Toeless Compression Socks – Truform Graduated Stockings For Tired Aching Legs
You have come to the right place if you are looking for quality and affordable toeless compression socks. Truform graduated stockings for tired legs are designed to help relieve moderate conditions that are associated with poor circulation. How Do Graduated Compression Socks Work? Well, I’m glad you asked. Graduated compression technology is all about promoting
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You have come to the right place if you are looking for quality and affordable toeless compression socks. Truform graduated stockings for tired legs are designed to help relieve moderate conditions that are associated with poor circulation.
How Do Graduated Compression Socks Work?
Well, I’m glad you asked. Graduated compression technology is all about promoting better blood circulation throughout the body. That’s a good thing.
These stockings deliver a compressive action to the leg. It starts (and is most compressed) at the ankle and this allows the blood to flow up towards the heart as the amount of compression gradually decreases farther up the leg.
That’s exactly what graduated compression technology is all about. The amount of compression is measured and expressed as mmHg which is an abbreviation of millimeters of mercury.
If you are interested in a definition and more information about mmHg please visit our page – Compression Socks For Health.
The Truform brand of compression products feature a classic styling and a smooth textured knit fabric that does help to hide and conceal unsightly conditions. Below is a chart showing the differences and features of the Truform line of medical stockings. The picture above is of the 0865 model but you can click on the chart to purchase any of the products on the chart.
The 20-30mmHg Firm compression level is great for tired, aching legs and moderate varicosities, moderate edema, post surgery and post sclera therapy just to name a few. They also help to prevent venous ulcerations and thrombophlebitis. I sure don’t want that one……I can’t even say it.
Graduated compression socks and stockings provide many health benefits. They help to maintain good circulation and relief from tired and aching legs. They are also recommended by doctors for after surgery (consult your doctor) and can help to prevent or alleviate swelling of the legs, feet and ankles. Improved circulation will also help to prevent varicose and spider veins or improve them if you have them already.
Anybody can use and reap the benefits of compression products. Great for nurses, waiters and any other occupation where you must spend hours on your feet or sitting in a sedentary position. Athletes and runners are using them to improve performance and cut down on muscle recovery time.
Compression therapy is an affordable way to improve your overall health. Get a pair and experience the benefits for yourself. I don’t thing you’ll regret it. I use them for long distance running and also day to day. They sure work for my legs, I just wish that I had known about them when I was a waiter. I can still remember those nights after a long shift. It was like lifting weights just to pick up my feet. Oh Well, what’s done is done.
Truform combines the highest quality materials, the latest methods of semi-automated manufacturing, and “old-world” hand craftsmanship to produce a great compression sock at an affordable price.
Product Features For The Truform 0865 Compression Stocking
- Therapeutic graduated compression that provides firm support
- Classic, concealing fabric
- All day comfort with the soft stay-up top
- The open toe design with standard and “super sizes”
- Fit by ankle and calf circumference, and by leg length from heel at floor to bend in knee
Truform takes the extra time and effort necessary to insure a therapeutically effective and comfortable fit. The overall combination of their state-of-the-art materials and equipment, plus knitting “know-how” sets Truform apart from the crowd. These compression socks will make your legs look and feel great.
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