VitalWear partners with XBACK Bracing Services to deliver innovative products

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VitalWear, Inc. (, a leader in thermal compression medical devices announced that they have formed a partnership with XBACK Bracing Services ( revolutionizing the bracing and thermal therapy markets. (

“In listening to our customer’s needs, we believe the combined therapies provided through the XBACK SOLUTION and VITALWEAR SYSTEM will quickly extend our leadership in home health for treating back pain and associated indications,” said Howard Edelman, VitalWear’s President and CEO. Both companies have worked closely with medical professionals to create patent-pending designs that are easier to wear, simple to fit and more cost effective than anything in the market today.

XBACK’s bracing products include a patented dynamic force technology to keep the brace in constant contact with the patient’s body. All materials were thoughtfully designed to be ergonomic, lightweight and moisture-wicking. The elegance in this product is integrating the two systems through a custom designed VitalPad that simply adheres to The Solution’s LSO brace system. When connected to the VitalWear System, the user can easily and safely control the temperature of the VitalPad. “Technologically, this is the most advanced system in the market,” says Steve Lusky, President of XBACK.

By creating products especially tailored to the growing markets in pain management, orthopedic therapy, sports medicine and rehabilitation, the technology enables both professionals and their patients to self-administer highly effective treatment, making VitalWear Systems and XBACK Bracing Services the new standard of care for chronic pain, injury or post-operative recovery.


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