Please wear compression stockings on airplane flights and long car rides to avoid blood clots. It could save your life. A famous rapper, Heavy D died of a pulmonary embolism, aka blood clot, after a long flight. If you have restless leg, feet or ankle swelling, or pain in your legs, please seek help from a Phlebologist, aka Vein Doctor. They can treat the veins in your legs, so you don’t have to live with those symptoms or get a blood clot.
If you want to order compression stockings, we will need your measurements. Watch the video below for proper measuring:
Once you know your measurements, call Morrison Vein Institute at (866) 478-5347 and we will ship you any light weight compression stockings in any color you wish.
Check out our newest compression stocking colors at Morrison Vein Institute! They come in thigh highs, panty hose and leggings! Now you can be fashionable while maintaining your leg health too! Call (866) GRT-LEGS (5347) to find out more or check out http://www.morrisonvein.com
Do you struggle when trying to put on compression stockings? If so, watch our tutorial youtube video below:
Remember the old granny-colored stockings that we used to have to wear? Throw those away, if you haven't aready, and get the new compression stockings that come in all sorts of beautiful colors.
Thank you, Terri! On a trip to Europe, Terri spotted these fabulous colored hose in medical compression, and knew she just had to bring them home to her fashion-conscious patients at Morrison Vein Institute.
Did you know you can get fashionable leggings that have compression in them? It’s true, you can be in style and make your legs feel better at the same time. Compression stockings help reduce swelling in your legs and ankles, and are used in conjunction with varicose and spider vein treatment. They now come in all sorts of fashion colors and styles, including leggings. Check out the photos below of all the different colors and styles available at Morrison Vein Institute.
At Morrison Vein Institute, we teach our patients about healthy vein practices they can do everyday at home. Wearing compression stockings is one of them. So, we e-mailed our patients a coupon for compression stockings to keep their legs healthy. I thought I would provide the link here, so you can take advantage of this too. http://alturl.com/ucjao
Compression stockings, or support socks come in all sorts of sizes, brands, colors, and styles for men and women. You don’t have to wear your grandmother’s ted hose anymore, or the ugly ones they sell at the drug store. We have support stockings to fit every shape and size @morrisonvein.
Have you had a surgery recently and the doctor told you to get compression stockings to prevent a DVT, aka Blood Clot, but didn’t tell you where to get them? We sell them @morrisonvein. Whether you are walking, standing or sitting for long periods of time, you should be wearing some sort of compression garment, so you start to heal from your surgery. Protect yourself from a blood clot, or swollen ankles, by wearing some sort of compression stocking. At Morrison Vein Institute, we have every color, size, type, and level of compression you may want or need. Call us at 866-GRT-LEGS to make an appointment for a hose fitting. We will make sure you are fitted properly. We also sell Athletic Recovery Socks if you are trying to get back to running after an injury or surgery.
These are frequently asked questions about compression stockings:
·Q: I wear them daily, right? Unless I am in shorts or a dress, I assume.
A. You wear them from the moment you get up in the morning til you go to bed at night. Everyday is better, as it will keep the swelling down. We have thigh-highs and panty hose too, to wear under skirts or with shorts.
· Q. Do I wear them when my feet and legs are elevated in the evening?
A. You can take them off when you are at home, but best to keep them on until you take a shower or go to bed.
· Q. Do I wear them at night when I sleep?
A. No, don’t wear them to bed
·Q. How often do I wash them?
A. You can wash them everyday in the sink with mild soap, so they shrink back to normal size, or on delicate in washing mashing, but no dying soaps, aka woolite or dreft
· Q. Does lotion make it easier or harder to put the stockings on?
A. Probably no lotion is better. You should always put them on with gloves or you will put a hole in them.