What are compression bandages and who needs them?

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A compression wrap is a bandage made of elastic. You may need to use one if you recently had an injury or want to improve your circulation. When wrapped around the affected body part, they put pressure on it to help reduce swelling. ‌

In some cases, compression wraps may be a long-term solution to health concerns like blood clots and circulation problems. ‌

Why to Use a Compression Wrap
You might use a compression wrap for:

Ankle injuries. If you sprained your ankle or your foot is swollen, a compression wrap can keep swelling down and boost the healing process. ‌

Blood flow problems. Compression wraps are mostly used to improve blood flow to your heart. When you have poor circulation, your blood has trouble moving back to your heart from your legs. Compression wraps are great for people who are on their feet a lot or who have blood flow problems.‌

Compression therapy. If you have problems with your veins or lymphatic system, compression wraps can help. They can treat things like varicose veins and venous leg ulcers. The compression wrap puts pressure on surface veins, which forces blood back into your deep vein system.‌

Lymphoedema. This condition affects your circulatory system. Compression wraps can help you manage the symptoms and ease swelling or distortion of your skin.

This is why Hybrid Bandaging is proud of their revolutionary technology which makes self-bandaging easy for patients that were frustrated with the previous self-bandaging struggles.

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