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What is Hip Support Brace?

A Hip Support Brace is a specialized brace that maintains a healthy distance between the hips and knees and restricts excessive hip motion. Hip Stabilizers are frequently used to stabilize the damaged joint following hip surgery or dislocation. Adults and children are also given hip abduction orthoses to treat hip dysplasia.
Orthopedic Hip Brace provides stability and support to your injured hip and prevent further injury with our hip supports. These are available in different sizes, are inexpensive and top quality. The briefs and sweat pants from Posey have high impact-absorbing viscoelastic pad that protects hip bones against injury. They are ideal for patients at risk for falling and those at risk for a hip fracture. The abduction system and pillows from Rolyan facilitate positioning and immobilization. Also available neoprene shorts for children.
The goal of a hip brace is to stabilize your hip and pelvic area after trauma. It can also:

  • Balance your walk
  • Limit range of motion
  • Act as a shock absorber
  • Align your hip, pelvis and knee
  • Redistribute pressure on your hip and pelvis

When should a Hip Stabilizer be worn?

Hip braces can keep your hip and pelvic area stable while conditions heal, including:

  • Hip dislocation
  • Hip arthroplasty
  • Hip dysplasia-anterior or posterior
  • Hip arthritis
  • Hip pain management
  • Hip immobilization
  • Hip surgery-pre-operative or post-operative
  • Inoperable hip abnormalities

What is Hip Replacement Surgery?

One of the most frequently performed surgeries worldwide is hip replacement. One of the main causes of choosing to have a hip replacement is arthritis. An artificial joint consisting of metal and plastic is implanted in place of the original joint. Hip replacement is the last resort and is only done in severe cases. Rehabilitation is one of the most important tasks to complete after surgery.

What precautions to be taken after a Hip Replacement Surgery?

There are a number of precautions one must take after the surgery. They are:

  • Avoid climbing stairs
  • A straight posture should be observed while sitting
  • Reclining chairs and cushions should be avoided
  • An elevated toilet seat must be used
  • Keep the room clutter free to avoid tripping on something

How to wear the Hip Abduction Brace?

  • A hip abduction orthosis should never be worn on exposed skin. Wear something snug underneath it at all times.
  • Sitting upright while wearing the hip dysplasia brace will be difficult as the brace is meant to prevent excessive movement. Sitting in a recliner or pillows for back support may be helpful. 
  • It will be difficult to stand up if you sit on something that is too close to the ground.

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Where to buy Hip Braces for Arthritis?

Rehab Store offers a variety of hip abduction braces from well-known manufacturers like Ossur/Royce Medical, Otto Bock, DJO, etc., to help keep the hip secure during the recovery process. Buy now!

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