Compression Therapy Specialists...the Doff N' Donner experts!

We provide you with the best solution for the easy application and removal of  tight compression stockings. See video below!

Watch the Doff N' Donner in Action!

               Compression Stocking Issues?

Watch this 43 second video (click on left), to see what the Doff N' Donner for tight compression socks/stockings can do for you! 

Save time, decrease frustration, increase compliance...problem solved!  

The many Benefits of The Doff N' Donner method:

Showing the 4 stages of rolling a compression stocking around the Doff N' Donner (the loading process).

Easy to Prepare!

We know that you don't have time to struggle with compression socks, so a caregiver invented the  Doff N' Donner...and we knew that it would be a great compression sock aid!  This method allows the compression socks to be easily pushed over the foot and up the leg (or arm for a sleeve).  With our written instructions and video training, the process is easy and quick for most people.  We believe the Doff N' Donner is the best compression sock aid ever!

How to remove a compression stocking using the Doff N' Donner.

Easy to apply...and easy to remove!

After properly rolling the compression stocking around the Doff N' Donner (called the "loading" process), simply push over the foot (or arm), and up the extremity as far as is comfortable. Then release the Doff N' Donner compression sock aid from the limb, and put away until later for the removal process.  Removal ("doffing") is just as easy, when following our written instructions and online videos!

Beginning the rolling of a compression stocking around the Doff N' Donner. Preparing the Doff N' Donner for application to the leg or arm.

A Caregiver's Dream!

 The amazing Doff N' Donner compression sock aid will allow a caregiver to push & roll a compression stocking easily over any type of bandaging for a patient...completely undisturbed! Caregivers can save valuable time, and more importantly greatly reduce, (or eliminate) pain and sensitivity previously experienced by patients.  Caregivers can actually teach many patients to use this method independently! 

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