Second Strage garments continue the healing process. As recovery progresses and your newly sculpted body is now accumulating less fluid, less swelling; your doctor may prescribe a Second Stage Garment. This change continues the proper compression needed for healing. The second stage garment, lacks hooks and zippers making it easy to slip on and off, as you resume your daily activities.
As recovery progresses and the newly sculpted body is accumulating less fluid your doctor may prescribe a Second Stage Garment This garment maybe worn for fewer hours in the day. The second stage garment, lacks hooks and zippers making it easy to slip on and off
Contemporary Design, Inc.’s Second Stage Compression Girdles provide additional compression and support during later stage (2-8 weeks post-op and onwards) of recovery. Worn once your Stage One garment (worn during initial 1-2 weeks of post-op) is no longer appropriate, this Stage Two garment also helps improve blood circulation, minimizes any swelling that remains, accelerates the healing process, and allows the patient to return to daily routines sooner. This compression garment also provides support to surgical areas for more comfort and helps the skin fit better to it new contours. In addition to being designed for skin retracting and body shaping, this garment is made to be particularly comfortable for long-term wear.
Contemporary Design, Inc.’s Second Stage Compression Girdles (available in varied styles and lengths,) are ideal for providing continued healing compression and support to the abdominals and hips, flanks, thighs and calves throughout the extended recovery process (typically 2 – 8 weeks post-op). Also ideal for post-natal compression, these garments are easy to wear, for they have no hook & eye or zippers. They usually feature a front reinforcement panel, a 2” or 4” waistband. Made with our comfortable SuperSilky fabric, which is lightweight, breathable, and wicks away moisture; or a compressive poly/spandex blend; each provides a fully contoured fit.
Knowing how to measure yourself correctly and getting the right size for your garment is the most crucial step of selecting a garment. For this reason, please view the Size Chart found under our Fitting Room Tab.
Please contact us via e-mail at email@example.com or phone at 800-330-6300. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about our compression garments, or suggest a product that may be right for you.
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