Below Knee Compression Garments (Women)
Design Veronique Below Knee Support Garments
After 23 years of design innovation, patent approvals, and FDA certifications, Design Veronique’s product line has swelled to include over 85 Postsurgical Medical Compression products to assist patients in healing.
How Can Below Knee Support Garments Benefit My Healing Journey?
Lower body garments can provide support and compression to various parts of the body after liposuction, including the lower abdomen, flanks, hips, thighs, knees, and calves. Lower body garments cover the lower body down from the waist. You can choose full body garments of different lengths, including below-the-knee, above-the-knee, or mid-thigh lengths. You may choose a below-the-knee lower body garment after liposuction of the lower abdomen, flanks, hips, thighs, knees, and calves. An above-the-knee lower body garment provides compression to the lower abdomen, flanks, hips and thighs. The third category of lower body garments are mid-thigh garments that may be used after liposuction of the lower abdomen, flanks and hips. Moreover, lower body compression garments can be worn after a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty).
Following liposuction, your doctor will ask you to wear a compression garment. Wearing a compression garment after liposuction is essential to improve blood circulation, minimize swelling after the procedure, flush the body out of potentially harmful fluids, accelerate the healing process, and allow the patient to return to daily routines sooner. A compression garment also provides support to surgical areas for more comfort and helps the skin fit better to its new contours. Depending on your doctor, you may need to wear compression garments during both the First Stage (initial 1-2 weeks of post-op) and Second Stage (2-8 weeks post-op) of recovery. For this reason, you may need to get both a First Stage garment and a Second Stage garment. Our store features a wide variety of First and Second Stage garments. Compression garments are worn like long underwear underneath your clothing. Read more about First & Second Stage Garments.