March is DVT Awareness Month. Learn more about what DVT is, what the signs are, how to prevent it, and resources to help.
I’ve compiled the perfect guide for traveling alone. There are many reasons why traveling alone is great. There’s unlimited freedom, alone time and it’s a great opportunity to meet new people. Your schedule is yours to plan and you can spend money on whatever you what, what else could be better?
Have you ever wondered why compression socks cost more than regular socks or why some compression sock brands charge more than others?
Nurses need compression socks that work as hard as they do! RejuvaHealth compression socks reduce leg aches and increase energy levels, while adding a dash of fashion to scrubs. Check out these cute, compression socks that are a must have for every nurse.
So, what do you need to know about DVTs? March is DVT awareness month and because there are over 100,000 blood-clot related deaths annually, and we sell compression, RejuvaHealth wants to be apart of spreading awareness.
It doesn’t matter if you work a 9 to 5 or a 24 - 7, if you sit all day, stand all day or a combination of the two, compression socks are for you!
Everyone can get blood clots, even athletes. Read about tennis star, Serena Williams, and her personal battle with blood clots, why people get blood clots, and what you can do to prevent them.
When I began wearing compression in 2008, I had to wear a stocking that covered my full leg due to the location of my DVT. Since it extended up my calf to behind my knee, a sock didn’t provide enough length to manage the symptoms I was experiencing. At the time, thigh highs & pantyhose were my only option – two hosiery styles I didn’t often wear.
So your doctor told you to wear full-length compression stockings.
Knee-highs are out of the question so what’s the next best option: thigh highs, pantyhose, or leggings?
Here are a few of the top pieces of advice I’ve learned over the years along with some of my favorite tips for choosing the best length compression garment for your needs.
You can’t always know when a hospital stay or surgery may be in your future, but you can prepare for scheduled procedures to make your overall experience a little easier. Here are 10 tips to set up your surgery for success.
It’s all fun and games - until the hot weather rolls around. Long-time compression wearers know the drill.
Sometimes your gams simply may not look or feel as good as you want. A salty dinner, prolonged sitting, a long day on your feet ... occasional tweaks to diet or route can leave you feeling temporarily puffy or sore. But if it happens often, it may also be the sign of a larger medical problem. If your legs fall into the "repeat offender" category, keep reading. We’ve rounded up some of the more common causes of leg swelling & pain, as well as tips and treatment info, to help you get informed.