Pregnancy Back Brace
These pregnancy back braces were designed by medical professionals for women who want to stay active, comfortable, and supported during pregnancy. By relieving pregnancy-related pressure from the abdomen, hips, and lower back, this FDA-listed medical device reinforces the body’s core muscles.
Built for a discreet fit and made with breathable fabric, the pregnancy support band redistributes the weight of a growing baby, providing incredible relief and comfort during everyday activities. This pregnancy back brace is recommended for use from three to nine months during pregnancy.
Reduces pregnancy related discomfort
Supports core muscles during daily activities and exercise
Helps baby settle into optimal birth position
Note that sizes XS, S, XL are special order so please allow 2-3 extra days for delivery.
What is a Pregnancy Back Brace?
Sometimes referred to as a maternity belly band, pregnancy belt, or maternity support belt, the Motif Pregnancy Back Brace is a compression garment designed to provide belly support and relieve back pain. It is different from waistband extenders that help you prolong the amount of time you can wear your non-maternity pants and jeans.
Pregnancy Related Aches and Pains
During pregnancy, your body releases a hormone called relaxin that helps to loosen your ligaments and joints. The increase in relaxin makes it hard for the Sacroiliac SI joint to stabilize the pelvis. This can result in lower back, nerve, and pelvic girdle pain. By lifting and redistributing the weight of the baby, a pregnancy back brace has been shown to reduce these types of pain more effectively than other options. In addition to exercises, gentle massage, and stretching, maternity compression is a safe, all-natural way to relieve pain during pregnancy.
How to Put on a Pregnancy Back Brace
- Make sure the padding is on the inner side and tension straps are positioned in the back.
- Secure the velcro in front of the brace and position so that it cradles the abdomen, typically below the belly button.
- Choose your desired support, compression, and fit by simply adjusting the side tension straps.
- That’s it! You can wear the brace discreetly under or comfortably over your clothing.
If you feel pain in your stomach, excess pressure on your pelvic floor, or it’s restricting your breathing, the support brace is too tight. Gentle compression is the goal.