Do you have pregnancy related pain and issues such as:
- Low back pain?
- Pelvic Joint Pain? Sacroiliac and Symphysis Pubis Joint Pain?
- Vulval Varicose Veins?
- Waddling and Pregnancy Pain during walking?
- Finding it difficult to get comfortable whilst sleeping?
SRC Pregnancy Shorts OTB provide stability to the muscles of the back and pelvis. They provide gentle support and compression to your back and pelvis. The targeted compression in the garment improves pelvic and core stability.
SRC Pregnancy Shorts OTB have been designed in consultation with obstetrician Dr. Grant Saffer. Specific support panels fit perfectly to you with gentle consistent medical grade compression. The garment offers superior support without any feeling of restriction.
The multiple layers of compression within the anatomical panels including the gusset panel have been shown to significantly help with the pressure associated with Vulval varicose veins.
The unique fabrics that SRC Compresion Garments have been made from are incredibly comfortable and fully breathable. All fabrics go through rigourous independent testing so that our customer is provided with the highest quality. Our anatomic panels deliver true cross compression as each layer is cut on a different plane.
Upper abdominal and back panel are super soft and stretchy, growing with your bump.
Many private health insurers in Australia will provide a rebate to customers who purchase an SRC product as they are considered a medical compression garment, designed to aid with the recovery and health of expectant and new mothers.
To claim your rebate simply print the rebate form (PDF) and take this to your health care provider such as your MD or GP or specialist, and ask them to fill in the details and sign. Once the form is completed, send the rebate letter and your invoice to your private health insurer.
Your product may be claimable under one of the following categories: Aids and Appliances, Orthoses, Splints, Medical compression garments.
Please note: not all private health insurers in Australia offer a rebate and we recommend talking to your health insurers to see if it applies to you.