Serola Sacroiliac Belt Offers Relief to Golfers with Back Pain

Loves Park, IL— In a recent survey, 4 out of 5 golfers admitted to their game being negatively impacted by back pain. More specifically, lower back pain accounted for more than one-third of all golfers’ back-related maladies. During the golf swing, the rotation of a golfer’s hips and weight transference can cause back injuries to even the most fit athletes. Golfers deal with the pain in a variety of ways: pain relievers, constant stretching and regular trips to the chiropractor. Instead of mere coping mechanisms, however, Dr. Rick Serola is offering golfers a life-long solution, the Serola Sacroiliac Belt.

The Serola Sacroiliac Belt utilizes a patented design to improve back strength, enhance performance and provide pain relief to golfers who suffer from back pain. By stabilizing the sacroiliac joint — located in the pelvic area, below the hip bones, above where the upper leg creases — the Serola Sacroiliac Belt alleviates back pain stemming from the tremendous tension and torqueing the golf swing places on the human body when loading and unloading the hips. The result is greater power on the course and reduced pain during and after the round.

Unlike a lumbar belt, the Serola Sacroiliac Belt is designed to be worn on the lower back around the hips. It can be worn when golfing, working routinely or during any part of the day or night to support the SI joint, relax muscles and promote strength and healing. Thanks to its proprietary performance fabric, the Serola belt allows for stabilization with enough flexibility in the joint that there is no risk of atrophy; in fact, the belt actually works to repair damage to the musculoskeletal system over time.

The Serola Sacroiliac Belt is available in sizes S-XL as well as custom sizes. The Serola Belt retails for $38.00 and is available for purchase now at

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