Open or closed, with toe compartment or relief zones: That feeling of comfort in medical compression stockings
Every foot is different: Depending on the anatomy and disease in question, patients have different requirements for the foot section of medical compression stockings – for example, in cases of
- hallux valgus (ganglion of the big toe),
- bunionettes (ganglion of the little toe)
- or hammer toe.
That is why medi offers different toe section variants: Individual designs can facilitate the therapeutic process with medical compression stockings. Talk to your doctor. Your doctor may note a toe section variation on the prescription if deemed medically necessary.
Should you have any questions, please contact your medical supply store. The specialist will be happy to help you.
Toe section options for round- and flat knit designs
Anatomical toe section (round toe)
Special toe options for our flat knit products
Hallux pressure-relief zone
Innovative, flexible knitted fabric for the bunionette area
For an optimum fit in the hallux valgus, as well as minimised pressure sensation
Oblique border of the compressive knit along the joints of the toes.
For optimum pressure gradient up to the joints of the toes: due to the anatomical curvature, circulation of the front of the foot is not constricted
Extension of the compressive knit on the sole of the foot
- Optimises the shape of the front of the foot in case of deformities, e.g. Hallux valgus and bunionettes
- Prevents the foot part from sliding back, thus relieving the pressure on the toes with closed toe variants
Toe caps often play an important role in lymphological care with flat-knit compression stockings. medi rounds off patient-specific compression therapy with mediven toe caps.