Rib Belt / Lower Back Support[br>[br>The part I like best about this rib belt is that while my ribs haven't been injured in several years, I've been able to put the rib belt on backwards to achieve relief of my lower back (lumbar sacral area). Essentially, it doubles as a back brace once you're done using it to heal your ribs.[br>[br>This particular rib belt, which is made by FLA Orthopedics (a highly reputable manufacturer of soft orthopedic braces & supports), has a style for both men and women and is sized universally so as to fit virtually anyone who tries one on, fitting wastes as small as 24" and as large as 48".[br>
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Mini Cradle: Top-Quality Maternity Belt Costs a Fraction of the Price of Inferior Products IMO, this is the best deal out there on maternity belly bands. This particular back & belly support band for pregnant women is the most comfortable of three different brands I tried --- all in the same style (a simple band wrapped around the lower back and abdomen). In addition to being the most comfortable, it also did a better job of actually providing firm yet gentle support, helping relieve pain in the process.
What I like best about this maternity belt (known as a "Mini Cradle"), which is made by the same company that makes the Prenatal Cradle supports, is that it's less than $20 (if you look around for the best price). I saw similar products priced near $50, and even saw this same exact item listed for sale for $34 in some stores.
I got mine from Egan because their prices are literally half what Wal-Mart and Target charge for these same maternity products.
The Mini Cradle maternity support belt is comfortable, effective, durable and surprisingly affordable.View Thread