Sizing Chart

Accurate sizing is critical for optimal compression after surgery. Please measure yourself using a tape measure prior to your procedure and use the sizing chart provided for each of the products to identify the correct size.
If you are not sure which size to choose, please email us with your body measurements and the type of garment you are interested in and we will be happy to help. 

Sizing tips for women

Hips are the most important measurement on the sizing chart. If you are in-between sizes, please opt for the larger size. The waist area of the garment can expand one to two sizes up. In some cases, it is best to order two different sizes so you can try them on at home and choose which is best for you. The garments should feel quite snug, but they should also be comfortable prior to surgery. 

FEMALE SIZE CHART FOR BODY COMPRESSION GARMENTS 

MALE SIZE CHART FOR BODY COMPRESSION GARMENTS 

Sizing tips for men

The chest is the most important measurement on the sizing chart, if you are in-between sizes, please opt for the larger size. The waist area of the garment can expand one to two sizes up.In some cases, it is best to order two different sizes so you can try them on at home and choose which is best for you. The garments should feel quite snug, but they should also be comfortable prior to surgery. 

SIZE CHART FOR ARM COMPRESSION SLEEVES (WOMEN)

(Please measure the middle of the biceps/upper arm)

SIZE CHART FOR ABDOMINAL BINDERS & CHEST BINDERS (UNISEX)

(Please measure the abdomen circumference around 3" below the belly button or chest for chest binders)

SIZE CHART FOR FACE & NECK SUPPORT GARMENTS (UNISEX)

(Please measure the circumference at middle of the neck)

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