Compression Therapy Division
Patients with vein circulation problems can suffer from numerous conditions including varicose veins, stasis ulcers, edema, and thromboembolic disease. Vein disease is characterized by pain, swelling, and fatigue, and if left untreated, these circulation problems can worsen over time and become chronic conditions, affecting your quality of life for many years.
Compression therapy works by applying pressure to the walls of your weakened veins, assisting those weak veins and helping them pump blood back to the heart. This pressure also prevents fluid from accumulating in the interstitial tissue. Once the blood begins to flow normally and tissue swelling is controlled, pain, swelling, and leg fatigue are reduced.
We work closely with your physicians, nurses, and therapists to provide the precise level of compression necessary to increase circulation, reduce pain, and help you return to normal function and mobility as soon as possible.