Compression garments have long been known for providing muscle and circulatory support. Doctors often prescribe compression garments to help treat varicose veins, to avoid dangerous clots and thrombosis, to avoid blood pooling in the extremities, and to treat low blood pressure.
Our compression garments may help
- Provide support for muscle stiffness, soreness, and pain
- Reduce recovery time of muscles
- Support improved circulation and oxygenation of working muscles
- Prevent strain and fatigue by keeping muscles warm
- Compression garments are only effective when they are being worn and properly sized.
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