Compression hosiery is a term that describes socks, stockings, and sleeves that are specially designed for compression therapy. Compression hosiery applies gentle pressure on your feet, ankles, legs, wrists, or arms, promoting blood flow from your extremities to your heart.
Compression hosiery can help reduce pain and swelling in your legs and arms, and they can help those suffering from circulation problems live comfortable lives.
Compression hosiery applies pressure on your extremities, which may help your blood flow up toward the heart. The pressure put on your extremities enables your arteries to relax when transporting blood to the muscles and your veins to get a boost when pushing blood back to the heart.
The compression hosiery helps keep your blood moving, so it’s harder for it to pool in your extremities, where it can clot. Clots make it harder for blood to move around them, which can cause swelling, discolored skin, and other health problems.
Compression hosiery can ease swelling in your extremities and joints, and may help prevent and treat varicose veins. Wearing compression hosiery may also prevent you from feeling light-headed or dizzy when after standing up.
Some professional athletes, including basketball players, runners, triathletes, and others, wear compression hosiery in competitions. Due to the fact that compression hosiery can help improve blood circulation, it can help their muscles receive oxygenated blood faster and it can speed up their muscle recovery.
Emkiro sells high-quality compression hosiery that offers precisely the right amount of support for any type of medical condition. Our compression hosiery is durable but comfortable, so you can wear it for a long time.
Our compression hosiery comes in different lengths and covers different parts of the body. They apply different levels of pressure, so they can help prevent or treat a variety of medical conditions.
Emkiro’s highly trained health care providers can recommend the right type of compression hosiery for your problem.
Dr. Michelle Kang is a Doctor of Chiropractic and is registered with the College of Chiropractors of Ontario.
She uses a variety of treatment options, including compression hosiery devices, to improve her patients’ health and wellbeing.
Tasneem Patla has a Masters of Science degree in Physical Therapy and is registered with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
She offers a fresh approach to physiotherapy by providing evidence based rehabilitation using all the tools at her disposal, including compression hosiery devices.
Steve is a dedicated Registered Chiropodist from Toronto, Ontario. He received an Honours Bachelor of Science degree, from York University, where he majored in Biology. After graduation, he continued to pursue his love for science and healthcare at the Michener Institute of Education at UHN, earning an advanced Diploma of Chiropody.
The average life expectancy of compression hosiery is between 3 - 12 months, but some can last longer. The life expectancy of compression hosiery depends on the manufacturer, materials used in their construction, usage, etc.
Emkiro’s compression hosiery therapists will explain how to wear and maintain your compression hosiery to prolong their lifespan.
Yes. The majority of Toronto workers have partial or full coverage for compression stockings through their workplace health plans. Most insurance plans require a physician’s referral for reimbursement.
Mild support designed to help relieve:
(Medically referred) Moderate support designed to help relieve:
(Medically referred) Firm support designed to help relieve:
Most compression hosiery can be machine washed as long as the temperature is up to 40 degrees C. You shouldn’t tumble dry compression hosiery and should keep it away from direct heat. You should dry it flat if possible.
Emkiro’s health care professionals will help you choose the right length and support for your condition.