MEDICAL GRADE COMPRESSION
Compression is measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg).
To be considered Medical Grade, compression level must
be 20 mmHg and over
Compression is higher at the extremities and gradually decreases
toward the heart. Graduated compression promotes blood flow back
to the heart for better and faster reoxygenation.
Strategic compression zones stabilizing key muscles and reducing
muscle oscillation. Stabilized muscles are able to relax so you’re
able to stay in the game longer.