Compression & Socks
Our compression wear combines function, fashion and comfort for preventative and therapeutic support.Shop Now
What is compression?
Designed to apply pressure to the legs, ankle and feet, compression socks, stockings, hosiery, leggings and leg or arm sleeves are garments that help improve blood circulation to help prevent issues such as swelling, fatigue, varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and more.
Wearing compression stockings may be beneficial for travelers or those who are unable to move around for extended periods of time, for pregnant women during and after pregnancy, and for someone who is recovering from surgery.Shop Compression
Great for everyday comfort and support and safe for people with diabetes.
Ideal for everyday wear, during and after pregnancy and when traveling.
Designed for use with moderate symptoms, following surgery and vein procedures.
Extra firm compression
Recommended for use with advanced symptoms, typically by physician referral.
Compression Socks & Stockings
Intended for post-surgical patients with limited mobility to help prevent blood clots (Deep Vein Thrombosis - DVT)
Includes items that have a more specific or different purpose than typical compression stockings.
These are your classic basics. Think core elements in any good compression wardrobe.
Fashion meets function. Include socks (heavier weight), opaque textures, and sheer patterns.
Recommended to help relieve symptoms of venous disorders.
Fashionable hosiery that offers medical support without looking like a medical garment.
Sport and athleisure.
Therapeutic comfort socks
Designed for those living with diabetes, edema, neuropathy, circulation issues or other foot health concerns.
- Made with moisture wicking, antibacterial, nano bamboo charcoal fibers
- Seamless designs help relieve pressure
- Extra-large sizes for enlarged feet
“Just what the doctor ordered. I need to have socks on most of the day, due to disability, and have my AFO on my foot in shoes. These socks keep my feet dry and cool all day, even in shoes.”
— Sandor Over-the-calf Diabetic Sock
“These socks are so comfortable, it is almost unbelievable. They were great for the Spring, Summer, and Fall. It is now time to order the over-the-calf for Winter.”— Bettie No-Show Diabetic Socks
How to put on and take off compression
Don’t get frustrated, putting on compression socks can seem difficult. They are snug, they are supposed to be – that is what makes them medically useful. Following our recommended process below will help make putting on compression a quick and easy part of your daily routine.
1.Put your hand in the stocking and grab the heel between your thumb and fingers as if you are making a sock puppet.
2.While holding the heel, turn the product inside out, which brings the heel to the forefront
3.Step into the foot and place the heel of the stocking just short of the heel.
4.Gently unfold the garment leaving a small, single-layer band across the foot.
5.Put your finger into the fold and pop it over the heel.
6.Smooth out all wrinkles and place the top band two finger-widths from the right-angle bend of your knee. Don’t pull it too far.
Pregnancy & Maternity
Pregnancy is a very special time for you. It changes your body to support the growth of your baby, but also puts pressure on your legs. Therefore, it is important to have the correct support for your legs to keep them fit and healthy during those nine months. This can be achieved through the help of medical compression.
At Work & At Home
Whether your profession requires you to sit or stand all day, your legs deserve special attention. Compression wear is an excellent way of supporting your legs while working, as well as helping improve overall quality of everyday life.
When you travel long distances in a sitting position, you are at risk for leg complications. Wearing compression socks or stockings can help prevent these problems and will can help increase your comfort along the way.