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Compression Stocking

Compression therapy is the application of external pressure to the limp to reduce venous pressure within the limb.

This means wearing stocking that is specially designed to support your veins and increase circulation. To be most effective, the stockings should be put on at the start of your day and removed before you go to bed.


Remember that the heart attempts to pump blood against gravity up the veins of the legs. As a person walks, the regular contraction and relaxation of the calf muscles around the veins are necessary to help move blood towards the heart.


Some people have an inherited weakness of the vein walls or valves which creates additional challenges to venous circulation.


Wearing compression socks or stockings is vital for the prevention and treatment of varicose veins and other circulatory problems, especially for individuals who are at risk*."

* As of SIGVARIS and life for legs publication.

Name SKU Thumbnail Image Description  
ARE YOU AT RISK? 23 Wearing graduated compression socks and stockings improve venous circulation to prevent and treat venous problems. Product Details
JOBST ULTRASHEER 27 Encourages compliance, with its beautiful sheerness and four styles and seven colours to choose from. Product Details
SENSIFOOT DIABETIC SOCK 26 >NON IRRITATING, SMOOTH TOE SEAM: flat,Soft,Low -profile toe seam reduces pressure and irritation on toe. Product Details
SIGVARES OPEN TOE 24 SIGVARES open toe,Calf or Thigh with Grip top Product Details
SIGVARIS CUSHIONED COTTON 25 Casual and Comfortable Leg Therapy Product Details

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