THE ONLY COMPRESSION TECHNOLOGY IN THE WORLD THAT CAN ASSIST WITH RECOVERY FROM OSTEITIS PUBIS, HAMSTRING, GROIN, HIP, AND PELVIC INSTABILITY.
Approved and endorsed by the Australian Chiropractors Association.
Registered as a medical device to conform with health, safety and environmental protection standards in Europe (CE marking) and Australia (TGA).
Supacore’s CORETECH® range uses patented body mapping engineering to copy the body’s core stability system and provide targeted compression throughout the pelvis and core.
If an injury to this area is sustained, the core support provided by CORETECH® can help to stabilise the pelvis and allow the healing process to take place. The pelvic compression provided by CORETECH® aims to stabilise the pelvis by mimicking the stabilising action of the deep core muscles.
Used by elite athletes in the English Premier League, Scottish Premier League, AFL, A-league, NRL, Bundesliga, Scottish Premiership, Currie cup and marathon runners around the globe.
WHY CHOOSE CORETECH SHORTS?
If you have osteitis pubis, groin, hip or hamstring injury, or a related condition caused by pelvic instability you will benefit from these Coretech shorts. Supacore has been registered and listed as a medical device in the European Union and with the Therapeutic Goods Administration Australia. Coretech leggings have been approved and are endorsed by the Australian Chiropractors Association.
WHY ARE CORETECH SHORTS DIFFERENT TO OTHER COMPRESSION SHORTS?
- Patented waistband technology built in (knitted) sacroiliac joint belt to provide compression to the pelvis and core.
- Medical grade compression level ensuring improved blood flow to the muscles.
- Seamless knitting technology for comfort, longevity and less waste during the production process.
- Ribtech body-mapped ribbing over glutes, hamstring, hip, tensor fasciae latae and quadriceps providing micro massaging ( mimicking kinesiology).
LEVEL OF COMPRESSION
- High level of compression
- HIGH/FIRM MEDICAL GRADE COMPRESSION 25 MMHG
WHEN SHOULD YOU WEAR THEM FOR BEST BENEFIT?
You should wear Supacore Coretech shorts during training and competition, and post-training for anywhere between 2 - 24 hours.
WHO USES CORETECH?
In our experience athletes who play sports which involve twisting, turning, kicking, and a sudden change of pace seem to be the majority of users. Particularly: Football (all codes), hockey, gymnastics, ballet, skiing, snowboarding.
You may be eligible for a Private Health Fund Rebate. Please check your fund for eligibility.
The Supacore Coretech range is listed by Therapeutic Good Administration. Many private health insurers in Australia will provide a rebate to customers as the technology is considered to be a compression medical device which is designed to aid with the recovery and health of injured athletes.
Check if your Health fund provides rebates for Medical compression garments. Your claim may be acceptable as an aid and appliance , Orthoses , splints and or medical compression device.
To ensure the longevity of the product please follow the care instruction and handle with care.
- Cold gentle machine wash inside out with like colours
- Do not bleach
- Do not tumble dry
- Do not iron
- Do not dry clean
- Do not use fabric softeners
WEARING YOUR SUPACORE GARMENTS
Please take extra care when wearing football boots or track shoes with studs. Remove shoes before taking off or putting on your Supacore compression garments.
Due to the high level of compression when putting on your Supacore garments, we recommend gathering the leg before placing the foot through, pulling the garment up the leg section by section to avoid placing unnecessary strain on the in leg seams by pulling from the waist.
Be mindful when wearing jewellery or watches that may snag or pull the fabric.
CHLORINE AND SALT WATER RECOVERY SESSIONS
We do not recommend that you wear your Supacore garments for recovery in chlorine pools as the chemicals will corrode the fabric and impact on the longevity of the product. Rinse immediately in clean water after use if your Supacore garments have been exposed to salt or chlorinated water.