Women’s Open Toe Compression Socks In 30 40 mmHg CircuTrend
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How To Measure
To find your compression socks size:
1. Click on the sizing guide link above, just below the size options
2. Follow the steps in our tutorial about How To Measure For Compression Stockings
This video is also available at the bottom of this page.
How To Buy
1. Choose your compression stocking according to your gender
2. Choose the compression socks with the right compression grade
3. Pick your desired length between knee-high, thigh-high, or pantyhose style
4. Take your compression stocking measurement (see the above tab for more details)
5. Choose your colors
6. Select your quantity
7. Click on Add To Cart Button and continue shopping other styles, or Click on Buy It Now Button if you are ready to go to the Checkout Page
8. At Checkout: enter your details, including the shipping method, and follow the steps to complete your payment
Knee High compression socks size chart for Doctor Brace CircuTrend
How to do sizing for compression socks:
To take your measurement, follow the steps in our tutorial on compression socks sizing below:
Knee high toeless compression socks for severe varicose veins in legs and poor blood circulation
Circutrend 30 40 mmHg open toe compression socks for women are designed to accommodate woman with sensitive forefoot. They are also convenient to wear with summer shoes.
Doctors usually recommend this level of medical compression to treat more severe varicose veins in the legs.
Also, women may wear toeless or closed toe 30 40 mmHg compression socks as part of treatment for phlebitis or DVT (deep vein thrombosis).
For milder varicose vein or leg swelling, they can put on open toe compression socks in 20 30 mmHg. This is a lighter compression grade than 30 40 mmHg.
The women’s 30 40 mmHg toeless compression socks main features are:
- Medical compression stockings made in the USA
- 30 40 mmHg graduated compression
- Elegant look for all occasions
- Open toe in the front
- Reinforced at heel
- Comfort band under the knee
- As wide calf plus size compression socks, they are available in XL and XXL sizes
If worn daily and as prescribed by your doctor, the 30 40 mmHg open toe compression socks for women may help to relieve chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) symptoms.
Among its common uses are the following:
- More serious varicose veins stages (stage 2 to 5)
- Blood clots
- In some cases, patients can wear the 30 40 knee high compression socks as a complementary treatment for phlebitis or deep venous thrombosis (DVT)
To know how to wash or care for this product, read our detailed care instructions
Compression stockings care instructions
Putting on or removing off your compression stockings, and taking care of them properly will help prevent tears and extend their useful life.
Wearing your compression socks
To put on your compression socks or stockings correctly, follow tips below:
- Wear them early in the morning when you get out of bed. This is because your legs are less swollen in the morning.
- To put them on, use at least compression gloves. This will help you to avoid tearing your compression stockings and, more importantly, to properly distribute the graduated compression over the ankle and leg.
- If you lack strength in your arms, you can use a stocking aid instead of gloves.
Taking off your compression stockings
To take off compression stockings:
- Remove them before going to bed.
- Again, use your gloves for taking them off.
- If you have one pair of compression socks, be sure to wash them every day.
How to clean compression stockings?
- Hand wash your compression stockings with a mild soap, bleach free.
- Wring them out gently without pulling them too hard to remove excess water.
- It is recommended to always wash your socks before the next use. Not only for hygienic reasons, but it allows to always benefit from optimal compression.
- Dry flat your compression socks on a drying rack or a dry towel.
- Do not use drying machine or heat to dry them, to avoid any damage to the fabric.
- Do not iron
- Do not overstretch
Face masks care instructions
A cloth face mask is washable. To wash it without damaging it, follow the care instructions below:
How to wash your mask?
Hand wash your face mask with mild soap. If you are using a washing machine, choose the delicate cycle.
How to dry a face mask?
To dry your cloth face mask, do not use a dryer. Gently wring out your mask and place it on a laundry rack.
How To Put On Compression Socks
Watch our tutorial to know how to put compression socks on. It shows also how to take them off.
This video is also available at the bottom of this page.
Before wearing your compression socks, be sure to use donning gloves or, if needed, compression socks donner.
If you have any question about compression socks or other related subject, see our Answers To Frequently Asked Questions.
