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Almost 50% of pregnant women experience pelvic pain and / or low back pain during pregnancy. A pelvic band can provide relief from such complaints. Tissue connections in the body change under the influence of pregnancy hormones and the load is increased by the increasing weight of the unborn child. Many complaints can be resolved by wearing a pelvic band.

Pelvic belt, pelvic brace or pelvic girdle very suitable for pelvic instability

Below is a selection of pelvic bands and pelvic braces. ProBrace has contact with various suppliers at home and abroad. Our pelvic belts are selected with the utmost care. Need advice? Feel free to contact a ProBrace specialist .

Buy pelvic band / pelvic brace? Online choice of pelvic belts!



GO Medical GO Medical Maternity Band

GO Medical Maternity Band

This cummerbund is used to support the belly during pregnancy. The band is available in one size and made of highly elastic and breathable material. One size fits all!


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Thuasne Ortel P Pelvic Belt

Ortel P Pelvic Belt

The Thuasne Ortel P pelvic girdle is made of comfortable elastic fabric with extra reinforcements. The extra tension strap provides even more support when you need it. The circular pressure provides relief from pelvic pain complaints.


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Thuasne LombaMum Lumbar Support

LombaMum Lumbar Support

The solution for back and pelvic pain during pregnancy! The 2 different belts for abdominal support at the bottom make it possible to wear the belt from the beginning to the end of the pregnancy.

€92,99 €79,95

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Bauerfeind SacroLoc Lower Back Brace

SacroLoc Lower Back Brace

Due to the optimal support and stability of this back brace, the Bauerfeind SacroLoc is seen as the brace for back hernias, SI problems and for supporting the pelvic girdle.

€202,95 €158,95

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What is pelvic pain and pelvic instability?

In order to give good advice, it is important to first know the differences between the different pain complaints. There are actually three terms that are used (often interchangeably) for these complaints: pelvic pain, pelvic instability and symphysiolysis.
  • Symphysiolysis. Literally this means dissolving (lysis) of the symphysis (connection) between the two pubic bones. Fortunately, these connections do not dissolve in real life, but they do become more flexible and elastic. The term symphysiolysis is actually only used for an extremely loose connection between the two pubic bones, but this is very rare.
  • Pelvic instability. Pelvic instability can occur both during and after pregnancy. During pregnancy, tendons and connective tissue structures become more elastic. This is a natural response of the body to the pregnancy to ensure there is enough room for the child to pass during delivery. But after delivery, these can also be stretched. Both pubic bones can therefore move more with respect to each other. This can cause pelvic pain complaints and a disability.
  • Pelvic pain. Is the most commonly used term for pain around the pelvis and the SI joint. The pain complaints usually occur mid front (on and around the pubic bone) or around the coccyx. The pain can also radiate across the buttock, groin, on the back of the thigh. But can increase with fatigue or with specific movements such as turning or bending over.

How can pelvic pain complaints be remedied?

If you get a complaint about these complaints during pregnancy, it is important to discuss this with your midwife, doctor and / or physiotherapist. They can best advise you on the measures to reduce your complaints. There is no single way to get rid of your symptoms at once. A physiotherapist can give muscle strengthening exercises and can give posture and movement advice. In addition, a good supporting pelvic girdle or pelvic strap can be worn.

What does a pelvic band do?

Different types of pelvic bands and pelvic braces are available. Some only support the pelvis, others also the back. Depending on the nature and location of your complaints, you can opt for only a pelvic support band. Or a larger variant that can be used as a back strap in addition to the pelvis to support the back. Regardless of the size of the pelvic band, the operation for the pelvis is the same. By applying circular pressure to the pelvis, the muscles, tendons and bands around the SI joint are relieved. This will reduce the pain stimuli and you will experience fewer pain complaints.

Doesn't a pelvic band make the muscles weak?

There are two very clear opinions on this with, in some cases, quite strong supporters and opponents. As is so often the case with these kinds of issues, there is something to be said for both opinions. Our opinion is that wearing a good pelvic band in combination with guidance from a physiotherapist (and exercises) is the best treatment method. Wearing a pelvic band at times when a lot of standing has to be done reduces the pain complaints. The physiotherapist's guidance and exercises ensure that the muscles do not weaken.

A pelvic band is a good tool for learning to deal with the pain

Unfortunately, there are few exercises during pregnancy that can solve the pain complaints. Muscle-strengthening exercises can possibly in combination with a pelvic band ensure that the symptoms do not worsen or at least worsen. It is important to find a good balance between rest and activity. When the pain is really severe, taking a side position with a thick pillow between the legs is often best.

Advice when selecting a pelvic band

A well-fitting pelvic band is important to provide sufficient support. It should not be too narrow to prevent it from 'cutting', but also not so wide that it folds. At ProBrace, we have selected our range for products that we trust and have successfully applied in practice. If you would like to order another type of pelvic belt that is not on our site, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Due to the different medical disciplines and perspectives of our employees, we can always provide you with the right advice. Even if this means that it is better not to buy a product from us. You can contact our helpdesk in several ways:

If you prefer to fit or feel a product, you are always welcome in our showroom. Because we use multiple warehouses, it is possible that a product is not available in our showroom. To avoid disappointments, we recommend that you contact us in advance.

Found the right pelvic band? Place an order quickly online!

You can easily order your new pelvic band at If necessary, you can select the size on the right side of the product page. By clicking the 'Add to cart' button you place the pelvic band in your digital shopping cart. After this you can choose to continue shopping or to pay for your digital shopping cart.

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Then you can enter your name, address and place of residence, you can also choose a different invoice and delivery address. ProBrace offers you various payment options , so you can choose the payment method that you are most familiar with:

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After you have paid, you will receive a confirmation of your order by email with the invoice for your personal or business administration in the attachment.

If you are not completely satisfied with the pelvic belt you have purchased, you can return it to us. There are a number of conditions attached to this. You can find these conditions and any other answers to questions about shipping and / or returning your ordered pelvic belt here .