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mediusa

Circaid Juxtalite HD Lower Leg Compression Wrap

Starting at: $92.80
mediusa

Circaid Juxtalite Lower Leg Compression Wrap

Starting at: $80.00
mediusa

Circaid Juxtalite Ankle Foot Wrap

Starting at: $38.40
Cardinal Health

T.E.D. Knee Length Anti-Embolism Stockings for Acute Care

Starting at: $9.69
Carolon

Carolon Multi-Layer Stocking System

Starting at: $57.99
BSN medical

JOBST Anti-Em/GP Thigh High

Starting at: $18.19
BSN medical

JOBST Anti-Em/GP Knee High

Starting at: $10.99
Cardinal Health

T.E.D. Thigh High Anti-Embolism Stockings for Acute Care

Starting at: $16.49
Milliken Healthcare Products

CoFlex TLC 2 Layer Lite Compression Kit 4″

Starting at: $24.09
Milliken Healthcare Products

CoFlex TLC 2 Layer Standard Compression Kit 4″

Starting at: $21.59
3M+KCI

3M Coban 2 Layer Compression System

Starting at: $18.99
AMERX Health Care

EXTREMIT-EASE Garment Liner

Starting at: $20.09
Urgo Medical

UrgoK2 Dual Compression System

Starting at: $51.19
3M+KCI

3M Coban 2 Layer Lite Compression System

Starting at: $19.59
AMERX Health Care

EXTREMIT-EASE Compression Garment

Starting at: $125.09
BSN medical

JOBST Compri 2 Lite Compression

Starting at: $22.39

Lack of blood flow can lead to severe complications that may affect your health. And people dealing with poor circulation are advised to start with compression therapy to improve the blood flow in their lower legs. Fortunately, Medical Monks offer various compression therapy products – from compression liners to stockings.

Who Can Use Compression Therapy Products?

Compression wraps, garments, systems, and stockings are used on the lower legs, ankles, and feet. Poor circulation can easily affect one’s quality of life, so it’s best to wear compression stockings to prevent complications. Individuals who can use it are athletes, those who stand all day, pregnant women, those who have limited mobility in their legs, and individuals with diabetes, varicose veins, and embolism.

How Do They Work?

Compression therapy is a treatment that can ease the swelling on your feet and ankles, keep the legs from feeling tired and achy, and treat spider and varicose veins. The stockings provide pressure that helps blood vessels work efficiently. Therefore, assisting the arteries to relax and bringing oxygen-rich blood back to your heart.

Choosing the Right Compression Level

The compression level of the stockings you choose is essential. It will highly depend on the type of condition you have.

  • Low Compression: These offer less than 20 mmHg and can be bought over the counter.
  • Medium Compression: These provide a tightness between 20 and 30 mmHg and applicable for those with varicose veins.
  • Moderate to High Compression: These have 30 and 40 mmHg and are for severe pain and swelling.
  • Firm Compression: These give 40 and 50 mmHg tightness and are used by those with a history of blood clots.

Find the Best Compression Stockings

Searching for a compression stocking can be a challenge, but Medical Monks have a variety of compression therapy supplies that you can choose from. These are from brands you know and trust, such as Mediusa and Amerx Health Care.

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