Solaris Swell Spots Thora-Thigh Pad
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SwellSpots™ are professionally designed treatment pads that tuck into garments or under bandages. Use them any time, day or night, to address particularly troublesome areas of edema, fill concavities, or diffuse pressure points. Each Swell Spot is made to to address particularly troublesome areas of edema. Whether it is filling concavities, contouring over and around prominence, or just padding bony areas, these small Swell Spots™ offer big relief!
Swell Spots™ utilize the same core principles of fluid dynamics and lymphatic stimulation as the Tribute™ and Caresia™ lymphedema products. When used with your bandaging or compression garment protocol, Swell Spots' unique foam particles nestle into tissue to create localized tissue stretch and pressure differential. This tissue stretch opens initial lymphatic gaps to encourage re-absorbtion of interstitial fluids and particles. This means Swell Spots™ help break up fibrosis and move fluid where it needs to go!
Most of the Swell Spots™ use grey colored fabric which has a unique purpose. The grey fabric is specifically designed to be used against your skin in order to provide a gentle grip, keeping your Swell Spot™ in place and helping to create the localized tissue stretch necessary to move fluid and break up fibrosis.
Easy to Use, Easy to Care For- Swell Spots are made with the same materials that we use in each of the Tribute garments, that means that taking care of your Swell Spots™ is as easy as using them in your current lymphedema protocols. To wash your Swell Spots™, just toss them in your washing machine with a normal load of laundry and machine dry (remember, do not use bleach or fabric softeners in the washing and drying process). For additional care instructions and helpful hints, please refer to your Swell Spots™ user guide.
*Versatile pad designed for use at the chest, groin, medial thigh, and ankle
- Measurements should be taken in the morning when swelling is at a minimum.
- Measure against bare skin, not over clothing.
- Feet should be flat on the floor.