Most socks are one size fits all, but when it comes to compression socks, stockings and leggings, size is very important. Having the right size ensures that you are getting accurate compression where you need it.
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.
While I was pregnant I experienced a million physical and emotional changes and I was prepared for less than half of them. It's difficult to prepare for pregnancy. Your body go through so many changes, and every pregnancy is a unique experience. So, I've teamed up with a few of my coworkers to compile a list of what you need to know (and no one tells you) when you're pregnant.
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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 the weather warms up, wearers of compression can still wear their favorite summer footwear. Read on for our recommendations on open toe and footless compression stockings that won't cramp your toes, or your style.
Swelling of the feet and ankles is a completely normal part of pregnancy. Wearing compression socks, pantyhose or leggings can help reduce swelling as well as your risk of DVT and prevention of spider veins.
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.