T.E.D Regular Length Anti-Embolism Stockings for continuing care designed for the recuperating patient.
T.E.D. Long Length compression stockings designed to reduce thromboembolic disease.
Celeste Stein compression socks 8â€“15 mmHg light compression regular socks help boost circulation and reduce fatigue, swelling, and discomfort.
BSN Jobst Large Calf Compression Stocking Donner and Application Aid Device, Up to 18" Calf Circumference, Lightweight.
Celeste Stein compression socks 8â€“15 mmHg light compression queen socks help boost circulation and reduce fatigue, swelling, and discomfort. Queen fits up to 20" circumference.
5 pack set for regular size 8-15mmHg compression socks.
Celeste Stein 8â€“15 mmHg queen size socks for users who have swelling and discomfort. These compression socks do the job.
Celeste Stein compression socks 15â€“20 mmHg moderate compression queen socks help boost circulation and help with swelling for improved comfort throughout the day. Going up to 20" circumference.
Celeste Stein compression socks 15â€“20 mmHg moderate compression regular socks help boost circulation and help with swelling for improved comfort throughout the day
Queen size compression socks 5 pack set
Celeste Stein compression socks with mild compression for boost circulation and reduce fatigue, swelling, and discomfort.
The Sigvaris M1 40 to 50 mmHg is designed to ensure correct fit and accurate compression, resulting in optimum therapeutic benefits.
Sigvaris Natural Rubber Knee High Stockings are the most premium compression garments made
Sigvaris Midtown Microfiber Men's Calf-High Compression Stockings Large Long, 20 to 30 mmHg Compression
Sigvaris Cotton Comfort Women's Thigh High Compression Stockings with Grip-top Large Long, 20 to 30mm Hg Compression
EverSheer is the only sheer Compression Stocking available with double-covered lay-in yarns
Sigvaris Natural Rubber Thigh High Stockings with Grip-top S4, 40 to 50mm Hg Compression
Sigvaris Cotton Comfort Men's Knee High Compression Stockings Medium Long, 20 to 30mm Hg Compression,
Leg discomfort can affect anyone at virtually any time and for any number of reasons—from a job that has you standing or sitting for long periods and leading to achy, tired legs, to health conditions impacting your circulation, like swelling or varicose veins. Factors as varied as lifestyle habits and your family history can influence leg health. Wearing gradient compression socks, compression stockings or other types of support hosiery can help.
The concept behind compression socks and stockings is to promote circulation,
reduce swelling and improve leg health, relieving that tired aching feeling. Support socks and other hosiery offer different levels of compression, measured in mmHg. Your leg problem will determine the best mmHg pressure for you.
8-15 mmHg gradient compression stockings offer a gentle squeeze at the ankles and up the legs to get blood flowing back toward the heart. This should be enough compression to help relieve that achy feeling.
15-20 mmHg compression stockings and socks help with mild swelling—a build-up of fluid in the body's tissues, often in the lower leg and ankle. Note that moderate and severe swelling usually needs higher compression, but you need a physician’s specific advice; don’t try a higher compression product on your own.
An important note about using compression socks and other hosiery: Prolonged swelling should not be ignored, as it may be a sign of serious disease or chronic vein insufficiency. These and any other serious symptoms need to be evaluated by your physician. Always talk with your health care provider before wearing any type of products with a compression 20 mmHg and greater.