AthleticCompression.com continues its growth as Aleva Stores adds McDavid to its inventory.
McDavid’s roots trace back to 1969 when Dr. Robert F. McDavid designed and developed what was to become the...read more
|I am not a diabetic, but I just received the black diabetic socks I ordered and I am so hooked. Never did I expect to have my feet feel like this! These socks are heavenly. I really don't ever want to take them off! They actually make my feet feel very very soft. These socks are the best. I love the jobst knee hi's, too. They never never run or tear. Plus they make your legs feel great. I feel like I have a great secret!
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Makes taking compression stockings off a breeze. PLUS... it acts as a long-handled shoehorn as well! This product comes highly recommended and is the first doffing aid of its kind.
IT'S AS SIMPLE AS...
1. Slide the tip of the horn under the topband of the stocking.
2. Now push the handle gently downwards: the far end of the horn slides down along your calf and then over your heel. During the whole process the inner surface of the horn should remain in contact with your skin. At the same time the "tooth" helps push the stocking downwards. In order to regain contact with your skin you can start again with the horn a little higher and then continue with the downward movement if necessary.
3. As soon as you reach your heel lift your heel up. Then tilt the stick downwards a little to guide the horn along the underside of your foot. Caution: Make sure you do not press the stocking against the ground with the doffing aid. Otherwise the stocking may be damaged. Now push the handle forwards gently: the stocking slides off you foot but stays on the horn.
4. Now you can pick the stocking off the aid without having to bend down.