Preview the Juzo Dream Colors for Fall/Winter 2015

Preview The New Juzo Dream Colors for Fall/Winter 2015!!

It’s that time again! With Fall right around the corner, we are welcoming warm socks, jeans and comfy jackets back into our wardrobes. Every six months, Juzo introduces a new set of Dream Colors available in their Juzo Soft and Naturally Sheer collections. As always, we have a sneak peek of the colors for this Fall and Winter!

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Juzo Dream colors are available in solid colors, tie-dye, black tie-dye and sheer styles in knee highs, thigh highs, leggings, pantyhose, armsleeves and gauntlets in a variety of options to find the perfect garment for you. The Juzo Dream Collection is available in 15-20mmHg, 20-30mmHg and 30-40mmHg compression levels. All tie-dye garments are made to order, so no garment is alike.

A few of the popular Dream Colors from the Spring/Summer collection – Boho Berry, Mystic Waters and Pink – are featured again for this Fall and Winter. These colors are available in a large variety of styles and sizes. You can check them out below. If you want to order any of the 2015 Spring/Summer Dream Colors, make sure to do it before they sell out for good!

Juzo Dream Boho Berry, Pink and Mystic Waters

Check back soon for the revealing of the Fall/Winter 2015 Juzo Dream Collection!

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Should A Gauntlet Be Worn With A Compression Sleeve… Continued

Several weeks ago we did a blog about compression gauntlets.   Are they necessary if there’s no sign of lymphedema in the hand?  Based on the responses of the lymphedema therapists in the workshop we wrote about, the answer is a definite yes.

Our friend Josh Levin at LympheDivas read our blog and sent a link to a white paper on their website that covers the same subject matter.  The paper was written by Dr. Andrea Cheville, Associate Professor of Physical Medicine at the Mayo Clinic.  Dr. Cheville treated Josh’s sister Rachel, one of the founders of LympheDivas.

Like our lymphedema therapists, Dr. Cheville recommends the use of a glove or gauntlet with a sleeve.  This is especially true when taking part in activities that increase lymph production, like airplane travel, exercise, and repetitive activities.  Dr. Ceville likens a gauntlet to buying insurance.  The risk of getting lymphedema in the hand is present for all with lymphedema in the arm.  Using a gauntlet offers protection against that risk.

You can read the entire paper by Dr. Cheville here: USE OF GAUNTLETS AND COMPRESSION SLEEVES IN LYMPHEDEMA MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION

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