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KCI LICENSING, INC

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KCI Licensing, Inc product line includes KCI V.A.C.® Therapy System to promote wound healing, tissue-based treatments to repair soft tissue defects in reconstructive, orthopedic and urogynecologic surgical procedures and specialty hospital beds, mattress replacement systems and overlays.

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Frequently asked questions

Yes, Compression socks are good for shin splints but they are not the complete cure to this condition. Compression socks help to make your injury feel better while recovery and they can possibly prevent a new injury from happening.

Yes, it is advisable to wear compression socks though the day or as directed by your medical practitioner. The size of the socks and the compression level must be carefully suggested. If worn correctly compression socks can help alleviate leg pains and many other conditions.

Yes, compression socks are good for restless legs but they should not be very tight to cut off the blood circulation.

Yes, compression socks are designed to help reduce the swelling in the feet, ankle and lower legs.

Yes, It is important to cover your feet, compression socks can improve your neuropathy by cushioning your feet against sudden injury.