Compression garments are recommended for people who have swelling or are at risk for swelling. They are fit and worn primarily on the arms and legs, but can also be used on other parts of the body.
During and after cancer treatment, people may experience swelling, known as lymphedema. Compression garments are used to help reduce the risk of swelling. Other things that can cause temporary swelling are flying on airplanes, pregnancy, or other medical conditions.
Shine’s trained staff will help you with selecting the right product and achieve the proper fit of Juzo compression garments for upper and lower extremities. Measurement for custom garments is available with an appointment. Please call us (206) 288-7560 if we can be of assistance. We also offer overt-the-counter travel socks.
View our Compression Garments Price List (PDF).
We are open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and are located next to the SCCA House at 207 Pontius Ave N, Suite 101, Seattle, 98109. Enjoy a 7 to 10-minute walk or take the free shuttle from SCCA. Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org; (206) 288-7560 (p) or (206) 288-7167 (fax).
Compression garments are recommended for people who have swelling or are at risk for swelling. Compression garments are fit and worn primarily on limbs but can also be used on other parts of the body. Compression garments are used by people after cancer treatment for swelling (commonly known as lymphedema), to help reduce the risk of swelling when flying, or during pregnancy or other medical conditions that can cause temporary swelling.