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Legg-Calve Perthes Disease (LCPD) is a childhood hip disorder initiated by a disruption of blood flow to the ball of the femur called the fermoral head. Due to the lack of blood flow, the bone does and stops growing. This disease afflicts approx. 1 in 1200 children. About 5% develop the disease in both hips (bilaterally). Recovery is long term (usually ranges between 1-2 years) but results can achieve a useful, instead of permanently damaged, hip joint for your child.
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Knee Separator w/ Cover by Rolyan Jobst® Relief 20-30 mmHg Thigh High Stockings Jobst Relief Compression Stocking - Chap Style -Open Toe 20-30mmHg
Positions thighs and holds hips in abduction while distributing pressure. Polyester cover. Extremely Comfortable All Day Wear Compression! Thigh high 20-30mmHg Firm pain relief for moderate edema/lymphedema, varicose veins during pregnancy and more. Beige available in several size options.
Jobst chap style has an open toe area and reinforced heel pocket woven from a 78% nylon and 22% spandex. Provides gradient compression to help improve blood flow to prevent edema and reduces the discomfort caused by moderate to severe varicose veins. Also helps in the recovery from sclerotherapy and other post-surgical procedures.
Jobst Relief Compression Stocking - Chap Style -Open Toe 30-40mmHg
Jobst chap style has an open toe area and reinforced heel pocket woven from a 78% nylon and 22% spandex. Provides gradient compression to help improve blood flow to prevent edema and reduces the discomfort caused by moderate to severe varicose veins. Also helps in the recovery from sclerotherapy and other post-surgical procedures.
   
 
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