BeActive is a pressure pad combined with a leg brace which may help to reduce back pain.
The brace applies targeted pressure to the specific point on the leg which helps to relieve pain. It’s a simple and effective way to help relieve back pain.
It’s quick and easy to apply, discreet and can be used whilst exercising, sleeping and working.
How Does it Work
The secret is the accupressure pad, applied to trigger points to relieve tension up your leg and back, for instant help with pain relief.
It gently compresses alleviating pain to the nerve and lower back. Pain radiating from the lower back to the lower extremities is relieved by the targeted pressure.
Helps to relieve lower back pain associated with:
Chronic low back pain
Piriformis Syndrome (Piriformis Syndrome is a condition in which the piriformis muscle, located in the buttock region, spasms and causes buttock pain. The piriformis muscle can also irritate the nearby sciatic nerve and cause pain, numbness and tingling along the back of the leg and into the foot (similar to sciatic pain).
How to Use.
1. Slide BeActive Brace up to just below the knee on either the left or right leg
2. Align pressure pad at the outer edge of the calf, with the ‘R’ for right or ‘L’ for left leg facing the front
3. Tighten to apply firm pressure on the calf.
Initially do not wear for more than 2 hours, to get used to it, then wear as long as you feel comfortable. The wrap can be worn for longer periods as needed. If your lower back pain occurs in the centre of your back, try to determine if the pain is more towards the right or left side and then apply the wrap to that side. If your lower back pain is exactly in the centre of your low back, first try the wrap on your right leg and if no relief then switch to your left leg.
This product is not a cure and individual results will vary. As with any new product, always consult your medical practitioner, especially if you have pre – existing conditions.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or medical condition.