Compression Stockings

At Feet First, Rhonda Doan is a certified fitter of compression therapy. Her experience along with her educational background in nursing and cardiovascular technology enhances her expertise in this area.

Anyone’s legs can feel better while wearing gradient compression stockings, especially those of us who spend too much time in sedentary sitting or standing positions. Gradient compression stockings are of most benefit to individuals with the following leg complaints:

  • Tired, aching, heavy feeling legs
  • Leg swelling
  • Varicose veins venous insufficiency
  • Post-thrombotic syndrome
  • Healed venous ulcer Active venous ulcers
  • Lymphedema

It is recommended that you consult with your physician before wearing compression 20 mmHg and above. If you also have arterial circulation problems in your legs please consult with your physician before wearing any level of compression.

Measuring and fitting of compression stockings is generally done within an hour of rising in the morning so it is therefore recommended appointments be booked within that timeframe.

Sigvaris

  • Medical Compression Stockings
  • Sigvaris Transverse and Merino Wool Medical Grade Stockings
  • Renew Foot Cream
  • Washing Solution/non petroleum for compression stockings
  • Donning Aides

Venosan

  • Medical Compression Stockings
  • Custom Made Medical Compression Stockings

Frequently Asked Questions

For more information on frequently asked questions about compression therapy, visit the following website: http://www.absolutemedical.com/faq.html