PELV-ICE is improving the way you heal from pelvic soft tissue trauma by supporting the body's natural healing processes & using multi-directional compression & therapeutic ice/heat where you need it.
Company Overview

About PELV-ICEâ„¢
PELV-ICEâ„¢ is a breakthrough medical device company that brings the standard of care for acute pelvic soft tissue trauma into the 21st century. With a portfolio of products that cater to a range of injuries and discomfort from childbirth, surgeries, urological issues, hip replacements, and acute and chronic pelvic conditions, PELV-ICE revolutionizes the recovery process safely, comfortably, and naturally for women and men of all ages.

Mama Strutâ„¢
PELV-ICE’S debut product, the Mama Strutâ„¢, is an adjustable soft brace that incorporates theraputic heat/ice and is uniquely designed to get new moms back on their feet after childbirth.
Having a baby can be one of the most physically trying times for women. And finally, there is a natural, convenient and safe way for new moms to improve their quality of life on the road to recovery: The Mama Strut.
Engineered to deliver postpartum comfort and mobility while supporting the body’s healing process, the Mama Strut employs the scientifically researched and approved methods of compression and ice/heat therapy in the form of a discreet and easily wearable soft brace device.
The Mama Strut’s exclusive shorts and abdominal/lower back support includes removable crotch pouches that attach to the inside with velcro for ice/heat application. The removable pouches are designed to reduce pain, swelling and cramping from vaginal deliveries, c-sections and vaginal prolapse. The quick-drying bamboo, nylon and spandex fabric eliminates any moisture, bacteria and odors from perspiration, and also lays flat and discreet beneath clothing.
Created by a mom for moms, the Mama Strut has been tested by postpartum women and is endorsed by both the maternity and medical communities. It is patent pending and was classified as a Class 1 medical device by the FDA in 2013.