Miracle Back Review: Does This Support Belt Work?

Miracle Back Review: Does This Support Belt Work?
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Miracle Back is a support belt that relieves back pain using compression and acupressure. Does it work as advertised? Here is our Miracle Back review.

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About Miracle Back

Miracle Back is a copper infused lumbar support belt that features adjustable compression and acupressure technology. The official website is buymiracleback.com, with a registration date of June 2017. The screen capture below was taken of the product website in July 2017.

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Claims & Features

  • Lumbar support belt that is lightweight and comfortable
  • Made with fibers infused with copper
  • Supports lumbar and eases pressure
  • Adjustable compression approves spinal alignment and decreases back pain
  • Wards off back fatigue
  • Slender and discreet (wear under clothing)
  • One size fits all


Miracle Back costs $19.99 + $1 web servicing fee for a total of $20.99. There is an optional double offer that costs $19.99 + $9.99 for double offer + $1 web servicing fee for a total of $30.98. Shipping is free on all orders. At the time of this writing, Miracle Back is not available in stores.

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Miracle Back Review

There has been a steady stream of back-related products in the As Seen on TV genre in recent years, and Miracle Back is the latest to offer relief to those suffering from sciatica and other ailments. To use Miracle Back, you simply strap it around your waist and lower back. It works by means of compression and “acupoint technology” which uses acupressure to target pressure points.

Fortunately for most consumers, Miracle Back sports a relatively proven and popular design, at least regarding the wrap and compression components. Thus, most users will find a familiar and effective wrap that provides some relief for back pain. I think the acupressure points will probably be hit and miss because benefits from pressure point technology usually relies on precise and constant placement in just the right spot.

Many back support wraps like this tend to be bulky, but Miracle Back is on the thinner side, meaning it can be worn more discreetly. The addition of copper seems to be thrown in there to jump on the As Seen on TV copper bandwagon. You’ll notice that the only claim on the website regarding copper is that it reduces odors, which itself is a debatable claim.

If you have back pain and have tried wraps like this with some success, Miracle Back will probably offer you about the same amount of relief, and perhaps slightly more if the pressure points end up in the right spot.

I’m not a fan of the As Seen on TV “double offer” in which you get a second unit for additional non-refundable fee. In this case, the fee is about $10, and you can’t opt out of it. While $30 for two braces might be a good deal, you probably don’t need two of them. Should you decide to return them, you are still out $10.


There are seemingly endless choices when you search for back support products online. This $24 brace, for example, has an impressive 4.4 star rating among over 1,500 consumers. It may pay to shop around.

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