medi USA News

The best compression for boots

It’s officially winter, which means the days are short and it’s getting colder and colder.  We’re probably all wearing some form of winter boots to beat the elements outside and help stay warm. If compression is a part of your daily life, it can be difficult to know what compression sock is best suited for

Read More »

medi for help

medi® has long been known as a leading provider of compression therapy garments to treat lymphatic and venous conditions, but did you know that medi also has a nonprofit organization that lends sustainable assistance to people in crises areas by providing improvements in clinical care, medical training and education? medi for help was inaugurated by

Read More »

medi® USA launches mediven® comfort sculpt

Reduce leg pain and shape waist in new compression leggings WHITSETT, N.C., December 1, 2021 — Medical device manufacturer medi® USA announces the release of its new medical compression legging for improving vein and leg health. The mediven comfort sculpt is the newest addition to medi’s robust collection of venous health products. The mediven comfort sculpt

Read More »

Use it or lose it!

We are getting close to the busiest time of the year – the holidays! Time can quickly get away from us with all the to-dos we put on our schedules. But, as you make the most of the upcoming holiday season, it’s important you don’t forget about your healthcare benefits, too. Now is the time

Read More »

Modern Compression

Compression stockings have come a long way, although one thing has remained the same – they help our tired, achy or swollen legs. Medical compression stockings provide a graduated pressure on the leg that pushes the blood from the bottom of the legs into the deep venous system, allowing blood to return to the heart.

Read More »

Debunking myths for breast-cancer survivors

For many years, breast cancer survivors have been given a laundry-list of warnings to heed post breast cancer treatment. These encompass but are not limited to not lifting anything over 5 pounds and avoiding manicures, saunas and even gardening. Why you might ask? These types of activities were thought to lead to lymphedema, causing swelling

Read More »

medi USA Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter

Share this content:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Scroll to Top