:1 tightening mechanism
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Description

One-Size TLSO Brace OTS L0457

The Aspen OTS™ TLSO 457 is a one-size adjustable, inelastic spinal brace designed to provide additional thoracolumbar support, bringing patients back to a functional midrange to help create a dynamic environment for healing from complex spinal conditions. This clinically-tested, non-narcotic, non-invasive treatment solution combines support and direct independent compression to promote effective trunk stability, enabling patients to regain activities of daily living. Comfortably fits waist sizes ranging from 28-54 inches, and up to 64 inches with Universal Extension Panel.

Sizing Chart

  • One size fits all
  • Fits waists from 28 to 54 inches wide
  • Fits up to 64 inch waist with optional universal extender panel

Typical Indications

Postoperative support / pain relief, Kyphosis secondary to osteoporosis, Decompressive procedures, Degenerative disc disease, Bulging or herniated disc, Fracture management, Structural kyphosis, Spondylolisthesis, Spinal stenosis, Spondylosis

Aspen 457 OTS Instructions
  • "A Cochrane Review found that lumbar supports are “effective for improving functional status” in patients with acute, subacute and chronic low back pain based on 3 high quality trials with a total of 410 patients." - Cochrane Rev. CD001823, 2008).
  • "A 2009 clinical trial studying 197 patients with subacute low back pain found significantly more LSO users, 60% versus 40%, totally weaned off medication by trial’s end." - Spine. 2009;34930:p215).
  • "The authors of a 2011 pain management study praise the rapidity of symptom relief - viewing lumbar supports as a safe, non-invasive, cost-effective , non-pharmacologic tool for home use in pain flare-ups." - Prac Pain Manage.p106).
  • "Research studies find no adverse effects on either abdominal or back muscle strength." - Joint Bone Spine. 2008 75(1):58, J Spinal Disord. 1992.;5(3):260).
  • "A 2012 study of 40 patients with chronic low back pain found no negative changes in the paravertebral muscles after 6 months of use." - Fukushima J Med Sci. 2012;58(1):60-65)

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