Student Medical Store
Compression Socks are designed to provide leg support for those with active lifestyles, or needing relief from long hours on their feet. Healthcare professionals, especially those on active shift, benefit from the improved circulation and reduced swelling that these socks provide. Made of durable, breathable fabric, they remain comfortable throughout the work day.
- 80% Nylon, 20% Spandex
- Made from high-quality, breathable fabric that promotes circulation and reduces leg fatigue.
- Graduated compression technology helps improve blood flow, reducing the risk of swelling and discomfort.
- Reinforced arch and heel provide added support, ensuring durability and longevity.
- Available in various sizes and colors to suit your preferences and uniform.
1 x Pair of Compression Socks
Why Wear Compression Socks: More and more people, especially healthcare workers, are opting for compression socks due to their numerous benefits:
- IMPROVED CIRCULATION: Compression socks help enhance blood circulation, preventing the pooling of blood in the legs and reducing the risk of varicose veins.
- REDUCED FATIGUE: The gentle pressure from compression socks can alleviate leg fatigue and discomfort, even during long shifts.
- SWELLING PREVENTION: Healthcare workers often spend extended periods on their feet. Compression socks can help prevent swelling and discomfort in the lower limbs.
- SUPPORT AND COMFORT: The arch and heel support in compression socks provide extra comfort and stability during long hours of standing and walking.
- STYLE AND VERSATILITY: Our compression socks are designed to be stylish and versatile, easily integrating into your uniform while providing essential benefits.
- RELIEVE FROM PLANTAR PAIN: Designed with compression to aid in the pain management and relief from plantar fascitis, heel spurs and arch pain.
"This is the kind of ease & convenience we ask for when we visit an e-commerce site. Glad this has come to stay for us at the College of Health sciences"
- Dr. Akrasi
Part-time lecturer, CHS-KNUST