FarrowWrap Basic

Edema (swelling) either venous or lymphatic, can take many forms. For moderate to severe swelling, a traditional compression stocking may not cut it. Luckily, there are more options available.
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Graduated Compression vs Tight Socks

There's a common misconception that tight socks are the same as compression socks. This is not true! Tight socks do not give the same medical benefits as true compression stockings.
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Comfortable Treatment for Lymphedema of the Torso

The Belisse Compressure Comfort Garment is much more than a mastectomy bra. It’s a medical compression garment that drains excess lymphatic fluid in the chest and breast area, that may result from breast cancer or other chest and truncal surgeries.
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Compression Stockings After Total Knee Replacement

My Father recently had Total Knee Replacement (TKR) and I spent a few days visiting him in the hospital. I did some research about the use of compression stockings after TKR surgery, and found one study that compared the efficacy of below knee versus above knee (thigh high) stockings. 
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Sheer Compression Stocking Color Comparison

When you think of vanilla, chocolate, cinnamon and espresso, smells and tastes come to mind. Translating those senses into a color, especially a stocking color that works with your skin tone is not so easy.
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A Brief History of Compression Stockings

Interested in a little hidden lore about compression hosiery? Over 90% of the support stockings we sell are made in the United States. However, the invention and use of compression therapy began in Europe.
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Donning Aids and Videos

Putting on compression stockings continues to be an issue for many of our customers. Donning aids and the way you put your socks on make all the difference in how easily they go on.
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