Custom compression therapy waist length stockings, chaps and panty girdles are manufactured for an anatomically exact fit, providing therapeutic treatment for venous insufficiency, lymphedema and helping prevent and/or control the development of burn contractures and keloids.
Note: The models and options displayed or listed on this page are the most common. Contact us to discuss any other specific requirement.
Model 304 - Waist length two leg stocking with open crotch, soft toe
Model 300 - Chap, one leg, soft toe
Model 308 - Panty girdle
The basic models of Gottfried Medical's custom compression therapy waist length stockings, chaps and panty girdles are shown below. Every patient is unique, and every waist length stocking, chap and panty girdle we make is just as special. Fulfilling your patient's individual requirements is exactly what we do at Gottfried Medical, Inc.
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Learn how to properly fit, dispense and adjust Gottfried Medical's custom compression therapy garments through an accredited Orthotic Fitter Certification program.
Although we do everything possible to assure a defect-free garment, its proper care and use rests solely with the patient. Complete garment care instructions are included with every order. Read and/or download them here, or watch our "Care & Use Video" on YouTube.
Compression garments engineered for venous insufficiency mimic the action of healthy veins. They assist weak or damaged veins in the movement of blood to reduce or prevent swollen limbs associated discomfort and improve circulation. (more…)
Compression garments engineered for lymphedema are similar to those for venous insufficiency, assisting weak or damaged valves in the lymphatic "vein-like" capillaries in the movement of lymph into the veins, to reduce or prevent swollen limbs associated discomfort. (more…)
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