Interested in better recovery after sport and travel? Wearing effective, tailored compression is a proven way to increase muscle recovery, reduce soreness and decrease risk of DVT – and we’re delighted to be able to offer Isobar custom-fit compression made for your specific size and need.
Compression is about more than just a tight pair of socks. It is important that compression garments fit well to deliver maximum effectiveness and also to ensure there is no tight top band, which can cause a tourniquet effect.
At Capital Physio, we’re pleased to offer Isobar Compression garments which are the result of 12 years of medical research. We use a 3D scanner to take a non-contact scan of your limbs, from which we order an exact-fit graduated compression garment to be engineered for your exact shape and size. Isobar socks and sleeves are a perfect fit and the right pressure is maintained after 100 wash cycles so they are a good investment in your health.
Book in for a free 15-minute consultation with one of our specialists today by calling 0330 333 0435 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
What is included in the 15-min consultation?
This free consultation is for patients who are unsure whether socks are required. Should the patient then decide within this consultation that they would like to purchase any garments, they can either have the scan within the 15-minutes (if time permits) or book in for a 30-minute ‘Compression scan’ appointment – free of charge.
What is included in the 30-min Isobar compression scan session?
This appointment will allow for your physiotherapist to conduct the 3D scan of your required limb(s). Rather than a range of pressure, the patient will get a bespoke fit, with an exact pressure to 1mmHg.
You will be required to fill in your details on the iPad device to enable the garments to be delivered to your delivery location of choice (UK only). Once payment for the garments has been received, the scans will then be sent by your physiotherapist to Isobar with delivery expected with 7-10 working days for standard delivery).
Who is this for?
Isobar compression garments are suitable for those who frequently play sports and want to speed up the recovery process, or perhaps regularly fly long-haul. These help to reduce risk of DVT and leg swelling.
Does my insurance cover this service?
Unfortunately, this is not included in any insurance cover and only available on a self-funding basis.
How much does a compression garment cost?
- Below-knee socks (open or closed toe)
- Calf Sleeves
- Arm Sleeves
- Any full leg socks/sleeves