Sigvaris – Medical compression solution for you.
Jobst – Lower extremity compression garments | Knee high, thigh high and pantyhose | 8-15mmhg through 30-40mmhg.
Medi – Juxta Fit wraps upper and lower extremities | Circaid wraps upper and lower extremities | Custom flat knit garments | Lymphedema arm sleeves, gloves, and gauntlets | Orthopedic and orthotic supplies.
Juzo – Upper extremity garments | Lymphedema sleeves, gauntlets and gloves | Latex free garments
People wear compression hose/socks for comfort, to increase performance in athletics, and to help prevent or assist in serious medical conditions, and helps in recovery after surgical procedures.
Compression hose/socks can improve blood flow. They can lessen pain and swelling in your legs. They can also lower your chances of getting a kind of blood clot known as DVT, deep vein thrombosis, and other circulatory problems.
You and your doctor will need to decide which options will work best. They come in different sizes and strengths, so they need to be properly fitted to you by an experienced orthotic fitter.
Take our short self-assessment to determine if compression wear could benefit you.
Take Control of Your Leg Health Leg Health Self-Assessment:
- Have you noticed any changes to your legs?
- Do you sit or stand for prolonged periods of time?
- Are your ankles swollen in the evenings?
- Do you have a history of varicose veins or blood clots?
- Are you pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant?
- Does your job require you to travel frequently?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, talk to your doctor to see if graduated compression wear may be a good fit for you.