The Adjustable Groin/Piriformis Helix compression wrap is ideal for both injury management and injury/re-injury prevention, providing support and warmth for the muscles and tendons of the groin, hip flexors, and buttocks.
Groin strain is a common injury in both explosive and endurance sports. The Adjustable Groin/Piriformis Helix is ideal for management of injuries to your groin (gracilis, pectineus, adductors longus and brevis) enabling you to play through minor strains of the muscles and tendons. It can be comfortably placed high in your groin without being a distraction, freeing you to focus on your sport. The adjustable strap ensures the perfect fit.
Because of its unique design, this Helix also provides warmth and support to injured muscles and tendons of your buttocks (the gluteus maximus and the external rotators of the hip including the piriformis), portions of your hip flexors (rectus femoris, sartorius, iliopsoas), and your tensor fasciae latae (TFL). It can be adjusted to sit higher or lower on your hips, ensuring coverage over the area that is injured. The adjustable strap ensures the perfect fit.
The Adjustable Groin/Piriformis Helix is an excellent choice for prevention of injuries and re-injuries, warming your muscles and tendons to increase blood flow and limiting muscle oscillation to delay the onset of muscle fatigue, ensuring you can play at your best and leave it all out there.
The Adjustable Groin Helix specifically supports the groin muscles, the tendons of the hip flexors, the external rotators of the hips, and the gluteus maximus.
The Adjustable Groin Helix is 51.5 inches long and is “one size fits most (but not all)”. The benefits of the compression are lost if you stretch the material past its optimal elasticity.
Very helpful for hip slap tear and hi hamstring injury. I wear one on each leg..keeps me playing tennis
I can't say enough about the Body Helix brand. Each product I've tried is a miracle. Relief from pain and swelling and the support provided aside, I'm finding that after a week or two of use the support is no longer needed
All our compression products have two options available: Max Compression and Ultra Light. What’s the difference?