The Hug + Hammock that Healing Bodies Crave
Why We Love It
The ultimate in core + pelvic floor support during pregnancy and postpartum.
Pregnancy can be painful. Postpartum Recovery can be humbling and complex. Our Support Bloomers provide the therapeutic difference.
Meet the Physio-designed Support Bloomers built to take the pressure & strain off of your body. They offer unique core + pelvic floor support to alleviate prenatal & postpartum discomfort and support your recovery.
How It Works
Our Core + Pelvic Floor SUPPORT BLOOMERS offer a truly unique support system that minimizes stress & strain horizontally over the abdomen. This support is key to reducing abdominal separation/ab splitting. Additionally, these bloomers offer pelvic floor support with a hammock made from our custom proprietary fabric. This "bottoms up" approach begins with a supporting 'lift' to the pelvic floor.
Tight corsets and binders are ineffective and can actually create pressure on your pelvic floor. Our improved and healthy approach uses flexible compression and research based physiology to support your body.
Wide enough to wear a pad, these bloomers are the ideal undergarment for your fourth trimester. There are no seams to aggravate c-section incisions and the fabric has the perfect touch of softness. Our bloomers are a must-have in your hospital bag.
Offers the perfect Healing Hug + Hammock. Designed by a Women's Health PT.
92% Nylon 8% Spandex 100% California made cotton for a breathable gusset.
Support Level (Max/Med/Light)
Pregnancy and Postpartum
Light Exercise, Babywearing, Breastfeeding, Bed Rest, Fourth Trimester, Hospital Bag
Diastasis Recti (splitting of the abdominals), Postpartum discomfort, Round Ligament Discomfort, Swelling, Vulvar Varicosities, Low Back and Pelvic Pain, Pelvic Pressure, Prolapse, SPD, C-section Discomfort
Medical Warning: If you have any medical condition that makes you question the safety of wearing our/any compression garment please always consult your healthcare practitioner before wearing the garment. Consult with your health care practitioner when wearing our/any compression garment after surgery/c-section. Always make sure you are getting good incisional healing before adding our compression. Discontinue wear if you experience any discomfort.