Overview

The LSO with a bivalve opening allows for tightening on both sides, connecting the anterior and posterior. The low profile orthosis allows compression, expansion, adjustability and good lateral control.

Spinal Indications

  • Post-Operative Lumbar Surgery
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Spondylolysis
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Compression Fracture
  • Herniated Disc
  • Low Back Pain

Features

  • Bivalve design allows for maximum anterior and posterior control.
  • Accommodates volume changes.
  • Sternal shield can be added to control flexion or enhance an extension force.

Bivalve Opening: Overlap Options & Configurations

Bivalve Opening Overlap Options:
Smooth Overlap (pictured), Step Overlap, With Tongues

Bivalve Configurations:
Anterior over Posterior, Anterior into Posterior

Order Form Product Options Transfer Patterns

LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Anterior View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Anterior View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Lateral View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Lateral View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Posterior View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Posterior View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Anterior View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Anterior View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Lateral View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Lateral View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Posterior View
LSO - Bivalve Smooth Overlap - Posterior View
Spinous Process Relief
Spinous Process Relief
Sternal Shield Attachment
Sternal Shield Attachment
Sub Clavicular Extension
Sub Clavicular Extension
Sternal Pads
Sternal Pads
Plastic and Dacron Extended Chafes
Plastic and Dacron Extended Chafes
Corrugated Paraspinal Reinforcement
Corrugated Paraspinal Reinforcement
Torso Body Sock
Torso Body Sock