We now offer Compression solutions from Sigvaris!

What are the benefits of wearing compression socks?

Compression socks can relieve the pain of tired, achy legs; help your legs feel more energized and help prevent and treat a variety of symptoms associated with venous insufficiency. They are also recommended for people who spend long periods of time either on their feet or sitting down. 

Compression products can:

  • Help improve your venous circulation

  • Increase your energy

  • Aid in keeping your legs healthy


Our team of certified Sigvaris fitters can measure you at our clinic and show you the wide selection styles, fit, colours, patters, so you can choose what best fits your lifestyle and needs.


We've got you covered, every step of your day!

Medical compression solutions for everyone

No matter your reason for wearing compression socks, you will feel the benefits right from the very first time.

Sigvaris compression products combines advanced technology, quality craftsmanship,
and fashionable designs that caters to a wide range of different needs and indications.



Travel - Work - Health and Wellness

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Everyday - Pregnancy - Sports - Fashion

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What is medical compression therapy?

Medical compression therapy consists of applying a type of elastic device or garment, primarily on the limbs, to exert a controlled pressure on them. By compressing the limbs or other body regions, the medical compression device squeezes the vein walls together, thereby improving overall circulation and supporting blood flow back towards the heart.

Understanding Venous Disorders
and How Compression Wear Can Help.

Compression wear is a preventive measure to help improve overall circulation. If you have a feeling of pain, heaviness, or swelling in the affected leg, compression wear can help you to relieve the symptoms. Compression stockings can also alleviate nausea and vomiting symptoms during early pregnancy. Many factors can unfavorably influence leg health. These can include lifestyle factors, such as reduced activity, obesity, and/or smoking. Other factors such as advanced age, gender, hormonal changes, and a family history of venous disorders are also influential. In these cases, compression wear may help to support leg health. Factors such as surgery and long-distance traveling bear an increased risk for the development of deep vein thrombosis (DVT).