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Compression Guru was founded to be the online compression expert. To make shopping for compression less confusing and be easier to find the products that are right for you. Live help, detailed measuring guides, a huge selection, and lots of information make it easy to find the products that work for you. More About Us Why Compression GuruWhere is compression Guru located in Denver CO?
Email Us 2600 W 2nd Ave Unit 7 Denver, CO 80219 *Not open for walk in orders. Please call or order online. Careers Newsletter Subscribe Compression Guru. All rights reserved. This site does not provide medical advice. It is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.What are the different levels of compression in compression socks?
Measurement of graduated compression socks are done in mmHg (millimeters of mercury), and there are five different levels of compression. A lower number signifies less compression, while higher numbers indicate increased compression. Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know: Compression Level: 8-15mmHg (Mild Compression)How do I measure for a compression sleeve or tights?
For tights, measure from points cG down. Measure the full length of your leg from your waist to your foot to find the correct length for you. To measure yourself for a Juzo Classic compression arm sleeve, measure the circumference of your arm at the points on the diagram below and make note of the results.