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Compression Socks

Do you have foot pain?

Wearing compression socks increases blood flow, which helps to improve your performance and decrease the rate of fatigue of your muscles. It also aids in a faster recovery so that you will be ready for your next workout. 

 

If you have had a blood clot in the leg (deep vein thrombosis, DVT) or have leg pain and swelling, your leg may feel better with compression socks. These special socks are designed to decrease or prevent swelling.

If you suffer from varicose veins and spider veins, you already know the frustration of dealing with fatigue, swelling, itching, burning and leg cramps.Compression socks can help reduce the symptoms of painful varicose veins and even slow the progression of vein disease, if worn regularly.

Benefits to wearing compression socks; 

• Improved blood flow

• Prevention of blood from pooling in the legs 

• A decreased risk of blood clots

• Improves vein disease symptoms

• Reduces swollen legs and feet

Did you know...

Compression socks are designed to have a stronger, more firm fit in the foot area while gradually relaxing the fit as the sock extends up the calf.  This design allows for good blood circulation and can reduce or prevent long term lower leg pain. 

 

Compression socks aren’t just for the mature adult or those with health concerns. They are recommended for all ages that train hard, play hard and work hard. Individuals on their feet who work long days are almost always guaranteed to have swollen legs and feet. Don’t deal with pain when it can be prevented!

 

These are just a few examples of people that could benefit from compression socks. 

• Nurses and Medical Staff

• Hospitality Workers

• Hair Stylists

• Expecting Mothers

• Lawn Care Professionals

• Athletes 

• Travelers

• Law Enforcement

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