Juzo Compression Garments

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Since 1912, Juzo has been a pioneer of new technologies, whether it’s designing a more comfortable garment or incorporating other technological advances such as our has always been that medical garments should not inhibit a person’s lifestyle. We have led the compression therapy garment industry in creating a high quality product that offers its customers freedom in motion and, in turn, the freedom to maintain their active lifestyle.

Compression is used to help with many different problems associated with a persons extremities (arms and legs). Our certified fitter is on site to take care of your needs!

An appointment is highly suggested if you have been prescribed a compression above 20 mmHg.


Juzo Compression Stockings

Juzo Basic and Basic Casual
A moderately priced compression garment. Available in many styles.
15-20 mmHg, 20-30 mmHg and 30-40 mmHg
Open or closed toe. Lower and upper extremity
Juzo Cotton Sock OTC
Comfortable breathable dress cotton knit support sock, perfect for travel or long periods of standing. Sized by shoe size.
15-20 mmHg
Closed toe. Lower extremity
Juzo Silver Sole OTC
Comfort sock with silver knitted in the sole. Recommended for diabetics or those with sensitive feet. Sized by shoe size.
Mild compression. Lower Extremity
Juzo Naturally Sheer
Fashion hosiery with the benefit of compression therapy, the new Juzo Naturally Sheer stockings fit your style & lifestyle. Excellent wear for a sheer stocking.
15-20 mmHg, 20-30 mmHg and 30-40 mmHg
Open or closed toe. Lower extremity
Juzo Attractive Sheer OTC
Sheer and attractive over-the-counter support stockings, sized by shoe size or height and weight.
70 denier for 5070, 140 denier for 5140. Providing relief for tired, achy legs.
10-15 mmHg and 15-20 mmHg
Closed toe. Lower extremity
Juzo Dynamic
All Purpose – Best seamless garment for edema and lymphedema containment. All of the attributes, styles, and features provide many compression options and solutions.
20-30 mmHg, 30-40 mmHg and 40-50 mmHg
Open or closed toe. Lower and upper extremity

How to put on compression stockings


Frequently Asked about Juzo

When to wear garment?

First thing in the morning and remove at the end of the day.

When should I purchase a new compression garment?

Every 6 months or as therapy progresses and new symptoms develop.

Can I use lotions & ointments? What about Latex allergies?

Juzo® compression garments are LATEX FREE using high quality Lycra® covered with textile fibers that offer wearing comfort, air permeability, and are largely resistance to sun, ointments, lotions and perspiration.

Where can I find material content, size and style?

A tag sewn inside provides details of the garment.

What’s inside a Juzo compression package?

Care and application brochure highlight use and related information. Open toe stockings include a donning device “open toe slippie” and instructions.

What does graduated compression mean?

Compression begins at the ankle and decreases up the leg. For arm sleeves, the compression begins at the wrist and decreases moving up the arm.

How to wash your garment?

Washing helps restore the garment back to form.

  • Hand or machine wash warm daily.
  • Use the lowest permanent press setting.
  • Garment bag is recommended.
  • Separate dark colors from other clothing.
  • Use Juzo® washing detergent or another mild soap.

DO NOT USE: bleach, chlorine, fabric softeners, or other laundry additives.