Compression Wear
Might be right for you if:

You have been advised to change your diet and increase your physical activity

You are experiencing swelling in your feet, ankles or legs

You are experiencing swelling due to standing or sitting for long periods of time, physical inactivity, heredity, pregnancy, surgery, trauma and some illnesses.

Feeling numbness in your feet or toes, as well as, sharp pain in your feet at night

Muscle weakness, or foot deformities and ulcers

Tingling or burning sensations in feet

Custom Garmets

Knee high, Thigh high,Pantyhose, Arm sleeves, Gloves



Swelling, Tired legs, Lymphedema, Pain & cramping, Ulcers, Diabetes, Vein disorders, Travel, Pregnancy,

Features & Benefits

Increases circulation

Non-binding band

Flat toe seam

Soft with extra padding on foot

DriRelease for moisture wicking and Fresh Guard for odor control

True graduated compression

Measured sizing for accurate fit


Contact Rhonda or Crystal at 513.228.0800 to schedule a personalized assessment

Diabetic Socks


Seams can rub against your skin and cause blisters or ulcers. Most Diabetic socks are made without them.


Keeping feet dry is important for preventing skin infections.


Diabetes can cause blood vessels to restict, decreasing circulation to the feet. Fabrics that keep your feet warm help to imrpove blood circulation.

Square toe box

Socks that are too narrow can squeeze the toes, causing discomfort and allowing for moisture buildup.

Medicare Reimbursement

Since 1993, Medicare Part B has provided partial reimbursement for extra-depth shoes and inserts for qualifying patients with diabetes. Medical experts agree that many amputations resulting from diabetes-related foot complications can be prevented by appropriate, properly fitting footwear. Qualifying patients are eligible for one pair of extra-depth shoes and three pairs of inserts every calendar year.