Anna Scammel is a Masters-trained Women's Health & Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist who helps optimise your physical health during pregnancy and recovery. See (90 seconds) why she favours SRC Pregnancy Leggings and Shorts over Maternity Belts and Belly Bands.
"Belts can dig into women whereas the [SRC] shorts are giving you support in all different positions which I really love" -Anna Scammel.
Pregnancy support belts and belly bands may assist with:
Pregnancy support belts:
A pregnancy support belt / belly band during pregnancy may:
Physical therapists and their pregnant clients have fallen in love with the revolutionary SRC Pregnancy leggings and shorts.
Our studies show ~82% of women who wore SRC Pregnancy Shorts or Leggings experienced  a reduction in their discomfort.
The SRC pregnancy leggings and shorts address the majority of the most common pregnancy conditions through the use of their patented Anatomical Support Panels without any of the drawbacks of belly bands / pregnancy support belts.
Just some of the 5-star reviews:
“…felt near instant relief from SIJ Pain and aching lower back”
“…definitely helps with back strain and the pain from symphysis pubis”
“…been amazing, no backache despite my big bump and small body frame, no pelvic discomfort and a great feeling of support all around my mid-section. I really feel it when I have to be without them to be washed.”
“As someone with pregnancy related varicosities from pelvis down to feet, it has been difficult to find a product which targets both areas at once. Really happy with these pants for everyday wear. I didn't buy them for this but I've happily found out they also really help with my pelvic pain!"
“I am on my feet for work all day and cannot believe the difference these leggings made! No pain! No swelling! I should have purchased them earlier in my pregnancy and not tried to mess around with pregnancy support belts that didn’t really do anything”
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Many private health insurers in will provide a rebate as garments are considered a medical compression garment, designed to aid the health of expectant mothers.