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I have a collection of braces from an elastic belt, a Back Align, to a $1400 medical brace, and wore a ladder brace for several years before a surgery.Nothing replaces having strong core muscles. The brace should be a last resort because it compensates for you using your muscles to hold your body in the correct position.Frequent breaks and walks while riding helps also.I definitely recommend doing some core strengthening exercises as well as stretching exercises.
Thatís a fact TWA, ones core(stomach/lower back) muscles are the foundation of ones bodyís power. However with severe back issues itís near impossible to preform the exercises needed to build strength in those parts of the human body. Therefore a vicious circle in progress is the result.
I'm an orthotist. That's a fine brace at a decent price. Basically, people like to be squeezed.
Thanks for all of the advice. Since I retired two years ago, Iíve been doing core exercises (sit ups, leg raises, etc) three or four times each week. On the last seven day motorcycle trip, though, I still had a lot of back pain. Iím thinking that this could be a posture issue, rather than a core-strength issue. Is that possible? I ordered the brace from Amazon. Weíll see whether it helps.
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