AliMed® carries a variety of compression socks and compression stockings to fill varying needs. Our compression socks range from light support, for reducing muscle fatigue and energizing legs, to medical grade support for improving leg health.
For patients who travel, long flights can increase the risk of pulmonary embolism. Recommend that your patients wear compression socks that have a non-constricting top when they fly. Compression socks help minimize the pooling of body fluids in the lower extremities.
The Right Amount of Compression:
Light Compression Socks and Stockings
: These lightweight, closed-toe compression socks and stockings have the look and feel of everyday socks. Many of these compression socks are made with moisture-wicking fibers that keep feet dry and comfortable, and not with natural rubber latex. Compression socks are used to stimulate blood flow and ease swelling and leg fatigue. Euros Rx Compression Socks
are two-way stretch knit so they are easy to put on. Core-Spun Compression Socks by Therafirm
are knee high and offer gradient compression, which is greatest at the ankle. TravelSox Compression Socks
have padded foot beds for extra comfort — perfect for patients on the go.
Mild-to-Moderate Compression Socks and Stockings:
This compression level is perfect for tired, achy legs with minor swelling at the ankles. Seamless Venosan Compression Socks
are perfect for dress shoes. Jobst Relief Compression Stockings
have reinforced heels and are available as either Knee-High or Thigh-High.
Medical-Grade Compression Stockings:
Help improve leg health in patients with venous insufficiency, varicose veins, post thrombotic syndrome, and more. Venosan Compression Stockings
have open toes for comfort and mobility of digits, and offer compression just below the knee or through the entire leg. HeelSafe DVT Compression Stockings
are perfect for patients with limited mobility and have an open heel to facilitate skin inspection. Jobst Relief Compression Stockings
offer Knee-High or Thigh-High at 30-40 mmHg compression.