the braceability hip and groin spica is great for hip flexor injuries while playing sports
sizing chart for groin brace and hip flexor support fits up to 52 inch hip circumference
the groin strain wrap can be worn on the right or left side
wear the groin strain wrap either over or under your clothes
soft straps conform to your body to allow for easy mobility
our one wrap can be worn for either hip or groin injuries
the non-slip material on the hip support wrap prevents sliding
lightweight and breathable hip support wraps keep you cool throughout activities
adjustable velcro hip strain wrap can be adjusted to any amount of compression
our pulled groin and hip arthritis wrap can be used for sports or old age
How to put on the hip and groin wrap instruction sheet
to apply for groin pain, follow our instruction sheet
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Hip Flexor Compression Spica & Groin Brace for Strains, Pulls and Tendonitis

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Why You Need This Hip Stabilizer & Groin Strain Wrap

Failure to invest in proper hip and groin support could further complicate a strain or pull, costing you weeks of recovery time. Fortunately, this brace provides therapeutic compression to protect your muscles from injury or reduce the risk of further damage if an injury has already occurred. If you’ve experienced irritating pain near your upper thigh or hip and are looking to get the best protection throughout everyday tasks, sports, or workouts, try out our hip and groin wrap.

This unique groin brace can provide relief and protection for a number of injuries to the hip or groin, including:

  • Pulled groin
  • Hamstring tears
  • Hip abductor injuries
  • Hip flexor strains
  • Hip tendonitis
  • Quadricep strains
  • Hip arthritis or osteoarthritis
  • Post-pregnancy pubic symphysis dysfunction
  • Sciatica nerve pain
  • Inguinal hernias
  • Hip bursitis
the braceability hip and groin spica is perfect for hip flexor injuries and hamstring strains 

How to Wrap a Groin Strain Injury

  1. Rotate affected leg outward with knee slightly bent.
  2. Raise your heel.
  3. Place contoured end of wrap at upper front of thigh.
  4. Wrap towards outside of leg.
  5. Overlap starting point and wrap around injured hip.
  6. Bring wrap across lower back and over healthy hip.
  7. Wrap diagonally around lower abdomen.
  8. Continue around thigh and attach.

How to Wrap Your Hip for Support

  1. Rotate affected leg inward with knee slightly bent.
  2. Raise your heel.
  3. Place contoured end of wrap below glute.
  4. Wrap towards groin.
  5. Overlap starting point.
  6. Bring wrap across lower abdomen and over hip.
  7. Wrap around lower back.
  8. Continue around thigh and attach.

Hamstring & Quad Wrap vs. Medical Tape & Bandage: 5 Reasons Why Our Wrap Wins

So which works better for your injured hamstring, quadricep, hip, or groin - this spica or a medical bandage with tape? Here are the six major perks of using our compression support wrap over ace bandage and tape:

our versatile design makes this hip and groin wrap perfect for sports


  1. Stays in Place

    Non-slip backing makes this stabilizer band perfect for athletes and active individuals, preventing bunching, rolling, and slipping while in motion. Similar to compression shorts, briefs, or underwear, it improves overall stability during movement in your daily activities, running, and other exercises, by increasing blood flow to the injured area and relieving pain to reduce your recovery time.

  2. Versatile Design

    The "one size fits most" design of this unisex pelvic support garment is perfect for both men and women and can be worn on the right or left leg, fitting hips up to 52” in circumference.

    Made of nylon and HyPUR-cel® material, the medical-grade fastener can be attached anywhere along the hip girdle for a completely customized fit, unlike a thigh sleeve. Compression therapy provided by the wrap soothes your sore muscles, while the brace provides reliable support.

  3. Breathable & Lightweight

    The hip protector is low-profile as well as lightweight. This means it can easily be worn under or over your clothing. The breathable nature of the hip and groin strap is definitely an advantage from a sports use standpoint, keeping you cool and dry throughout any activity.

  4. Accommodates Gel Pack for Heat or Ice Therapy

    Initial treatment of a pull or strain of the groin muscle typically involves following the steps of rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE) and taking pain medications. This groin and hip spica helps with the compression aspect of these steps. Plus, it can hold a cold and hot therapy gel pack over your sore hip and groin or a hernia for soothing, hands-free pain relief.

