When your legs need support.

Are you legs heavy and tired? Do they have varicose veins? Do you have cramps and difficulty recovering after a workout? If so, we have the compression stocking you need.

How does compression work?

The primary function of compression socks is to promote the return of blood to the heart by compressing the leg veins. To be effective, the compression must be "degressive", i.e. stronger at the extremities of the limb, then weaker and weaker as we move up towards the body. The measurement compression level is in millimetres of mercury (mmhg). The lightest low supports have a compression of 15-20mmhg. While medical compression stockings have a higher compression, about 20-30mmhg and sometimes more. For this reason, it is important to consult an orthotist in order to be well advised.

Comfortable and aesthetic

Compression socks have evolved a lot in recent years. Whether it is for chic compression socks or more comfortable ones, our qualified orthotists are able to find the perfectly adapted sock for your condition and lifestyle. Innovative knitting technologies such as microfibre or copper fibre have made their appearance, and today make it possible to offer you discreet and comfortable stockings.

Socks adapted to athletes

Often associated with the medical field, compression socks are now widely used by amateur and high level athletes. Compressive socks offer several beneficial effects including a decrease in lactic acid accumulation and a decrease in muscle cramps. When used preventively, compressive therapy allows athletes to increase their training volume while reducing their risk of injury.

The diagnosis

The compression socks of the EVO Laboratory can be used in different contexts. Technological advances now allow orthotists to deal with a multitude of issues. Compressive therapy is an easy treatment to follow and the results are sometimes surprising.

Diagnostic Pathways

Venous insufficiency (varicose veins)

Muscle cramps


Increased recovery



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