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What are Compression Socks?

Compression socks are specialized snug-fitting and stretchy socks designed to squeeze the legs gently. The key intention is to improve blood circulation in the legs, reducing pain and swelling. Wearing compression socks and stockings is clinically proven to help conditions such as deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins, lymphedema, and other circulation problems.

Rehab Store carries an extensive range of compression socks and stockings of varied sizes, materials. and compression levels. With our products, you can get relief from fatigue, swelling, painful varicosity, and invigorate your legs. Consult your healthcare provider before purchasing a pair of compression socks and take advice regarding the correct size and level of compression that suits your medical condition. Place your order today!

When should you wear Compression Socks?

People with the following conditions may benefit from wearing compression socks and stockings:

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) 
  • Varicose veins 
  • Venous leg ulcers 
  • Spider veins 
  • Chronic venous insufficiency 
  • Post-thrombotic syndrome 
  • Lymphedema 
  • Genetic clotting disorders 
  • Orthostatic hypotension 
  • Plantar fasciitis

Apart from the above conditions following people can benefit from compression socks:

  • People whose job demands standing all through the day 
  • People who spend prolonged time on airplanes like air hostesses 
  • Athletes 
  • Pregnant women 
  • People recovered from surgery 
  • Bedbound people and those who have difficulty moving legs

Contraindications for Compression Stockings

If you have the following conditions, compression stockings may not be right for you:

  • Ischemia 
  • Peripheral neuropathy 
  • Peripheral artery disease 
  • Skin infection 
  • Allergies 
  • Cellulitis 
  • Congestive heart failure

Benefits of Compression Stockings:

  • Promotes blood circulation in the legs 
  • Supports veins 
  • Decreases pain and swelling 
  • Lessens the pain caused by varicose veins 
  • Helps prevent venous ulcers 
  • Improves lymphatic drainage 
  • Prevents the development of DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) in the legs

Types of Compression Stockings

Graduated Compression Stocking

Graduated compression stockings exert greater compression around the ankle and gradually decrease going up in the legs. They are designed to treat chronic venous disease and edema and are prescribed to ambulatory patients. They are manufactured with strict technical specifications to provide graduation of compression.

Anti-Embolism Stocking

Anti-embolism stockings also provide gradient compression, but they are designed for bedridden patients for improved circulation. They do not meet the medical and technical specifications to be used by ambulatory patients.

Nonmedical Support Hosiery

These stockings provide uniform compression and considerably less than the above two stockings, and they can be purchased over the counter without a prescription. They help relieve tired and achy legs and are ideal for those who stand for long hours.

Compression Stockings for Deep Vein Thrombosis

Deep vein thrombosis normally forms in the upper or lower legs, and one may experience pain, swelling, and discomfort. Compression stockings help ease these problems. These stockings provide compression to the legs that improve blood flow. They provide maximum pressure at the ankles, and the compression level gradually decreases farther up the leg, which forces blood upward. This therapeutic compression can ease swelling, blood pooling up, and discomfort. It also helps prevent lightheadedness when you stand up and makes it easier for you to move around.

Where to buy Compression Socks for Varicose Veins?

Rehab Store offers a huge collection of compression socks and stockings that are designed for effective compression therapy. These products are from top vendors like BSN Medical, Xpandasox  julius Zorn, and many more. Shop now and get huge discounts on each buy.


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