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ThermoActive Medical® LSO High Back System - Lumbar Support & Compression

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ThermoActive Medical® LSO High Back System

Lumbar Orthosis with Rigid Posterior Panel – Posterior panel extends from Sacrococcygel Junction to T-9 Vertebrae.

Suggested HCPCS Code L-0631

Features

New Floating D-Rings

  • D-rings can be moved to any position needed and consistently provides ideal strap placement providing maximum fitting options.
  • May be easily angled for pendulous stomachs
  • Enhanced function and comfort for all patients
  • Fits up to 65” circumference (with extender straps)

Unique Removable Lumbar Gel Packs

  • Provides total contact and enhanced comfort
  • Freeze or chill for deep cold therapy
  • Microwave for heat therapy
  • System can be used with or without packs reducing the amount of SKU’s needed

 

Built-in Lumbar Compression Panel with Hand Pump

  • Delivers total contact via the compression feature for all shapes and sized patients
  • Compression enhances the benefit of the hot/cold packs when in use

 

New Thin-Line Internal Pockets for the Moldable Supports

  • Newly designed posterior and anterior pockets hold our thermoformable plastic supports securely in place – after molding to the patient shape

 

Thermoformable Plastic Posterior and Anterior Supports

  • Moldable at low temperatures for exact patient fitting
  • Easy adjustments – if any are needed

 

One Pair of Extender Straps

  • Easily attaches to add 10” to 20” of circumference
  • Allows one size LSO to fit the majority of patients

 

Fitting Guide

Waist Measurements

Max Height

Without Extender Straps

up to 43”

15.25”

With Extender Straps

up to 63”

15.25”

 

Suggested HCPCS Code L-0631

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