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Compression Socks

Compression Socks

The main purpose of compression socks and stockings is to provide gentle pressure to your ankles and legs. The stockings should provide graduated compression to promote blood flow up from your legs to your heart. A secondary purpose of compression socks is to help alleviate pain and swelling in the ankles and legs.

Benefits of Compression Socks

The main reason doctors prescribe compression socks is to boost leg circulation, support veins, reduce leg swelling, help prevent blood from pooling in your legs, help prevent venous ulcers, help prevent deep vein thrombosis, help reverse venous hypertension, and help lessen the pain of varicose veins. Compression socks work by helping blood flow to the heart, help to prevent blood from refluxing downward to the foot, and to help reduce the diameter of major veins by increasing the velocity of blood flow.

There are three main categories of compression socks or stockings including graduated compression stockings, anti-embolism stocks and non medical hosiery. Three popular brands of compressions socks are Sigvaris, Jobst, Airway Surgical, and Venosan. If your doctor have prescribed compression stockings you should monitor your legs daily.

Men's and Women's Circulation Socks

Compression socks are intended to ease the symptoms of lymphedema, edoema, and DVT. Poor circulation and leg fatigue are also commonly treated with compression stockings.

If you wear compression socks regularly, it could lead to improving blood flow. As a result, the rate at which your core temperature drops accelerates. Your extremities, such as your feet, hands, and ears, are where you lose the most heat.

Compression Levels

Millimeters of mercury (mmHg) is a unit of measurement for pressure or compression. The pressure on compression socks is listed as a range because they provide graduated compression. The amount of pressure at the foot is higher in the range, while the amount at the top of the sock is lower.

  • 8-10 mmHg
  • 15-20 mmHg
  • 20-30 mmHg
  • 25-35 mmHg for diabetics
  • 30-40 mmHg
  • 40-50 mmHg

 

IMAK

IMAK Compression Arthritis Socks

$36.49 $33.90

IMAK Arthritis Socks IMAK Arthritis Socks help to relieve aches, pains, and stiffness associated with arthritis of the feet. The unique design provides mild compression for warmth and helps increase circulation to promote healing. Use while walking or...

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Tynor

Tynor Anklet Comfeel

$24.95 $19.90

Tynor Anklet Comfeel  Anklet Comfeel is a next generation product, to provide mild compression, warmth and support to the ankle joint. It is used to allay pain and inflammation, generally associated with old age, arthritis or injury. Woven...

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Airway Surgical

Airway Surgical OTC Angora Socks

$48.98 $39.95

Airway Surgical OTC Angora Socks The OTC 79600 angora socks allow the feet to breath, they absorb moisture, and they maintain steady temperature at the skin surface for all-day wearing comfort. Angora wool is the lightest of all natural fibers - the...

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BIOS Medical

Bios Medical Bios Living Compression Pump

$359.90 $199.95

Bios Living Compression Pump for Legs The BIOS Living Compression Pump is a breakthrough medical device that has been clinically proven to increase circulation, prevent blood clots, and treat many other medical conditions. This pump is...

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Tynor

Tynor Anklet Binder

$25.85 $19.90

Tynor Ankle Compression Sleeve Ankle Binder is an effective device to support, compress and partially immobilize the ankle following injury or sprain to control pain, oedema or inflammation. Composed of two components, compression sleeve and...

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Dr. Segal's

Dr. Segal's Diabetic Socks

$20.00 $13.95

Dr. Segal's Diabetic Socks  By delivering warmth without constriction, diabetic socks help to increase blood flow. It's critical not to constrict the blood vessels in the feet since diabetes produces impaired circulation. Diabetic Socks...

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