Thigh Length Stockings

Thigh-length stockings are essential medical garments designed to provide graduated pressure, typically in levels 1 and 2, ranging from 18-21 mmHg and 23-32 mmHg, respectively. These pressures are crucial for promoting proper blood circulation in the legs. By applying this graduated compression, thigh-high compression socks serve as a preventive measure against deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Additionally, they aid in reducing the risk of further developing severe varicose veins, offering comfort and support to individuals with venous insufficiencies. The level 1 thigh-high stockings are used as a preventive measure or to provide support while traveling or working. 

Class 2 medical thigh high stockings, falling under the category of level 2 compression, are particularly effective for managing post-surgical recovery from venous insufficiencies. However, it is essential to note that these stockings should be under the guidance and recommendation of a healthcare practitioner. This ensures that the compression level and fit are appropriate for the individual’s specific needs, promoting both comfort and effectiveness in treatment.

Thigh-High Compression Product Range

Our range of thigh-high compression stockings is designed to provide graduated pressure for optimal therapeutic benefits. Our compression levels range from 18-21 mmHg to 23-32 mmHg, each serving specific needs under healthcare provider guidance. Thigh-high compression socks offer diverse advantages, notably aiding post-surgery recovery, ulcer healing, and preventing varicose veins from mild to severe. These thigh-length stockings exert the highest pressure at the ankle, gradually decreasing as they move up the leg. This graduated compression improves blood circulation, reduces swelling, and promotes overall foot health and comfort. 

Crafted from premium Swiss-made cotton fabric, our class 1 and 2 stockings offer comfort and durability, suitable for wear in diverse climates. Whether winter or summer, they maintain ideal temperature regulation without causing discomfort. Catering to all skin types, our product range comes in various sizes with a comprehensive measuring guide, ensuring a perfect fit for every wearer.

Class 1 Thigh High Compression Socks (Cotton & Dynaven)

  • Provides mild pressure of 18-21 mmHg
  • Perfect for pregnant women, travelers, individuals with a desk job
  • It provides relief from swelling, discomfort, pains, and aches
  • A doctor can recommend wearing class 1 compression socks as a preventive measure for varicose veins

Class 2 Thigh High Compression Socks (Cotton & Dynaven)

  • Graduated pressure of 23-32 mmHg
  • Promotes blood circulation and prevents pooling of blood in the legs
  • It can be beneficial for pregnant women in their later stages of pregnancy
  • Recommended by doctors to patients after post-surgery and management of healed venous ulcers
  • Prevents varicose veins from worsening
  • Ideal to provide relief from chronically fatigued legs 
  • Improves lymphatic drainage, reduces swelling

Thigh Length Compression Stockings Features

  • Crafted from the finest 100% cotton in Switzerland
  • Unisex design suitable for all skin types, ensuring maximum comfort
  • Available in a variety of sizes and classic color options: beige, skin, and black
  • Features an open-toe style for added versatility
  • Designed for year-round wear, adaptable to all seasons and climates
  • Equipped with a Quadrinova knobbed grip top, gentle on the skin and prevents slipping

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. How Do You Measure Your Thigh For Compression Stockings?

Feel free to refer to our size guide. We provide a comprehensive visual reference to help you better comprehend the dimensions. The first of four steps is to find the ankle’s narrowest point, and then you’ll need to measure the calf’s circumference, which should be 2 cm below the knee bend. Step three involves measuring the thigh, around 5 centimeters below the crotch. Lastly, you need to find and measure the length from the inside leg of the socks.  

Q2. Who Should Wear Thigh-High Compression Socks?

The medical community approves thigh-high compression socks under a doctor’s supervision. Pregnant women and those taking long-haul flights or road journeys can benefit from wearing class 1 compression stockings, decreasing swelling and increasing circulation. Patients undergoing venous ulcer healing, venous insufficiency prevention, or post-operative care might consider wearing class 2 medical compression stockings. 

Q3. How Do I Know What Size Of Compression Stockings To Get?

Refer to our detailed sizing guide, which can help you determine the correct compression size. The perfect compression socks will neither be too restrictive nor be very loose. It will provide the right amount of graduated pressure on your feet. 

Q4. What Size Thigh-High Stockings Do I Need?

To determine your size for thigh-high stockings, refer to our sizing chart on the stocking’s product page. Measure your ankle circumference, calf circumference, and thigh circumference, then use these measurements to select the appropriate size from our range of options.

Q5. Do Compression Socks Need To Be Thigh-High?

No, compression socks need not be thigh-high. Depending on your needs and preferences, they come in various lengths, like knee-high, arm sleeves, compression wraps, and ankle-length options.

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