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WHAT IS
COMPRESSION?

Compression is an effective means of increasing blood flow to the desired site within the body.

What are the Benefits
of Compression

Who can Benefit from
Compression?

Performance Athletes

With an optimal level of consistent compression, the walls of the arteries will dilate which increases blood flow. The greater the blood flow, the better the oxygen and nutrient delivery and the better the performance of the muscles.
Source: (British Journal of Sports Medicine)

Everyday Health + Fitness

Compression technology can help those who are prone to swelling or who face occupational challenges that lead to swelling by reducing their propensity to swell.
Source: (National Center for Biotechnology Information)

Recovery

Wearing compression technology after intense exercise or competition can help speed up recovery and reduce your perception of overly sore muscles.
Source: (Fleet Feet Harvard)

Diabetes

Many of the effects of diabetes stem from the same guilty parties; high blood pressure, high cholesterol and a lack of blood glucose control.

Diabetes + COMPRESSION

Many of the effects of diabetes stem from the same guilty parties; high blood pressure,
high cholesterol and a lack of blood glucose control.

“With an optimal level of consistent compression, the walls of the arteries will dilate, increasing the blood flow through them. The greater the blood flow, the better the oxygen and nutrient delivery and the better the performance of the heart”

Active compression helps stimulate the flow of lymph fluid, which carries vital nutrients to the damaged tissues surrounding the injury. Lymph fluid is also important for removing waste from cells and body tissues, an important function during the tissue regeneration process.

Diabetes can cause swollen and damaged arteries, which in turn can inhibit blood flow. Active compression helps improve blood flow, thereby enhancing the delivery of oxygen throughout the body.

Diabetic foot ulcers are experienced by approximately 15 percent of patients. Of those who develop a foot ulcer, 6 percent will be hospitalized due to infection or other ulcer-related complication. The combination of reduced swelling and increased delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the site of an ulcer enables more rapid tissue repair and an overall faster healing process.

LEVELS OF COMPRESSION

SafeGrip™

  • Moderate Compression
  • 100% Cotton
  • Trusted Quality

Shield Grip™

  • Controlled Compression
  • Double Thread
    100% Cotton
  • High Quality

Superus Grip®

  • Ultimate Compression
  • 100% High
    Quality Cotton
  • Premium Quality

Our unique compression wraps and tapes

are designed to prevent injury, protect against re-injury and enhance performance.

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