Core-Spun and EASE Knee High 20-30mmHg Compression Socks by Therafirm.

Four pairs of knee high compression stockings are covered 100% by Texas Medicaid and all Managed Medicaid Plans. Knee-high Compression stockings are also covered by some commercial insurance plans.


Classic Diamond                         Thin Line                                    Trendsetter

Core-Spun by Therafirm Patterned Knee High 20-30mmHg Gradient Compression Support Socks Feature:

  • 20-30 mmHg (the mean compression for an average ankle size)
  • Ultra stretchy yarns make the sock easier to put on
  • High-tech CoolMax® or X-STATIC® fibers wick away moisture for a dyer & more hygienic sock environment
  • Comfort designed top is non-restrictive while staying in place all day
  • Reinforced, comfortable heel and toe
  • Black and Navy colors contain X-STATIC silver fibers for moisture wicking
  • Nylon, Spandex, and Polyester
  • LATEX-FREE fibers for soft, cool comfort
  • Comes in four multiple patterns such as– Classic Diamond, Pink Argyle, Thin Line, and Trendsetter to name a few
  • 100% USA Made

EASE by Therafirm® Women’s Opaque Knee Highs 20-30mmHg Features

  • Ultra stretchy yarns for garments that are easier to put on and more comfortable to wear
  • Lab-tested true gradient compression gradually decreases towards the top of the stocking to promote blood flow
  • Soft, comfortable band is non-restrictive while staying in place all day
  • Moisture-wicking CoolMax fibers provide dry comfortable coolness
  • Super soft, breathable opaque material
  • Smooth toe seam
  • Reinforced toe for durability and rounded for a comfortable fit
  • Available in short and long lengths for best fit
  • Also available with silicone dot band
  • Fashionable color assortment
  • Made 100% in the USA
  • CoolMax Nylon/Lycra

Handwash in lukewarm or cold water with mild detergent. Lay flat to dry.

 Comes in four different colors: Black, Bronze, Natural, and Navy





    Why would I need Compression Stockings during my pregnancy?

    With pregnancy comes a whole new list of things that will start happening to your body. One of these things is swelling. Your body will produce about 50% more blood and bodily fluids when you are pregnant. This is a normal occurrence and is called edema. Pregnant women experience it on the face, hands, ankles, legs, and feet. You can experience swelling in your feet at any time during your pregnancy, but it is usually noticed around the fifth month and may increase during the third trimester. However, you need to know that even though swelling is normal it could also be something serious. There is a pregnancy condition called pre-eclampsia, which causes sudden swelling. If this happens, you need to contact your doctor immediately so that you can be monitored immediately.

    Compression stockings are a great way to combat swelling in the feet and ankles during pregnancy. If you experience cramps and pains in your swollen legs and feet, then compression stockings can do you wonders. Compression stockings can also help with varicose veins and stop them from spreading because the socks make it easier for blood to flow back to your heart. promote circulation and help the blood flow to your

    heart through the venous system. Compression stockings do this by adding gradual amounts of pressure to your leg. Most of the compression occurs at your ankles and gradually decreases as it wraps further up your leg. Compression stockings can also help with leg cramps, swelling, varicose veins, leg pain and help prevent deep vein thrombosis.

    Swelling in your feet is normal during pregnancy, but it can also be painful. You can relieve this pain and reduce the swelling using compression stockings. Compression stockings can help improve your blood circulation, relieve cramps, and help you to stop the puffiness in your feet.


    • To order 4 pair of insurance covered knee high compression stockings, click on “ORDER NOW”. Please remember to enter your weight, height, and shoe size so we can determine your compression stocking size. We will send the order to your doctor and contact you within 72 hours. Compression stockings are covered 100% by Texas Medicaid. Some managed Medicaid plans allow you to mix and match between knee highs and thigh highs. Superior Medicaid allow this mix and match while Community First only allows one kind. Most commercial plans cover compression stockings, but require a deductible. Compression stockings are also available for purchase through