The Donjoy Saunders Sully Hip S'port provides compression and an adjustable strap design that restricts painful movements for effective healing. Unlike a traditional pair of compression shorts, the Sully Hip S'port brace comes with a pair of adjustable, elastic straps and a pressure pad which can be placed right over the exact location for added protection. The Hip Stabilizer / Sully Hip S'port features plush neoprene material with velcro compatible outer covering and a nylon inside liner for enhanced comfort against your skin. The straps can be placed in any location on the shorts to restrict specific directions of movement or as a way of holding the pad in place over the hip. Athletes and medical professions appreciate the product's effective design for enhancing hip stability and mobility after a hip injury. The product is ideally suited for treating hip pointers, groin strains, and thigh bruises.
Donjoy Saunders Sully Hip S'port Features:
- Plush neoprene material on outside allows for easy hook attachment of elastic straps in almost any position.
- Stabilizes your hip joint and assists or restricts movement with the use of the straps.
- Includes two 5" x 44" straps, one closed-cell foam pad for use with hip pointers or thigh bruises.
- Gives painful hip conditions more stability and mobility.
- Ideally suited for hip injuries suffered playing football.
- Available in six sizes - See sizing chart tab above for important measurement guidelines.
- Product is Black
The Sully Hip S'port can be used to provide hip support for:
- Hip flexor, hamstring pulls.
- Hip adductor strains (groin pulls).
- Hip pointers.
- Thigh bruises, soft tissue support & quad pulls.
- Hip abduction assist, flexion or extension assist.
- Sizing chart
- Sully Hip S'port brace features standard neoprene material with a hook and loop compatible outer covering and a nylon liner inside for comfort against your skin.
- Two 5" x 44" straps.
- Weight: 12ozs.
- Good basic function
- Great Hip Support
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