BeActive Back Pain Brace

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BeActive Back Pain Brace

If you’re one of the millions who suffer from back pain caused by sciatica, you need BeActive, the revolutionary new acupressure system that Instantly helps relieve the pain in your lower back, buttocks and legs. It’s so easy to use the BeActive Brace – just slide the brace up to below the knee on either leg, align the patented pad and tighten to apply firm pressure. It holds securely and comfortably at work or while you exercise, discreetly hidden under your clothing.

Immediate pain relief with BeActive.

Sciatic pain radiates from the lower back to your legs, but BeActive Brace provides relief immediately with trigger point acupressure below the knee. It’s right-away relief to help you live pain free and enjoy being active again.

Expensive pain relievers wear off, but BeActive is always there – applying targeted pressure to the specific pressure point that provides back pain relief. BeActive is adjustable to fit any leg, and so comfortable you can sleep in it – reducing both short term and chronic sciatic back pain so you can get a good night’s rest again.

Special TV offer.

Buy the patented BeActive Brace and get a 2nd BeActive Brace, just pay separate shipping and handling. 30-day satisfaction guaranteed on all BeActive Braces.

SPECIAL TV OFFER ONLY
$19.99 plus S&H

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3 thoughts on “BeActive Back Pain Brace

  1. I saw a back brace shown on TV but am wondering if it could help me or not. I do not need it most of the time but certain things I do (like shoveling snow) it feels as if my lower back is about to be ripped out. I might also add that I was not put together correctly in the Womb as she was in therapy from a Bad fire where she tried to go back in to the blazing house (in December in the early 40’s to save my brother and ran back out as a blazing torch. Well, anyway, I was conceived about a year later and both my mother and I needed some of the same things and I have very little cartilage in my back between the vertebrae. As an example in 2004, I was in the hospital for a spinal tap and after they tried three times I was taken down to X-Ray to be fluoroscoped in order to see where to place the needle. Even when mowing the lawn a sudden extremely sharp pain (it felt like I was being ripped in two) and the only relief I could find then was to lay down on a flat surface and after 5 – 10 minutes I was able to go back to work again. Do you have something that would help me?

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