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Therafirm Unisex Open Toe Knee Highs 20-30 mmHg

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Therafirm Unisex Open Toe Knee Highs 20-30 mmHg
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Therafirm Unisex Open Toe Knee Highs 20-30 mmHg

  • Brand: Therafirm
  • Series: Unisex Series
  • Gender: Unisex|Men's|Women's
  • Compression: 20-30 mmHg
  • Style/Length: Knee High
  • Condition: Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)|Moderate/Severe Swelling|Varicose Veins - Moderate/Severe
  • Fabric: Opaque|Durable/Unisex
  • Toe Type: Open Toe
  • Color: Black|Sand
  • Size: Varies
  • Age group: Adult

Therafirm Moderate 20-30 mmHg Unisex Open Toe Knee Highs are available in black or sand and are sold per pair.

Clinically designed to increase blood velocity while reducing edema, these 20-30 mmHg gradient compression open toe knee high stockings offer moderate support. These stockings may be prescribed for relief from chronic ankle & leg swelling, prevention of clotting after uncomplicated vein stripping, reversible mild lymphedema and in the treatment of postphlebitic syndrome. Constructed of opaque two-way stretch nylon and spandex, with reciprocated (reinforced) comfort heel and toe.

Recommended for moderate ankle and leg swelling, moderate varicosities, venous stasis ulcerations, post schlerotherapy, and preventing DVT.

SKU's: 79320, 79321, 79322, 79323, 79324, 79325, 79326, 75300, 75301, 75302, 75303, 75304, 75305, 75306, 77300, 77301, 77302, 77303, 77304, 77305, 77306



Measuring Guide for Compression Stockings

Measuring your legs for compression stockings, support socks, support hose, and gradient compression hosiery:.

  • For knee-highs: measure around your ankle and calf. Then, measure the distance from the floor to the back of your knee.
  • For thigh-high and pantyhose: measure around your ankle, calf, and upper thigh. Then, measure the distance from the floor to your upper thigh (bottom of your buttocks). 

An Important Measuring Tip...
If swelling is an issue with you, measure your legs, first thing in the morning, after you get out of bed. This is when swelling is at a minimum, and the size of your legs should remain once the swelling is eliminated. Each of our compression products has a sizing chart on the product page.

Measure around the ankle at the narrowest point, generally above the ankle bone.
Measure around the calf muscle at the widest part.
Measure from the floor to the bend behind the knee.
Measure around the thigh approx. 3" below the gluteal fold (crease of buttocks).
Measure the distance from the bottom of your buttocks to the floor.

Sizes may differ between various brands of support stockings. Keep in mind that each manufacturer of support hose has their own sizing chart. A medium size in one brand of circulation stockings, may not be a medium in another. Some brands of compression stockings offer petite (shorter) lengths, while others do not. Knowing your measurements will ensure you get compression hosiery that fits properly and comfortably. 

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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Walk Better
    Excellent compression, support, texture, and comfort, and especially easy to put on and take off. I had been wearing an equally comfortable prescribed and locally purchased knee-high Therafirm with toe stocking (20-30 mmHg). But I had surgery and now need to wear an open toe stocking. The local medical supply store had only a different brand that was open toe, and I found it too thick and almost impossible to take off at night. I found compressionsale.com on the Web, and for a lower price and free shipping, bought these toeless Therafirm (in the sand color), which are just right for me. I highly recommend both this brand and the customer service and advice I've received, and will continue to buy my compression stockings here.
  • Author: Miriam Giles
    I ordered these six days ago hadn't gotten them yet. I think I paid too much for them.But I see some much cheaper on this site.

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