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Member Review Roll Call: Serola Sacroiliac Belt (for back pain)

post #1 of 67
Thread Starter 

Looking for 10 members to review Serola Sacroiliac Belt. As the title of the thread says, the belt is designed to help with lower back pain.

 

Here are the guidelines 

 Member Review Guidelines  

I'll highlight this part

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Member Guidelines

Failure of a member to write an authentic, thorough, and unbiased review will result in their temporary or permanent removal from the MR program. To remain in good standing in the MR program, all qualifying members must:

  • Write thorough review(s) that details, explains, and qualifies all opinions, positive or negative.
  • Complete review(s) within a timely manner.
  • Write free of reasonable bias.
  • Represent themselves accurately in the selection process so that appropriate members can be chosen.

 

If you're interested please post in this thread, U.S. residents only, thx

 

  

 

From the company:
For 24 years, physical therapists, sports-medicine trainers and chiropractors have been using the Serola Sacroiliac Belt in their treatments, but 2014 marks the first time Serola Biomechanics is making a concerted effort to reach golfers directly. The Serola Sacroiliac Belt is designed to help alleviate back pain and increase golf performance by providing relief to the Sacroiliac joints (SI joints), located in the lower back below the hip bones but above where the legs start. A common cause for those with lower-back pain is the SI joints. The Serola Sacroiliac Belt helps stabilize those joints and the muscles surrounding them, allowing better circulation and normal functionality of the muscles – providing greater power and reduced pain during the golf swing. 

“In our research we’ve found that one of the most common causes of golfers quitting the game is back pain,” said Dr. Rick Serola – President/Founder. “In fact nearly 40% of golfers are affected by back pain. That said, we believe we can do a tremendous amount of good for the game, by increasing enjoyment through reduced pain, which should result in aiding the golf industry in retaining more players.

For more information on all of Serola Biomechanics’ innovative products, which are proudly made in the U.S.A, visit www.serola.net

 

 

post #2 of 67

I know a few of you have mentioned back issues. Take a serious look at this if your back aches now and then, please.

 

Thank you.

post #3 of 67
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

I know a few of you have mentioned back issues. Take a serious look at this if your back aches now and then, please.

 

Thank you.

I am one of those.  I'll try it.  I fear that it's targeting an area (pelvic bone, it looks like) that differs from where my issues originate (lumbar spine) ... but maybe it's going to indirectly help anyway.

 

Certainly can't hurt!

post #4 of 67

I'm in. This should the test to end all test's with my back..lol

post #5 of 67
Interesting. I don't really have back pain though. I'm probably not a good candidate to review this.
post #6 of 67
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Originally Posted by 14ledo81 View Post

Interesting. I don't really have back pain though. I'm probably not a good candidate to review this.
Same, here. I haven't had any back pain since I got rid of that S spine.
post #7 of 67

As someone who suffers from back pain on a weekly basis (from spending too much time in the car driving around each week), I would be interested.

 

http://thesandtrap.com/t/57694/member-review-roll-call/18#post_709474

post #8 of 67

This wouldn't do anything for the problems I have with my back. Totally wrong area.

post #9 of 67
Thread Starter 

Review now open to all members

post #10 of 67
Thread Starter 

No one has back pain? :-) 

 

Come one guys, free stuff!

post #11 of 67
I'm interested as I've suffered from lower back pain for years! Although I'm based in the UK. Does that disqualify me?

Regards

Mailman
post #12 of 67
My pain is due to nerve issues, but is directly in this area. I would be interested in trying this product.
post #13 of 67

I have been having back pain specifically in that area.  I would be willing to participate.

post #14 of 67
I would review it, if you need more people. I guess I am in that camp.
post #15 of 67
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by mailman View Post

Although I'm based in the UK. Does that disqualify me?

Regards

Mailman

 

Unfortunately yes

post #16 of 67

Oddly, my back hasn't been hurting since I've changed my posture. My right hip is still out making one leg longer than the other, but I'm not experiencing pain.

post #17 of 67
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Originally Posted by CarlSpackler View Post
 

Oddly, my back hasn't been hurting since I've changed my posture. My right hip is still out making one leg longer than the other, but I'm not experiencing pain.

 

I've also been changing my posture, by doing a couple exercises my PT prescribed, and also by always supporting my back while sitting. I can already see that my lower spine curve is going away, unfortunately, the pain still exists,especially after hitting balls...:-(    

post #18 of 67
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