Athletic Girl RunningWomen love the look of large, buxom breasts. Being naturally well-endowed, however, does have its drawbacks, especially when it comes to exercise. Voluptuous breasts can cause back and shoulder pain, making even everyday tasks difficult. Many busty women can engage in physical activity with the help of sports bras, but they are still limited as to what kinds of exercises they can feasibly perform. Sometimes a woman’s breasts are so large that sports bras just don’t provide enough support. Breast reduction can do wonders for those with cumbersome breasts who wish to exercise comfortably to stay at the top of their game.

Why Female Athletes Are Choosing Breast Reduction

Athletes are always challenging themselves to push their bodies to the limit. In recent years, more female athletes have been undergoing breast reduction surgery to be able to become more efficient competitors, and it is working for them. After breast reduction, they can run faster and train harder, raising their potential to excel.

How Breast Reduction Can Help You Stay Fit

Breast Reduction Before and After PhotosYou don’t need to be a professional athlete to pay the debilitating price of having big breasts. Breast reduction surgery can help you reach your fitness goals by:

  • Improving your posture
  • Allowing you to walk or run for longer periods of time
  • Broadening the selection of workouts you are capable of
  • Giving you the confidence to exercise publicly

Are You a Candidate for Breast Reduction?

You may qualify for breast reduction if you have any of the following problems due to having sizable breasts:

  • Chronic back, neck, and shoulder pain
  • Difficulty performing certain exercises and daily tasks
  • Depressions in the shoulders caused by bra straps

 
If your breasts are preventing you from the fitness you desire, schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Robert Rey. To book your appointment today, please call (310) 205-3107, or fill out our online contact form at your convenience.

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