For any other questions, you can also contact our customer service.
Most common questions about compression stockings or braces
Why Doctor Brace?
Doctor Brace's compression stockings and braces are made with premium materials and modern design to fit every active woman and man. We have the background and the experience...enough to understand the specific needs of every and each user.
How Doctor Brace's compression stockings look like? What are product features?
To see how Doctor Brace's compression stockings look like and to explore their features, watch this video. It also provides some tips on many aspects of compression socks use:
What are compression stockings?
Compression stockings are medical stockings used in the treatment of venous insufficiency related diseases such as ankle swelling, aching legs, spider veins, or varicose veins. They are also used alone or with other medical treatment to help relieve Phlebitis or DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis).
Why I should use compression socks for my Varicose Veins?
If used daily, compression socks in 20-30 mmHg or 30-40 mmHg levels may help relieve varicose veins by applying moderate and graduated pressure on the blue or purple veins in the calf or thigh. The applied compression helps restore better blood circulation by helping to pump blood more normally from the legs to the heart. For more information about which compression stockings to use for your varicose veins or other venous disorder, do not hesitate to seek your doctor's advice.
What measured compression stockings means?
Measured compression stockings are ready to wear stockings but made with a very detailed sizing chart to provide an adjusted fit. Well measured compression socks are by far more effective to treat chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) than non measured one. Be aware that not all medical stockings in the market today are measured ones.
What custom fit compression stockings means?
Custom fit or made to measure compression stockings are specially designed for women or men with measures that do not match the pre-measured size chart.
What is a compression level? how I would know which compression grade to choose?
Compression level or degree refers to the level of pressure your compression socks would apply to your ankle, calf or thigh.There are four standard levels of compression stockings: 15-20 mmHg, 20-30 mmHg, 30-40 mmHg or 40-50 mmHg.
What are graduated compression stockings?
Graduated compression stockings in knee high, thigh high or pantyhose style; exert decreasing pressure on the legs. The maximum compression being felt at the ankle level. It is important to mention that not all brands of compression socks offer a graduated or gradient compression therapy.
How to measure compression stockings? How I would know size?
To find your compression stockings size, you should use a soft measuring tape to take your measurements, as required by the product sizing chart located in each Doctor Brace product description. Then, once you finished to measure your body contours, try to locate your size in the pre-measured ranges in the chart.
The video below shows user in details, and step by step, how to size compression stockings or socks:
Also, you can read our blog on the same subject.
How to care for compression stockings? how to wash and dry them?
Taking care of compression stockings can help extend their useful life. To care for your compression socks, follow our tips below:
- Wear them with compression gloves or a stocking aid to prevent tears.
- Hand wash your compression stockings with mild soap. Do not use washer.
- Dry flat. Do not use dryer.
See also our detailed Care Instructions page.
How to put on compression stockings - socks easily?
To put on compression socks more easily, use compression gloves. In addition, these gloves evenly distribute the graduated compression on the legs and prevent damage to the fabric. See this tutorial on how to put on and take off compression stockings:
Another option would be to use a compression aid, especially if you have arthritis or if you have a lack of strength in your hands or arms. Stockings aids are particularly popular among seniors.
About Doctor Brace
To get to know us better, read our About Us Page
Doctor Brace is a North American brand. It aims to provide to its worldwide customer base premium graduated compression socks and stockings, knee braces, ankle braces, back braces, or other braces for active people.
At Doctor Brace, We care and understand perfectly the needs of every end-user.
When designing our products, we always do our best to deliver the best value for your expectations:
Top Quality + Effective Product + The Best Price
In reality, it's not a coincidence ... but a question of experience!
Doctor Brace's team has a combined experience of 40 years. Our business culture is based on ongoing research and development and in-depth knowledge of compression therapy and upper and lower body injuries.
We are constantly working hard not only to update the existing product offering of Doctor Brace but also to dynamically expand our product offering to meet all needs.
For Wholesale inquiries about Doctor Brace's products, don't hesitate to contact our sales department.
For more information about our products, browse our website to see our full selection of compression socks and braces.