Choosing the Right Hospital or Rehab Apparel


 

Patient Scrubs are ideal for rehab and hospital apparel

Patient Scrubs are ideal for rehab and hospital apparel

Your clothes matter when you’re in the hospital, undergoing medical treatments or going through rehabilitation.  I know what you’re thinking—clothing is the least of my worries right now. I used to think the same way. But, after going through a major illness with my husband and breast cancer myself, I now know that choosing the right clothes helps make your journey to wellness so much easier.

When it comes to hospital gowns, it’s usually one type fits all. You put them on with the opening in the front for most physical exams, and wear them with the opening in the back when you are in bed. Either way you wear them, these uncomfortable garments tangle around your body and leave you exposed. Check into Patient Scrubs® for a comfortable medical garment that keeps you covered while allowing access to your body for medical treatments. You’ll love wearing it.

When is the last time that someone asked you what size hospital gown you needed for a medical treatment?  Ummm, I don’t ever remember anyone asking me that question either. There’s a reason. Most hospital gowns are one size fits most, unless you are a child or extremely large.  This means that you’re usually holding the sides of the gown together because the ties won’t keep it on you.  Not so with Patient Scrubs.  Available in a variety of sizes, they are roomy enough to move around it without sliding down or falling off your shoulders.

If you’re looking for a medical clothing solution for you, a loved one or a friend, look no further than Patient Scrubs. These wash and wear garments go from the hospital bed to medical treatments to rehab and still hold up for errands.  When you’re facing cancer or major surgery, each day can bring a new issue to handle.  That’s why it’s nice to know that you can count on your clothes to go where you need to go while keeping you covered. 

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