What are Phlebological insoles?

Phlebological insoles are special shoe inserts designed to improve venous circulation in the lower extremities. They are often used to prevent and treat venous disorders, such as varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and venous insufficiency.

These insoles are typically made from materials that provide a gentle, yet firm support to the arch of the foot and heel, which helps to improve blood flow in the legs. They may also feature special pressure points or massaging elements that stimulate blood circulation and reduce swelling.

Phlebological insoles are commonly recommended by doctors and specialists for individuals who have a high risk of developing venous disorders, such as those with a family history of the condition, individuals who are overweight or obese, pregnant women, and those who spend long hours standing or sitting.

It’s important to note that while phlebological insoles can be helpful in managing venous conditions, they should always be used in conjunction with other treatments prescribed by a medical professional, such as compression stockings, exercise, and lifestyle changes.

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