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Compression garments tightly squeeze the skin for medical purposes and may be worn for a variety of reasons. For instance, they may be recommended after certain kinds of surgery, for people who are non-ambulatory for a time., for those who suffer from conditions like varicose veins or deep vein thrombosis, and also for those patients who have edema or hypertrophic scars from burns.

Compression garments provide a three-dimensional stretch to support the tissue and provide comfort while healing and are made up of breathable, anti-microbial fabrics for easy usage. They can be stitched on the patients' demands or are also available in a variety of standard sizes for nearly every region of the body.


  • Promote Healing - The body responds to surgical procedures by sending fluid to the site of the surgery, causing swelling. The use of a compression garment reduces the amount of fluid buildup, which means less swelling.

  • Prevent Bruising - Along with swelling, bruising is common at surgical sites. For example, liposuction can disrupt blood vessels as the cannula has to pass through the subcutaneous tissue, which causes bruising. Compression garments reduce the likelihood of bruises by keeping red blood cells from percolating toward the epidermis.

  • Minimize Scarring - Compression garments hold the site of the surgery together and provide stability. They hold the skin to the recently contoured areas and allow the wound to heal while limiting the extent of scarring.

  • Reduce Infections - By enclosing the site of the surgery, these garments keep contaminants away from the wound.

Contact Invigo Rehab (0091-9315414056, 0091-8800973649) to ask about our range of pre-fabricated as well as customized compression garments.

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