The Original McKenzie® Signature SlimLine™ Lumbar Support
Crafted from the finest materials, these lumbar supports provide comfortable low back support while sitting in almost any chair.
The Signature SlimLine™ Lumbar Support measures only 2 inches deep with the shape of a crescent moon, making it ideal for smaller body types and those who cannot tolerate a larger support.
Crafted from the finest materials, the new Signature Series of lumbar rolls and supports feature a warm and luxurious suede-type fabric, complete with embroidery detail and removable, adjustable straps. Convenient to transport and easy to secure to almost any chair, use these supports at home, in the car, in the office, or anywhere you sit for long periods of time.
The Signature Slimline™ Lumbar Support is suited for:
· Smaller body types and those who cannot tolerate larger supports
Ideal for use:
· At home
· At the office
· In the car
· At the movie theater
· On an airplane
· Anywhere you sit for long periods of time
Warm and luxurious suede-type fabric cover
Embroidered details and accents
Removable, adjustable straps for increased compatibility
High-quality, superior injection-molded foam retains form for an almost indefinite period
Measures approximately 12 ½”L x 2” DIA x 6”H. Strap contains latex. Made in New Zealand.
Why McKenzie Method® Lumbar Rolls and Supports
Back problems can develop from slouched sitting posture. Proper, regular use of McKenzie Method® lumbar rolls and supports can help improve posture and in turn, may help reduce or eliminate back pain symptoms that develop as a result of postural stress.
About the McKenzie Method®
Globally recognized as a leading treatment for back, neck and extremity disorders, the McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® (MDT) was developed in the 1950s by the late Robin McKenzie, a world-renowned expert physiotherapist. The McKenzie Method treatment principles promote the body’s potential to repair itself and do not involve the use of medication, heat, cold, ultrasound, needles or surgery. Instead, patients are empowered to be in control of their own symptom management, which may include the use of lumbar rolls, in addition to practicing exercises to help alleviate symptoms and improve health.