Compression Devices

A compression device is a "compression alternative" which provides a wider range of compression than other traditional compression garments. Easy to use, it provides steady and comfortable resting compression, as well as higher working compression when the wearer is active. A compression device is usually worn after completion of complete decongestive therapy, or "CDT", and during the secondary or "maintenance" phase of Lymphedema treatment.

A wide array of compression devices have been designed to accommodate the body’s anatomical structure to include those which are designed specifically for the hands, the arm,and lower extremities such as the thigh, calf and foot.

A compression device may be an easy-to-apply alternative for patients who:

  • Struggle donning traditional compression garments, due to weak hand strength, bad back or inability to bend
  • Have nonstandard limb shapes
  • Have fragile skin or painful limbs that are easily aggravated by traditional compression garments
  • Suffer from frequent swelling fluctuation
  • Suffer from arterial disease and who cannot tolerate constant high compression levels

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  1. JoviPak Universal Neck Pad

    The universal neck pad was designed to address bilateral head and neck edema Learn More
  2. JoviPak Peri-Auricular Neck Pad

    The peri-auricular neck pad is uniquely designed and contoured to be worn with the JoviPak extended chin strap. It addresses both the peri-auricular and occipital nodal collection areas. Learn More
  3. JoviPak Chin Strap

    The JoviPak chin strap was designed to address edema of the neck, mandible and the anterior and lateral aspects of the face. The open neck seam creates a pocket between the two layers of fabric which can accommodate a choice of padding. The Velcro straps at the back of the neck and top of the head can be adjusted to the desired comfort level, making the garment suitable for overnight wear. Learn More

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