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Promoted 04-28-2016 by brisar at 05:39 AM View Original Post
UPDATE: This extremely popular deal is available after coupon, as shown below.

Amazon.com has Mueller Adjustable Lumbar Back Brace for $15.62 after 'clipped' 20% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon). Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $49 or more. Thanks ndno

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Context: I've been wearing this for four years now. It helped me control the pain sufficiently that I had no problems in my legs, which were the criteria for an MRI. Finally happened last summer (leg involvement). All L2 and below. 2 herniated discs, one with disc fragments between the vertebrae, 2 discs with protusions (i.e. in the process of herniating), osteophytes at every joint in the Lumbar spine, Facet Degenerative Disease on two discs, Retrolisthesis L5/S1 (i.e. bones no longer align properly), and finally moderate-severe stenosis at L5. That was causing my calf muscles to undergo continuous spasms for up to 20 minutes some mornings, but everyone thought has been side-effect of 20 years of Lipitor. Instead yawning and stretching was evidently causing leg nerves at L5 was causing it. Largely cured by never stretching in bed.


I cannot really say. Pain has caused me to change my posture - but this does help me to maintain a very upright posture for long periods of time. It should help, especially with the insert, for you to keep your lumbar area properly curved.

Different kind of brace for a different purpose. I have one of that type also, and they do force your posture. However, when doing certain activities the Mueller can actually give enough support to make it tolerable, while the rigid bar type doesn't protect as much. I actually put the Mueller on top of the more rigid brace and I can do almost anything - though it hides the fact I am still over-using my back. Almost fell to the floor once right after I took off the combo brace as the combo masked the fact I was overdoing it, so I've learned to be careful when I double up.

I would say a qualified yes. It does help sitting or driving, especially when getting in and out of a car with bucket seats, or when operating pedals is painful. However, as one SDer pointed out to me - wearing one of these all the time does weaken the core muscles of the back, meaning your back deteriorates faster! Once I got the MRI, the Spinal Surgeon wanted me to dial back brace time to 5 hours. I explained how severe bad pain days were, so I try to drive without wearing one and saving my "brace time" for other activities.

Should help. Seriously. However, I have a sister with some back problems, and she stated that certain corsets, especially those with metal or synthetic inserts, can do a better job than the braces. However, they have to be custom made and can be a little bit expensive.

What are the other three items? Curious for items to help me cope. Spinal Specialists seem to have only four different interventions - surgery, back brace/special chairs, epidural, or do nothing/wait. Reps for info. Smilie
This is great. I had a spinal fusion years ago and still have frequent lower back issues. I use this when doing lifting, frequent bending over and riding my motorcycle. In addition to a lumbar roll it's in my top 5 list of bad back accessories.

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deal is dead?
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Last edited by dejavu157 April 18, 2016 at 04:42 AM.
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Quote from dejavu157 View Post :
deal is dead?
Not dead. I just placed an order for one. Remember you have to click on the 20% off coupon.
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Nice back brace. Nice quality and build.
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I have this one for my father, it really alleviates the back pain.

Nice product.
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Wish it was XL.. Geat deal for others!! TU!
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In for 1..hope it gives some relief from my frequent back pain..thanks OP..reppd..
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good brace. i'm gonna pick up a 2nd one. mine is old. Thanks!
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Not the lowest it has been, but great product !!
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How does this back brace work for improving posture?
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Would this help when I take a snooze in my office chair?
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This is great. I had a spinal fusion years ago and still have frequent lower back issues. I use this when doing lifting, frequent bending over and riding my motorcycle. In addition to a lumbar roll it's in my top 5 list of bad back accessories.
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worked for me... thanks op
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