7 Secrets for Comfortable Bra Shopping for Women with Arthritis (2023)

Are you looking for a bra that comes doctor recommended for women with arthritis? Consider a snap front bra. These handy little numbers have hidden snaps down the center of the bra, allowing you to easily fasten and unfasten the bra with just one hand. No more struggling with tiny hooks and eyes, or bending your body in awkward positions just to put on a bra!

But the benefits of a snap front bra don't stop there...

Here are seven secrets for comfortable bra shopping when you have arthritis:

  1. Keep an eye out for soft, stretchy materials. A bra with a little give will be much easier on your joints than a stiff, unforgiving one. Look for bras made of materials like spandex or lycra, which will stretch and move with your body. Our bras are made with the softest materials and are extra delicate on the skin.
  2. Avoid underwire if possible. Underwire can be uncomfortable for anyone, but it can be especially painful for those with arthritis. Opt for a wire-free bra or one with a flexible wire instead.
  3. Look for adjustable straps. Being able to adjust the straps on your bra can help you find the perfect fit, which is especially important if you have swelling or tenderness in your joints.
  4. Consider a front-closure bra. In addition to snap front bras, there are also front-closure bras that fasten with hooks and eyes. These can be a great option for those with dexterity issues, as the closure is located at the front of the bra rather than the back.
  5. Look out for grip loops, these dont come on your standard bras but they should. With grip loops alongside the snaps at the front you can easily glide the two together.
  6. Pay attention to the band. The band of your bra should be snug but not too tight. If it's too loose, it won't provide enough support, but if it's too tight, it can be uncomfortable.
  7. Consider a bra with extra support. If you have larger breasts, you may want to look for a bra with extra support, such as a full-coverage bra or one with a wide band. This will help distribute the weight of your breasts more evenly and reduce strain on your joints.

Don't forget to keep these secrets in mind! And if you have a friend with arthritis, be sure to recommend snap front bras to them. These handy little numbers are not only comfortable and easy to put on, but they're also doctor recommended for those with joint pain and inflammation.