The Measure of Compression

Understanding mmHg

In the world of compression wear, you may have come across the term "mmHg." But what does it mean? mmHg stands for millimeters of mercury and is used to measure the level of compression in compression garments like Copper Compression products. It represents the amount of pressure exerted on the body's tissues by the garment.

The Copper Advantage

Laboratory Tested Compression

We take pride in our commitment to quality and have gone the extra mile by subjecting our sleeves to rigorous laboratory testing. Unlike other brands, our lab-tested compression sleeves ensure optimal performance and deliver the support you need, backed by science and proven results. Experience the difference with Copper Compression.

How it Works

Copper Compression offers a range of compression levels, which provide targeted support to specific areas, promoting circulation, reducing swelling, and aiding in recovery.

Whether you're looking for relief from everyday discomfort or assistance with a specific medical condition, Copper Compression has you covered with compression solutions tailored to your needs.

The PowerKnit™ Elbow Sleeve

offers remarkable benefits for your elbow health. This optimal compression range provides targeted support to the muscles and tendons surrounding the elbow joint, aiding in pain relief and promoting recovery. The gentle yet effective compression helps to reduce inflammation and swelling, which are common in conditions like tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, and tendonitis. By improving blood circulation, the PowerKnit Elbow Sleeve enhances oxygen and nutrient delivery to the affected area, facilitating the healing process. Whether you're an athlete seeking extra support during workouts or an individual recovering from an elbow injury, the PowerKnit Elbow Sleeve's 15-20mmHg compression level can provide the necessary comfort and relief.

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The PowerKnit™ Knee Sleeve

with a compression level of 15-20mmHg, is a game-changer. This innovative knee sleeve offers targeted compression to the muscles, ligaments, and tendons around the knee joint, providing stability and reducing pain. The 15-20mmHg compression level helps to alleviate discomfort associated with conditions like arthritis, runner's knee, and joint inflammation. By promoting circulation and reducing swelling, the PowerKnit Knee Sleeve supports the recovery process, allowing you to engage in daily activities or workouts with increased confidence. Whether you're an active individual seeking extra knee support or someone looking to manage chronic knee pain, the PowerKnit Knee Sleeve's 15-20mmHg compression level can enhance your overall knee health.

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PowerKnit™ Compression Socks

offer exceptional benefits for your lower leg and foot health. This compression range is particularly beneficial for individuals who experience discomfort from conditions like plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, or swollen feet and ankles. The 15-20mmHg compression gently compresses the muscles, tendons, and blood vessels in the lower leg, promoting blood flow, reducing swelling, and providing support. By improving circulation and minimizing fatigue, our compression socks allow you to stay on your feet longer and engage in activities with less pain and discomfort. Whether you're on your feet all day or recovering from a foot or ankle injury, the 15-20mmHg compression level of these socks can significantly contribute to your lower leg and foot health.

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Find the Right Compression Level

Light Compression: <15 mmHg

Ideal for individuals seeking mild support and relief from everyday leg fatigue, swelling, or discomfort. These gentle compression levels promote healthy circulation and can be beneficial during long periods of sitting, travel, and the following conditions:

● Aching Legs

● Diabetes

● Heavy legs - minor

● Maintain leg health

● Swelling - minor

● Tired Legs - minor

Moderate Compression: 15-20 mmHg

Ideal for daily wear and relief from everyday leg discomfort, swelling, and fatigue. Moderate compression garments help with the following conditions:

● Aching Legs

● Economy Class Syndrome

● Edema - mild

● Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)

● Heavy legs - mild

● Pregnancy

● Swelling - mild

● Spider Veins

● Tired Legs - mild

● Varicose Veins - mild

Medical Grade: >20 mmHg

These higher compression levels provide increased support and promote better circulation, helping to alleviate swelling, reduce pain, and enhance overall recovery. Consult with a healthcare professional to determine if heavy compression is right for your specific needs. Recommended for these specific medical conditions:

● Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

● Dysautonomia (POTS)

● Edema

● Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)

● Lymphedema

● May-Thurner Syndrome (MTS)

● Orthostatic Hypotension

● Post-Surgical

● Swelling

● Varicose Veins

● Venous Insufficiency