The right choice for your dressing aid!
If you suffer from limited flexibility, this does not mean that you can not wear compression stockings and compression pants yourself. With the right donning aid your feet glide effortlessly into the support stockings or the compression tights. The stocking aid is easy to use. First put the stocking or pantyhose in the stirrup and stripe the stocking over the stirrup until the toe tip appears on the horseshoe edge. Then put the dressing aid on the floor and slip your toes forward into the toe of the stocking. Once this is done, you can step into the footstep with your foot and gently pull the support sock in the direction of your knees by repeatedly pulling and giving it. Once you reach this position, simply tilt the pull-on aid slightly back and set it aside. Now you only have to strip the compression stocking upwards and you're ready to put on a compression stocking with the donning aid.
As mentioned above, there are different types of dressing aids. On the one hand for compression stockings and on the other for compression tights. For example, there are also special dressing aids for people who need an edema therapy and who find it difficult to put on compression stockings due to their particularly strong calves. In order to be able to give you a particularly firm hold, there are special variants of tightening aids to which extra two retaining clips are attached. In our shop you will find a variety of different dressing aids that are specially adapted to your needs.