Juzo Malleo 717 Ankle Support 30-40mmHg

Juzo Malleo 717 Ankle Support 30-40mmHg
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Model 3512AB1

Juzo Malleo 717 Seamless Ankle Support 30-40mmHg 

3512AB Juzo Malleo 717 Compression Ankle Support 30 to 40 mmHg Contour realizes you are searching for relief when you are suffering from a degenerative joint disease. We offer the Juzo Malleo 717 Ankle Compression Support. We have been providing comfortable compression garments for over 30 years, made in the USA. Contact our helpful customer service team when you need assistance.
Juzo Malleo 717 Ankle Support Provides:
Compression strength of 30-40 mmHg for support
Seamless comfort
Made of a breathable opaque knit that is soft
Suggested for post-traumatic edema and degenerative joint disease
Latex free

Recommended for:
  • Degenerative Joint Disease
  • Post-Traumatic Edema
30-40 mmHg (CCL 2) Very Firm Gradient Compression Indication Guide:
  • Chronic venous insufficiency
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Post-thrombotic syndrome
  • Severe varicose veins
  • Severe edema / lymphedema
  • Venous ulcer
  • Lymphedema
  • Orthostatic hypotension
Fiber Content: 75% Polyamide, 25% Lycra Spandex

Made in the USA.  
Washing instructions

30-40mmHg - Extra Firm Compression

  • Helps prevent and relieve severe varicose veins
  • Used in the treatment of severe edema and lymphedema
  • Used in post-surgical and post-sclerotherapy treatment to help prevent the reappearance of varicose and spider veins
  • Helps reduce symptoms of Orthostatic Hypotension and Postural Hypotension
  • For the management of Venous Ulcers and manifestations of Post-Thrombotic Syndrome (PTS)
  • Prevents deep vein thrombosis (DVT), also known as economy class syndrome
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How to Measure

If you ever have a question or problem please feel free to call us Toll Free at 800-982-0939. All of our employees are very knowledgeable and can help you with all your questions.

Knee Hi
Measure the ankle circumference above the anklebone (narrowest part).

Measure thickest part of the calf.

Determine the length by measuring from the crease of the knee to bottom of the heel. -
For a closed toe please include your shoe size.

Half Thigh
Measure the ankle circumference above the anklebone (narrowest part).

Measure the circumference at mid-thigh.

Determine the length by measuring from the mid-thigh to the bottom of the heel. -

Thigh Hi
Measure the ankle circumference above the anklebone (narrowest part).

Measure the thigh circumference at the groin around one leg.

Determine the length by measuring from under the buttocks to the bottom of the heel. -

Measure the ankle circumference above the anklebone (narrowest part).

Measure the thigh circumference at the groin around one leg.

Measure around Hip and Waist

Determine the length by measuring from under the buttocks to the bottom of the heel. -

Remember to measure your bare leg when swelling is at a minimum.


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Rated 4 by
Having lived with lymphedema 68 years and diagnosed and wearing garments for 40, I can attest that properly fitted garments are the key to success in surviving this disease. In my experience, the surgical garment mean more than doctors and therapists combined, and yet we need their help for fitting and emergencies. As I have both lymphedema and lipedema, my ankles are problematic and very difficult to control. While it by no means fixes anything, using the ankle brace on top of my stocking prevents excessive lymphatic fluid from pooling in the foot, and provides additional strengthening to weakened ankles. Proper fit is a must as this kind of static pressure can be maddening at rest.
Rated 3 by
These are pretty darn tight! Often I have to take them off because they cut off the circulation in my foot. I wish they were shorter, the top tends to roll down, they don't lay flat.

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Q: Can you help me with sizing?
A: You can view the size chart here: size chart
You will need accurate measurements, so first learn how to measure.
Q: What is compression? What is the difference in compression?
A: You wear compression stockings to improve blood flow in your legs. Compression stockings gently squeeze your legs to move blood up your legs. This helps prevent leg swelling and, to a lesser extent, blood clots.
Q: What does mmHg mean?
A: mmhg stands for "millimeter of mercury", a way to measure pressure. The higher the number, the tighter the garment will squeeze and the more compression it provides.
Q: How can we wash the garments? And with which soap or detergent?
A: We recommend to hand wash in warm water and air dry. You can use mild soup of the washing solution that we provide such as the jobst jolastic, hosiery mate washing solution, sigvaris liquid washing solution etc. See our full washing instructions.
Q: What is the difference between open toe and close toe?
A: There is no therapeutic difference between open and closed toe socks. The choice is yours, whichever is more comfortable.
Q: What is opaque?
A: Opaque is a thicker material that provides great coverage and your skin will be far less visible. Usually worn in winter because of the thickness.
Q: What is sheer?
A: Sheer is a thinner, dressier material. Customer usually like these because they can use them as dress socks for work or church.
Q: Do I get compression at the toe area?
A: No. Compression begins at the ankle and gradually lessens as it goes up the leg. This reduces pooling in the legs and helps the veins return blood to the heart.
Q: Will a thicker material give me more support than the sheer material?
A: No. The compression provided is measured by mmHg and is the same no matter the material. The choice of material is up to you, whichever is more comfortable.
Q: If I get pantyhose will I get more compression than with a knee-hi?
A: No.