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Foams & Padding

Foams and padding are an integral part of compression bandaging and play a key role in complete decongestive therapy, or "CDT", which is performed to reduce limb volume. (read more)

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  1. JoviPak Rectangle Pad

    The slimline rectangular pads are for use anywhere additional pressure is needed to provide better therapeutic results. Particularly useful on the lateral chest wall, anterior tibialis or lateral aspect of the forearm. Learn More
  2. JoviPak Serratus Anterior Pad

    The serratus anterior pad directs lymph flow laterally down to the inquinals and posteriorly toward the spine. This pad fits into most mastectomy or standard bras. Learn More
  3. JoviPak Serratus Anterior with Axilla Pad

    The serratus anterior pad, with the attached axilla pad, as designed to cover the breast and across the sternum to help direct lymph flow laterally down to the inguinals and posteriorly toward the spine. Learn More
  4. JoviPak Unilateral Post-Mastectomy Pad

    The unilateral post-mastectomy pad is for the mastectomy patient with chest wall edema or radiation fibrosis over the anterior chest wall and the serratus anterior, but having normal lymph drainage on the unaffected side. Learn More
  5. Klose Training Pre-cut Foam - Dorsum Foot Piece

    Pre-cut foam pieces, as used in the Klose Training Lymphedema Certification courses, are convenient and will save you the time, effort and extra cost of purchasing large foam rolls and cutting the individual pieces Learn More

  6. Komprex II 65cm x 65cm

    Komprex® II "spaghetti foam" is an excellent padding source, but at the same time, it’s unique surface provides a firm but gentle micro massaging effect that helps soften fibrotic tissues and thickened skin Learn More

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