Why choose Norco Therapeutic Compression Gloves?
- Soothes pain and reduces swelling in arthritic hands
- Provides warmth and compression for soothing soft tissue edema and arthritic joint pain
- Open fingertips provide users with complete freedom to feel, touch and grip, so, daily tasks can be performed hassle-free.
- Made of soft, silky nylon and spandex blend, with seams on the outside for smooth edema control
- Gloves provide 15 to 25 mm Hg of soft, gentle, even compression to edematous tissue.
- Over the Wrist Length measures 3" (7.6cm) proximal to the wrist crease.
- To size, measure palm circumference
Edema Gloves Care Instructions
Machine wash in cold water, on the gentle cycle. Lay flat and air dry. If excess thread is found, do not cut. Trimming may cause seam to unravel.
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When to Use Norco Therapeutic Gloves?
Therapeutic compression gloves are used in a lot of treatments. The 2 most common treatments for which compression gloves are used are listed below:-
Hand edema is inflammation, swelling or fluid collection in hand. Edema is the body’s response to healing itself, but, large amounts and/or long-term swelling can cause permanent impairment and affect one’s ability to perform daily activities.
Signs of acute edema are - Redness, warmth, throbbing, swelling, decreased mobility and use, tingling numbness and pain.
Chronic hand edema can be hard or soft and, typically is not warm, red or throbbing; however, it can be painful and cause scarring and/or decreased function.
How does Norco Compression Gloves help cure Edema?
Compression gloves apply pressure to user's hands and fingers which deters the collection of excess fluids in the infected areas and helps relieve pain and promotes healing, allowing the user to freely use their hand.
Arthritis is an informal way of referring to joint pain or joint disease. People of all ages and sexes can have arthritis. It occurs more frequently as people get older.
Common arthritis joint symptoms include swelling, pain, stiffness and decreased range of motion. They may stay about the same for years, but may progress or get worse over time.
Severe arthritis can result in chronic pain and inability to do daily activities. Arthritis can cause permanent joint changes. These changes may be visible, such as knobby finger joints, but often the damage can only be seen on X-ray.
How do Therapeutic Compression Gloves help cure Arthritis?
These gloves are designed to help relieve aches, pains, and stiffness associated with arthritis of the hands. The unique design provides mild compression for warmth and helps increase circulation, which ultimately reduces pain and promotes healing.
Norco Compression Glove Size Chart
||Less Than 7"
||7" to 8"
||7-1/2" to 8-1/2"
||8" to 10"