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The Whiteley Clinic becomes the first official Isobar Compression Scanning Centre

by – February 7, 2017

The Whiteley Clinic in Guildford to provide world-leading Isobar Compression garments to reduce DVTs

The Whiteley Clinic in Guildford, has become the first official Isobar Compression Scanning Centre, providing scanning for the world’s most precise compression garments clinically proven to reduce the risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).

Isobar Compression is the world’s only exact-fit compression garment clinically proven to reduce the risk of DVT from frequent and long-haul flights, as well as helping patients suffering from vascular conditions such as leg ulcers and lymphoedema. Isobar Compression also aids athletic recovery by reducing muscle soreness.

Isobar’s patented technology includes taking a 3D scan of the patient’s leg or arm, capturing 260,000 different data points from which a personalised garment is knitted. Importantly, Isobar garments deliver the exact pressure a patient or customer needs for their condition or travel need. Because each compression sock or sleeve is bespoke, maximum comfort is delivered while providing health benefits.

Compression is clinically proven to help increase blood flow (venous return) back to the heart – which reduces DVT and helps heal as well as prevent conditions such as leg ulcers.”

The Whiteley Clinic is proud to be able to offer the Isobar system for measuring and manufacturing compression garments, tailored precisely to each patient. This fits in with our own research led approach where we tailor each venous procedure to the individual patient, ensuring the lowest recurrence rate from venous surgery that is possible to obtain. We feel that Isobar reflects our own values in providing the very best for our patients, tailored to their exact requirements.

For more information, please visit www.isobar-compression.com
or contact us at info@thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk
or 01483 477180

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