1. Find a Comfortable Seat

Sit down comfortably on a chair, the floor, or a bed. If you’re using a chair, place both feet flat on the floor.

2. Position the Back Pad

Place the PosturePal’s back pad over the back of your hips while remaining seated.

3. Loosen the Straps

Unbuckle and extend the straps to their full length.

4. Secure the Buckles

Position the straps over your legs and fasten the buckles.

5. Position the Knee Pads

Place the knee pads over your knees or shins, whichever feels more comfortable for you.

6. Adjust the Straps for Optimal Support

Lean your chest forward and grab the adjustable leg straps. Then sit up straight as you pull on the straps to tighten and vertically straighten your spine into perfect posture.

7. Tuck In The Excess Straps

Clip any extra strap length that hangs into the excess strap holder bracket, keeping them neat and out of the way.

The next time when you use it, you can just slip the knee pads in and fasten the straps to a perfect posture.

You might feel intimidated the first time you try to wear it. There can be a slight learning curve to it, but once you get used to it, you won’t want to be without it.

Remember, wearing your PosturePal back brace regularly can help improve your posture and reduce discomfort. If you have any questions or need assistance with the fitting, don’t hesitate to reach out to our customer support team.

Tips & Tricks

  • There’s no “right” or “wrong” way to wear your PosturePal. It’s all about finding the perfect fit for you! Don’t be afraid to play around and find what fits best for your ergonomics.
  • Try wearing the back pad higher or lower on your back until you find your perfect spot.
  • You may need to literally sit on the edge of your seat to place both feet flat on the floor.
  • You can wear your PosturePal cross-legged too!
  • Recommended use: 15 minutes per day.
  • Warning: It is not safe to wear the PosturePal Back Brace while driving. If you experience pain, use under the care of a health care professional.