Calf Sleeve - Level 1 Primary Protection
Level 1 Primary Protection
A compression garment that provides mild compression and support to the calf muscle. It is designed for individuals who have mild to moderate calf muscle pain, fatigue, or swelling. Here are some situations when someone might use a Level 1 Primary Protection calf sleeve:
Physical activity: The calf sleeve can be worn during physical activity, such as running, hiking, or cycling, to provide support and improve circulation to the calf muscle. The compression can help to reduce muscle vibration, which can reduce the risk of injury and improve performance.
Recovery: The calf sleeve can be worn during the recovery phase after a calf muscle injury, such as a strain or sprain. The compression can help to reduce swelling and inflammation, promote healing, and reduce pain.
Prevention: The calf sleeve can be worn as a preventive measure to reduce the risk of calf muscle injuries. This can be particularly important for athletes or individuals who engage in high-impact sports or activities. Medical conditions: The calf sleeve can be worn to provide relief for individuals who suffer from medical conditions that affect the calf muscle, such as venous insufficiency, varicose veins, or lymphedema.
A Level 1 Primary Protection calf sleeve can be a helpful tool for individuals who suffer from mild to moderate calf muscle pain, fatigue, or swelling. However, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional before using a calf sleeve to ensure that it is appropriate for your individual needs and condition.
To find your correct size stand and measure the calf in question (you knew this). Measure at the fullest part of the calf. When ordering a pair, take measurements on both calves and use the average of the results. Size small fits 12 - 14 inches, size medium fits 14 - 15 inches, size large fits 15 - 17 inches and size extra large fits 17 - 18 inches.