Compression garments are pieces of clothing, such as socks, pantyhose, sleeves, etc., that provide support that is especially useful for people who have to stand for long periods, or people with poor circulation. The garments can come in varying degrees of compression. The higher degrees require a doctor's prescription. Compression garments worn on the legs can help prevent deep vein thrombosis and reduce swelling, especially while traveling.
Compression sportswear is also worn by some athletes during exercise to prevent chafing and rashes, and post-exercise to ease muscle stiffness and quicken recovery time.
Ready-to-Wear Armsleeve and Gauntlet – worn together or separately – effectively control moderate to severe lymphedema and edema. Patients are more likely to be compliant when they feel comfortable wearing a compression garment. Strong two-waystretch armsleeve has been developed to make compression therapy more comfortable without Compromising medical efficacy.
Lymphedema signs and symptoms, which occur in your affected arm or leg, include: Swelling of part or all of your arm or leg, including fingers or toes. A feeling of heaviness or tightness. Restricted range of motion. Aching or discomfort.
Problems with the veins of the leg occur in both men and women of all ages but certain factors increase the risk of venous problems. Health conditions, lifestyle habits, heredity, injury, surgery, age, and pregnancy all play a role. While you are unable to control heredity, age, surgery and changes during pregnancy, you can improve lifestyle factors through exercise, good posture, avoiding inactivity, choosing good fitting clothing and footwear, and wearing gradient compression hosiery that is right for you
Facioplasty Support provides effective pressure and support following facial surgery / lifts and aids in controlling edema. Holds dressings or moist compresses in place without tape, Adjustable Velcro® brand enclosures, Easy for patient to put on without assistance, Made with beige tricot fabric, Chin Strap, Face Mask, Head Band
Toe cap reliably prevents odour and colonisation of bacteria. Unique top and bottom principle. Seams moved to the upper and lower surfaces of the toes in the direction of lymphatic drainage. Lateral seams give each toe stability for an effective action. Each single toe is made-to-measure anatomically for an optimum fit
Compression, through the use of wrapping with bandages around the chest, is NOT PRACTICAL because the patient must be able to breathe properly. Therefore specialized alternative methods, such as the Compressure Comfort Bra, as shown here, was designed to meet these compression needs. The wide straps, flexibility of fitting, and unique under arm design provide comfort and compression.