Made in the USA; Measure according to size chart; Latex-Free; Nylon and Spandex construction
The Truform 0365 compression pantyhose from the Truform Opaque series resembles high fashion hosiery yet features graduated compression technology and is very soft for the most comfortable stocking in its compression class.
Graduated Compression Technology - Graduated Compression provides two primary benefits: it helps reduce and prevent swelling for the wearer, and the compression action help to prevent the slowing of blood flow so it can flow more quickly up the leg back toward the heart; helping to maintain positive circulation and leg health.
Versatile Support - Truform therapeutic compression pantyhose feature classic styling and a smooth knit fabric that helps conceal unsightly conditions. They provide long-lasting support that appeals to today's active, fashion conscious woman and serve excellently as both business and casual wear. The 20-30 mmHg firm compression level is great for leg fatigue and slight ankle, leg and foot swelling. Features five intervals of therapeutic graduated compression, doctor-recommended to help relieve tired, heavy, and aching legs, aids in the treatment of spider veins, varicose veins, and swelling of the leg and feet, ideal when sitting or standing for long periods of time "br""br""b"Quality Guaranteed - We take the extra time and effort necessary to insure a therapeutically effective, comfortable fit. The combination of state-of-the-art materials and equipment, plus knitting "know-how" sets Truform apart from the crowd to make your legs look and feel great!
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What compression level is right for you?
8-15 mmHgMild pressure, used for proactive leg health Ã¢ÂÂ Compression strength for preventative care.
15-20 mmHgModerate pressure, common starting point for first time wear Ã¢ÂÂ Compression strength for minor conditions.
20-30 mmHgFirm pressure, typically used when recommended by a certified fitter or healthcare provider Ã¢ÂÂ Compression strength for pronounced medical symptoms.
30-40 mmHgExtra-Firm pressure, used only when prescribed by a doctor Ã¢ÂÂ Compression strength for severe medical conditions.
Higher compression levels will impact fit and may create a false impression that size is too small. Always confirm your correct compression level prior to fitting.
Higher levels of compression are harder to apply and remove. Users with limited strength should choose a lower level of compression.
A. Measure around the smallest part of the ankle bone, right above the ankle bone.
B. Measure around the fullest part of the thigh.
C. Measure your waist just above the hip bone.
Measure first thing in the morning when swelling or edema is minimal.
Take firm measurements without depressing the skin.
Keep measuring tape in a level position and note measurements at each point.
Firm 20-30 mmHg Strength
Recommended for : Pronounced Varicose Veins, Spider Veins, Edema, DVT, Post-Surgery, Swelling in Ankles Calf Feet, Enlarged Bulging Veins, Pregnant or Nursing Mothers (when recommended by a doctor), Travel (prevents blood pooling and clots in frequent flyers), Tired Aching Heavy Legs, Muscle Recovery Post Cardio Workout and Exercise.
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