Compression Apparel

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Compression Apparel

At Southwest Mobility in Arizona

Are you considering investing in compression apparel? There are many known benefits associated with wearing these types of garments. Compression apparel promotes better circulation, which is especially helpful for those who have to sit or stand for long periods of time. It’s also something that doctors will prescribe for patients with deep vein thrombosis (DVT), venous insufficiency, varicose veins, and more. Keep reading to learn about the types of compression apparel we carry at Southwest Mobility.

When you’re ready to explore the products for yourself, visit one of our locations. Our staff would be happy to answer your questions and help you choose the right option for your needs. You’ll find us in Mesa, Sun City, and Payson, AZ!



Socks

One of the most popular products is compression socks. These are most commonly used by patients who need to reduce the risk of DVT, which is a blood clot found in the leg. When you wear these socks, you prevent leg swelling, which then lowers your risk of developing DVT. compression socks create a level of pressure that will also offer relief to those with tired legs, and sore ankles.

Sleeves

When it comes to compression sleeves, they generally serve the same purpose as socks but there’s a larger variety to choose from. There are long-sleeved tops, calf sleeves, arm sleeves, and so on. The fabric used in compression sleeves is usually a blend of spandex and nylon. When you wear this product on your upper body after exercising, you’ll help reduce swelling and inflammation.

Undergarments

Compression undergarments are most often worn by athletes who play sports and/or exercise regularly. These garments tend to be form-fitting and cover the entire waist, ranging from the mid to lower thigh area. Both female and male athletes will enjoy wearing these products as they provide extra comfort and help to prevent chafing.

If you’d like to check out our inventory, give us a call or stop by Southwest Mobility. We’re proud to serve Phoenix, AZ.







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