Compression Grade Guide

8-15 mmHg Mild Compression Grade


Mild compression support great for daily use to energizing your legs. The lightest grade of compression support to provide relief from tired and achy legs. Helps with minor swelling as it promotes circulations throughout the leg.

 

15-20 mmHg Moderate Compression Grade


Moderate compression grade help prevent and relief minor to moderate varicose veins and spider veins. Helps with leg fatigue, foot and ankle swelling support. Helps with leg circulations throughout the leg and ankles for better blood flow. Perfect for pregnancy use with leg swelling. Great for long distance travels.

 

20-30 mmHg Firm Compression Grade


The most commonly use compression grade support, perfect for leg swelling, edema, spider veins, varicose veins and after certain surgeries. The firm compression provides support for your legs without being too tight. Helps increase circulation from ankle to leg with better movement and reducing fatigue.

 

30-40 mmHg X-Firm Compression Grade 


Offers extra firm compression grade in use of more severe condition of leg swelling, varicose veins and deep vein thrombosis. Best use in treatment of severe edema and lymphedema. Great for post-surgical use in help prevent the reappearance of varicose and spider veins. Recommend using under medical supervision. 

 

40-50 mmHg Medical Compression Grade (RX)


Provides a very strong compression support in use to treat chronic venous insufficiency and post-thrombotic syndrome. The highest level of compression grade we offer and should only be worn if prescribed by a doctor.
 

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*This compression grade guide is use for reference only. 
To determine the best course of treatment, talk to your doctor 
or health care provider in regards to your condition and medical needs.

 

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