Legacoid wrote: »
Is this for support when lifting weights in the gym, or more generally for daily life?
If it's for daily life I'd be more inclined to spend my money on a couple of trips to a decent physiotherapist or even a well-qualified PT to get an exercise program to fix any weaknesses/imbalances you have and prevent a similar injury happening again. Long term a belt may actually contribute to your problem.
burtons wrote: »
When I hurt my back the doctor sent me to the physiotherapist assessment unit at the hospital and they told me to exercise but they didn't really say what exercises I should do apart from swinging my arms around like an helicopter. I only want the belt while in blackpool as I don't want to hurt my back when I go on the rides with my daughter.
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