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Coretection Coreshorts Pro 3.0 £79.99
They are back! The original Coreshorts Pro have been taken back from Under Armour by the original manufacture Coretection - check out the videos below.
The Coretection Coreshorts Pro 3.0 support the pelvis, hip, and groin areas while providing functional motion control, widely used in sports such as football, American football, Ice hockey, GAA and many others.
They are Latex Free, Antibacterial, Antimicrobial and are made from a Quick Dry Wicking Material meaning they are comfortable to wear while playing sport or for daily wear.
Commonly used by people suffering from or wanting to prevent:
How do Coreshorts Pro 3.0 work?
Coretection Coreshorts Pro 3.0 Size Chart
This size chart is only a guide. If your height and weight combination falls into the gray area you may prefer the next size up.
There are 3 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Cathy from United States of AmericaOwner29 August 2019 10:21
Matt's healing process!
He's playing 2 sports - both travel football and travel hockey - keep us crazy busy.
BUT I wanted to let you know that Matt has "officially" declared that he is healed, and the Coreshorts really got him through this process, and I believe not only allowed him to play, but allowed the injury to heal while, continuing to play.
We can't thank-you enough for your support of his efforts.
Much thanks again, we will never forget how you supported our efforts.
Hope the product is continuing to be successful for you!
D. C. McKenzie MD, PhD from CanadaOwner29 August 2019 10:20
I have been quite impressed with the CORESHORTS. I have a degenerative left SI joint, so I did not expect miracles but the additional compression of these shorts has certainly provided me with much less pain for the same degree of activity or even permitted more activity for the same level of discomfort. I've used the CORESHORTS in the gym, cycling, long kayak workouts, XC skiing and even some walk/jog activity. I am anxious to try them golfing , which has traditionally been the most painful sport.
I have sent a couple of patients to SportMed with a prescription for CORESHORTS and certainly think that $110 is money well spent for the support and comfort that they provide.
Thanks again, I do appreciate your help.
D. C. McKenzie MD, PhD - Professor, Division of Sports Medicine, UBC
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The first seven pairs are true and attach to the costal cartilage and the sternum. Ribs 8, 9 and 10 are referred to as false ribs, and they attach to the costal cartilage of the sternum and the last 2 are floating ribs.
A flail chest is a life threatening condition and medical treatment must be sought immediately if damage to the rib cage is suspected. If fragments of bone are left floating around the chest cavity they could potentially damage the heart and lung tissue.
Flail chest is a common cause of death in the young and the old.
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