SRC Recovery Shorts provide postpartum support and pain relief after a c-section or vaginal delivery so you can move more freely post-delivery. Pregnancy pushes your body nearly as much as extreme endurance sports. Speeding up recovery after delivery, the peak of this marathon event, is a crucial part in enjoying a healthier motherhood journey for you, your baby and your family.
SRC Recovery garments aid in the treatment of
- C-section wounds,
- Perineal trauma,
- Episiotomy wounds,
- Abdominal muscle separation (Diastasis Rectus Abdominus Muscle DRAM),
- Lower back pain.
Designed with anti-chafing fabric and in consultation with an obstetrician for the ultimate in comfort and functionality, SRC Recovery Shorts provide the support you need to heal and move more freely post-delivery.
What’s the difference between a postpartum belly band or belly wrap after pregnancy and the SRC Recovery Shorts?
Unlike postpartum belly bands, SRC Recovery Shorts can treat multiple conditions, are more comfortable to wear and are more likely to be worn for longer periods therefore increasing their effectiveness.
Muscle deactivation will occur if you pull the postpartum belly band too tight when putting it on. Postpartum belly bands should only be worn for short periods, 2-3 hours to prevent deactivation of your muscles.
How It Works
SRC Recovery garments provide you with increased stability and allow you to move more freely post-delivery, making lifting, feeding, bathing and caring for your baby much easier.
With no adjustable buttons, velcro or zips, the Recovery garments are like a second skin. There’s no need to constantly adjust while you’re wearing them. Recommended by health care professionals for improving mobility and pelvic muscle function postpartum, these garments have become a must-have inclusion in hospital bags of women the world over.
Patented Anatomical Support Panels (ASP) in the SRC Recovery garments deliver targeted compression, ideal for treating multiple conditions like c-section wounds, perineal trauma and episiotomy wounds, abdominal muscle separation and lower back pain.
They provide support to the pelvic area through gentle yet constant compression, activating muscles and encouraging core stability, reducing swelling and muscle fatigue.
The ASP deliver True Cross Compression (TCC) as each layer within the panel is cut on a different plane so that during activity no compression is lost at any time.
The Recovery garment’s flatlock seams increase comfort during exercise, prevent chafing and wound aggravation.