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The Casual Microfiber Recovery Top BY Healing Threads

The Casual Microfiber Recovery Top

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    A more stylish, comfortable and practical alternative to wearing a hospital gown, the relaxed fit Casual top allows you to dress and prepare for treatments in the comfort of your own home and then onto your medical appointments or treatments without having to change.

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    • Perfect during post-surgical recovery at home
    • For any type of upper body rehabilitation or procedure
    • For upper body physical therapy sessions
    • For outpatient medical appointments, treatments, and exams
    • For outpatient radiation, chemotherapy or dialysis sessions
    • Two side pockets accessible from the exterior provide places to put tissues, worry beads, etc
    • Large Interior Pockets provide a discrete place for drainage bags, monitors, pumps, etc
    • The length falls below the hip so the Casual can be worn as a mid-length top or bed jacket
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  • Product IDiva:   HTH-CMT
  • Delivery:  

    We currently offer standard shipping which takes approximately 7-9 business days. If you require urgent expedited delivery, please email us at or give us a call on 1 855 345-2873

  • Return Policy :  

    If you decide to return or exchange the product you purchased, the first thing you will need to do is inform us by
    email:, or call us Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm EST at: 1-855-345-2873.

    We accept returns within 60 days of purchase. A full refund (less a small handling fee) will be returned only If the garment is in its original condition and has not been worn. Customer is responsible for all the shipping costs. The refund will be given once the garment has been received and deemed acceptable to re-sell.


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