  5. Comfortable Alternative to Taping

    Wrapping your outer hip (abductor) or inner thigh (adductor) muscles with normal athletic tape often presents a challenge following a strain or pull. Medical or KT (kinesio) tape can be uncomfortable and must be rewrapped frequently due to moisture or loss of effectiveness as the tape stretches. Unlike like tape, this sports hernia truss is reusable, washable, comfortable, and easy to apply.

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    Abduction vs. Adduction: What’s the Difference?

    An abductor refers to any muscle that pulls a limb or other part of your body away from the center of your body. An adductor is a muscle that pulls a limb or other part of the body toward the midline of your body.

infographic showing the difference between hip abduction vs adduction

Frequently Asked Questions About This Compression Thigh Support for a Sports Hernia

  • What conditions / injuries does this compression wrap treat? Promotes injury recovery from a strained groin, quadricep pull, torn upper thigh muscle, hip arthritis, tendonitis, or bursitis, inguinal hernia, sciatic nerve and SI joint back pain, hip flexor strains or tears, post-pregnancy symphysis dysfunction, and after hip surgery.
  • Who can wear it? The one size fits most design allows anyone from teens to plus size adults to wear this groin and hip support.
  • How do I know what size to get? Use a soft / flexible tape measure to find the circumference around your hips in inches. This hip and groin brace is “one size fits most”, fitting hip circumferences up to 52".
  • How do I put it on? Watch the video above for detailed application instructions for both hip flexor injuries and groin strains.
  • Can it be worn on both legs?Yes, this versatile belt can be worn by a man or woman on either the right or left leg.
  • Can I wear this brace over my pants? Yes, it can be worn under or over your pants as needed.
  • What are the dimensions of this sports hernia support device? 5.5” tall and 79” long.
  • What material is this hip stabilizer made of? Fastener-compatible nylon, non-slip acrylic / polyurethane hex, and HyPUR-cel®, a breathable neoprene alternative made of microcellular polyurethane flexible foam. All components are latex free.
  • When should I wear this athletic hip wrap? This lightweight hip joint support brace can be comfortably worn all day while sitting, standing, and during physical activity. We always recommend consulting with a medical professional for specific usage instructions.
  • Washing Instructions: Hand wash in warm water with mild detergent. Allow wrap to air dry completely before reapplying. Do not use high temperatures to wash or dry.
  • Other features:
    • Works for either hip
    • Lightweight and low-profile so it easily fits beneath clothes
    • Highly affordable price
    • Natural remedy for hip and groin pain
  • Color: Black

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Patrick R.
United States United States

Hip brace

Great! I’ve had a complete detached tendon in my hip all summer and this brace has helped me endure the pain. Wish I have gotten it sooner.

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Craig P.
United States United States


I had a groin pull that wouldn't heal. This is due to my active lifestyle of playing Pickleball every day. Your brace combines ease of use, excellent support and flexibility of movement. I use it all day long. It's comfortable and I don't notice it most of the time

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Scott D.
United States United States

Flexor Compression Spica & Groin Brace for Strains, Pulls and Tendonitis

I’ve tried a couple other products and found this to be the best fitting a d supportive. However, because of the length, it is hard to keep it continuously adjusted over time used. While snug at first, while walking playing golf, rotating, twisting, the brace requires adjusting. Taking off your outside clothing is sensitive to both my, and others, sensibilities.

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Joleen W.
United States United States

Perfect for bruised groin!

Perfect. Worked as expected.

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United States United States

Helped me run a half-marathon

1 month before a half Ironman I pulled my hip flexor. I pretty much stopped running except for a few short test runs, trying to let it heal. Unfortunately, I could still feel that strain after each test run. I got this brace, hoping it would help me get though the half-marathon part of the triathlon. I am happy to report that I made it to mile 11 without any major impact or pain. At m11 I started getting stabbing pain in the flexor area again and had to just run through the pain to finish. Of course I can’t say what would have happened without the brace but the support and pressure felt really good during the run. It also helped reduce the pain post-race. I am very glad I bought the brace.

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