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The Recovery Shirt

By July 28, 2022August 10th, 2022No Comments

Men get breast cancer and have mastectomies too.

Whether going home from the hospital with post-op drains, or having radiation and chemo treatment, our Male Breast Cancer Happens brothers should also be able to heal in comfort.

The Recovery Shirt By Healincomfort®

The Recovery Shirt, a patented design created by a 18-year breast cancer survivor, eases patient recovery from painful upper body surgeries. The shirt will prove helpful for your post op recovery, doctor visits, radiation, chemo, sleeping and day-wear.

Soft Moisture Managing Material

Your Recovery Shirt material was specially chosen to feel as soft as feathers against sensitive, healing skin. Its moisture absorbing material keeps you both dry and comfortable.

Velcro-like fasteners

Because movement after surgery may be limited, and maneuvering buttons can be a painful challenge, each post-op recovery shirt is fashioned with Velcro-like fasteners for ease of dressing.

4 Internal Drain Concealing Pockets
If you return home with drainage tubes post-surgery, how do you effectively and painlessly manage them? With this issue in mind, The Recovery Shirt is designed with four internal pouches, concealing drains and increasing mobility.

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The Recovery Shirt by healincomfort is an award winning and patented design created by a 18-year breast cancer survivor.  This innovative solution helps with patient’s recovery from painful upper body surgeries and treatments including mastectomy surgery, radiation treatment, chemo, and reconstruction. Designed to look like a workout shirt so the patient looks and feels like a person and not a science experiment.  This shirt supplies the missing piece in the recovery puzzle. A real story solving a real need. A gift that truly helps.
Now there’s a way to heal in comfort and dignity all for the same price as flowers.

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