Category: Hernia Supports

Stateside Source for M-Brace Hernia Brief

M-Brace Hernia Brief #610   Posted by DME-DIRECT   Short Description M-Brace’s Hernia Brief #610 provides support for reducible inguinal hernias and bulges; Lower waistband for superior comfort.   The M-brace Hernia Brief #610 is an inguinal hernia support brief that exerts a compressive support action on the abdomen to contain reducible inguinal hernias.  Instead of pressing against the hernia, these… Read more →

M-Brace Hernia Brief (100% Cotton)

Hernia Brief (#610) $79.99 INDICATIONS Indicated for inguinal hernias (designed for the use of extra pads) and post-operative treatment. Indicated post-operatively to prevent the sagging of abdominal tissues Indicated as a support during sports and heavy work activities. Left and Right Pads Included 100% Cotton on the skin Washable Breathable Non-Allergenic Low cut model Available in the color light Grey… Read more →

100% Cotton Hernia Brief Support

Product Description These briefs exert a compressive and support action on the abdomen to avoid that the tissues may yield and/or sag and to contain reducible inguinal hernias. In order to obtain the best functional results, a wide range of models offering a wide, comfortable and extremely flexible compression surface has been developed. Instead of pressing against the hernia, these… Read more →

Excellent 100% Cotton Hernia Brief

M-BRACE HERNIA BRIEF | SKU: MB610 Images Compressive briefs made from 100% cotton that help to contain inguinal hernias. WHAT MAKES THIS PRODUCT SPECIAL? Made with 100% soft cotton for the perfect soft touch feel. Natural, hypo-allergenic and breathable materials. Neoprene free. Latex FREE. FEATURES & BENEFITS. These briefs provide powerful support for a better overall result. Elastic runs oblique to the… Read more →

Postpartum Postnatal Pregnancy Pelvis Correction Belt

UZZO Women and Maternity Postpartum Postnatal Pregnancy Pelvis Correction Belt Post Pregnancy Recovery Shrink Hip Reducer Belt Band Wrapper Weight Loss Pelvis Recovery Belly Abdomen Slimming Belt   Effectively tighten and flatten your postpartum belly and recovery your pelvis Size:M(95*16cm) L(105*16cm) Made from stretchable, breathable, and lightweight materials It can be stretched to fit the natural curves of your body… Read more →

Postpartum Corset Support

Wholesale – 50pc Postpartum Corset Support Recovery Belly/Waist Belt Shaper Pregnancy Maternity belt Sizes: L XL L 98CM XL 108CM Material: cotton and Spandex After giving birth, a women’s body is often left swollen, with a lot of added weight and water. This is because the body adds on weight during pregnancy so it can protect the baby from the… Read more →

Orione Hernia Brief

#515 Orione Hernia Brief – Open   Designed to assist with single or dual (bilateral) inguinal hernia. Orione Hernia Brief model #515 is predominantly cotton so particularly suitable for warmer climates and light. The airy elasticated fabric is designed to be worn all day and allows good freedom of movement. The model is open type. All Hernia briefs are supplied with two anatomically shaped… Read more →


    TRUFORM 490-4E Athletic Support is fabricated with a stretchy gray knitted elastic measuring 9″ deep all around. Flexible spiral boning in front and back, minimizes rolling and migration Detachable knitted gray fly pouch with leg straps – snap fastening   ___ Read more →

Soft Form Hernia Brief

F.L.A. Soft Form Hernia Brief Information Hernia pad pockets are sewn into the brief and eliminate the need to wear an undergarment and truss.   Flexible foam cushions provide gentle, focused compression Either pad can be removed to treat a single hernia Hook and loop straps easily adjust for a comfortable, customized fit without bulk or binding Low profile design… Read more →

Hernia Support and Preventative for Women (and Men)

Note from the Coach: Women are particularly vulnerable to all sorts of hernias due to pregnancy.  Contrary to common understanding women now sustain hernias at a rate that rivals male hernias.  Not only do pregnant women get inguinal hernias, but also femoral, umbilical, epigastric, and incisional hernias, as well as diastasis recti, a less serious condition. The real point here… Read more →