Comfortable Upper Back Brace for Clavicle Support, Adjustable Back Straightener, Providing Pain Relief for Neck, Back & Shoulders, under or over clothes

Specifications for this item:

Brand: NuTuff

Ean: 0760655886625

Material: Nylon

UNSPSC code: 50500000

UPC: 760655886625

NuTuff Posture Corrector carries the Amazon’s Choice badge for a very good reason! It’s super comfortable, adjustable and has extra long straps, that should suit most body types.


If the steps we supply to fit your NuTuff Posture Corrector are not clear to you, we will happily send you a video that will give you further instructions. Just reach out to us via our email.


We recommend the use of the NuTuff Posture Corrector to assist in the following ways:


The NuTuff Posture Corrector is great for use by the whole family. Our brace is comfortable and adjustable, and can be worn under loose clothing. With kids spending more time than usual on their devices right now, it’s a great idea for them to wear it while sitting at their desk or on the couch to prevent slouching.


  1. INJURY AND MUSCLE GUARDING – After an injury, nearby muscles tend to go into spasm as a way of protecting the vulnerable area. While muscle spasms can limit your movements and cause pain, they also help keep your injured part stable, as well as protected from further injury risk. The problem is, muscles that stay in spasm tend to weaken over time. The resulting imbalance between muscles that guard an injury and those still working normally may lead to aberrations in body posture.
  2. MUSCLE TENSION AND WEAKNESS – Similar to when you’re injured, when the body has areas that are extra weak and/or strong, most likely, it will not be held upright against gravity in the most effective manner. This condition generally leads to poor posture and pain. Excessive muscle strength and weakness may be brought about by a number of things, including the way you work out and the way you perform your routine tasks and chores.
  3. DAILY HABITS CAN LEAD TO BAD POSTURE – Your body will likely abandon good posture and alignment in order to find ways to accommodate muscle spasm, weakness, tension and/or imbalance between muscle groups. This is because, in these cases, the body is forced to use alternate, but less efficient, patterns of muscle contraction and stretch. Called compensation, the body can still achieve its movement aim, but with comprised alignment.
  4. USE OF TECHNOLOGY – Your use of technology, whether you sit at a computer all day, use a tablet or cell phone or you work with several devices at once, can quickly take your body out of alignment. If you text incessantly, you may develop text neck, which is a condition in which your neck is held in too much flexion, or forward bending, for too long. This may lead to pain.
  5. MENTAL ATTITUDE AND STRESS – Do you stress easily or have stressful relationships or work? If so, watch your posture! Stress may lead to a decrease in full breathing as well as overly-contracted muscles, which in turn may compensate your ideal body posture.

Get The Posture Corrector to help You realigning your body now!

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