Our surgical compression garments come in a range of styles and sizes to accommodate various surgical procedures and body types. These garments play a crucial role in post-operative care and are considered an integral part of the recovery process. From abdominal binders and bras to vests and sleeves, we have carefully selected each garment to provide targeted support to specific areas of the body. The adjustable closures and customizable features allow for a personalized fit, ensuring maximum comfort and effectiveness.


Here are some reasons why wearing your compression garments is important:

  1. Reduced Swelling: After surgery, swelling is a common occurrence. Compression garments provide gentle pressure on the affected area, helping to minimize swelling by preventing fluid buildup and promoting better circulation. By reducing swelling, they can help alleviate discomfort and expedite the healing process.
  2. Improved Blood Circulation: Compression garments exert graduated pressure, meaning they are tighter at the extremities and gradually loosen up towards the core. This design helps to enhance blood circulation, ensuring that oxygen and nutrients reach the surgical site more efficiently. Improved blood flow aids in the removal of waste products and accelerates tissue repair.
  3. Enhanced Healing: The compression provided by these garments helps to support and stabilize the surgical area, facilitating proper alignment of tissues and reducing the risk of complications such as hematoma or seroma formation. Additionally, by minimizing movement and friction, compression garments promote the formation of scar tissue, leading to improved wound healing and cosmetically favorable outcomes.
  4. Pain Management: Post-operative pain and discomfort can significantly impact the recovery process. Compression garments can provide gentle compression and support, which may help alleviate pain by reducing inflammation and pressure on sensitive areas. This can lead to a more comfortable recovery experience for the patient.
  5. Protection and Support: Surgical sites are vulnerable during the healing phase. Compression garments act as a protective barrier, shielding the incision site from external factors such as clothing friction and potential trauma. They also provide support to weakened or overstretched muscles, helping to maintain proper alignment and preventing strain or injury.

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