FAQs

We explain the differences

What is the difference between round and flat knitted compression stockings? What's the difference between lipoedema and obesity? When should you treat symptoms with bandages, and when should ortheses be used?
Here we provide answers to frequently asked questions.

Medical compression stockings have nothing to do with support stockings. Read here to find out more about the differences and when to use anti-thrombosis stockings.

Read more

 

Compression stockings are medical supplies, which can be prescribed by a doctor. However, not all compression stockings are suitable for the same illnesses. Here we will explain the difference between round and flat knitted compression stockings and when they are used.

Read more

Our standard equipment comes in a wide range of sizes and designs. But sometimes the options are not enough, at which point a custom-made product might make sense.

Read more

 

Lymphoedema can be easily distinguished from lipoedema, as special symptoms are indicative. It's important to know the difference in symptoms and to identify them correctly.

Read more

What the fat deposition disorder and severe obesity have to do with each other.
 

Read more 

Manual lymphatic drainage is an important element of complex physical decongestion therapy. However, many people with this condition have a hard time receiving regular prescriptions for manual lymphatic drainage. We explain why and how manual lymphatic drainage is prescribed and what possible pitfalls can arise for patients.

Read more

Standard products are manufactured just like normal garments in department stores, using standard sizes. However, if the dimensions deviate greatly from the norm, a custom-made product should be ordered.
 

Read more

Denier & Co: What denier, kilopascal and millimetre mercury columns have to do with our stockings.

Read more