Last Friday we moved from Lexington, Kentucky to San Antonio, Texas so you can imagine how I am behind on comments and blogging related things. It was quite a trek with two kids and three cats in tow but we made it safe and sound.
The unfortunate part is now we live amongst tons of boxes and items waiting to find their permanent home in the house. I can not stand the disorganization or clutter but that's part of moving.
With all of the boxes everywhere my husband has had his fill of moving boxes and furniture around. Thankfully we received Dr. Kay's Back Brace with Removable Lumbar Pad at the perfect time!
This back brace kept him from straining his back any further while carrying totes up to the attic. Everything felt tight and taut just like it should with the given support he needed to get the job done.
The dual elastic Velcro straps kept anything from bunching in the wrong places and was so light weight he barely noticed it besides the obvious tightness around his back. His only complaint was “Don't where it after eating. It hurts your stomach”.
The makers of Dr. Kay's Back Brace with Removable Lumbar Pad say:
The Dr. Kay's Lower Back Brace gives overuse injuries, sprains and muscle spasms a chance to heal while you go about your daily activities. The double layer construction contains multiple support features, such as flexible steel spine supports, to help maintain posture and take the strain off of muscles and ligaments.
When you need extra, focused compression in the lumbar area, simply attach this comfy, cushioned pad with the Velcro strip.
Adjustable to your shape and compression needs, this quality brace combines exceptional support with superior comfort. Your back will thank you!
I highly recommend wearing a back brace like Dr. Kay's Back Brace with Removabel Lumbar Pad when moving heavy items even if your not currently injured. It will help prevent any straining on your back that is likely to happen. A great buy for people soon to be moving themselves!
I don’t envy your task of unpacking, and I’ll probably be going through it again as well in a year or so. When I moved last time, I numbered the boxes in the order I would need to unpack them so it all feel into a high, medium, and low priority category.
Numbering the boxes is a good idea! I’ll need to remember that. My husband is already planning the next move in 6-18 months 🙁