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AliMed carries a wide range of Compression Socks and Stockings to fill varying patient needs, ranging from light support for preventative measures or mild venous issues to medical-grade compression for more serious venous disorders or increased endurance for active or athletic patients.
Available in open or closed toe styles and in a range colors, lengths, sizes, and fabrics—including soft, skin-friendly options with moisture-wicking properties to keep feet dry and comfortable—AliMed has a stocking for any need.
THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF COMPRESSION
Light Compression: ideal for stimulating blood flow, increasing circulation, and easing swelling and leg fatigue for patients with mild venous issues. Knee-high Core-Spun Compression Socks by Therafirm offer gradient compression, which is greatest at the ankle, and TravelSox Compression Socks have padded foot beds for extra comfort — perfect for patients on the go.
Mild-to-Moderate Compression: perfect for tired, achy legs with minor swelling at the ankles. Seamless Venosan Class I Compression Socks are great for dress shoes and feature a non-restrictive top band while Jobst Relief Class I Compression Stockings have reinforced heels with roomy toe allowance and a soft knit structure.
Medical-Grade Compression: helps manage more serious venous disorders for improved overall leg health or for the sports-minded patient to relieve stress, counter premature muscle fatigue, and increase endurance. Bauerfeind’s Knee-High, Thigh-High, and Waist-High VenoTrain® micro Compression Stockings with closed or open toe styles combine therapeutic effectiveness and optimal wearing comfort with modern styling for greater patient compliance. For active or athletic patients, Bauerfeind’s Sports Compression Socks have a generous toe box and reinforced sole to reduce pressure and friction when running or walking. are perfect for patients with limited mobility and have an open heel to facilitate skin inspection. Venosan and Jobst Relief Class II Compression Stockings help combat a range of issues from mild edema to DVT to post thrombotic syndrome.
For patients who travel, long flights can increase the risk of pulmonary embolisms. Compression socks can help minimize the pooling of body fluids in the lower extremities to reduce the risk of blood clots or other issues for safer airplane travel.
Learn more about the benefits of compression in our blog.