Whether you need therapeutic or preventive compression therapy products or services, we can help!

Preventive Compression Therapy

We have the right stockings for you — no matter your lifestyle.

Over the counter (OTC) compression stockings are a great choice for everyday use to help with mild swelling and fatigued legs due to long periods of travel, sitting or standing. The compression level of OTC stockings is 15-20 mmHg. Please note that any compression therapy garment above 30 mmHg requires a prescription from a health professional.

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Important!

Make sure to replace your compression stockings every four or six months to maintain the proper shape and compression level.

If they start feeling loose, it’s time for a new pair.

Therapeutic Compression Therapy

From graduated garments to pumps — we have it all.

Compression stockings are designed to provide pain relief and minimize the risk of medical complications related to varicose veins and other health conditions.

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graduated compression garments for men and women

Qualified and Certified

We’re the only healthcare provider in the Lower Mainland with a Registered Nurse on staff — Certified Expert Garment Fitter, Lymphedema Consultant. Moreover, our certified team of fitters has over 60 years of combined experience to guarantee the perfect fit of your compression garments.

Garments

We only carry products from reputable manufacturers who stand behind their products.

Home Visits

For those who are absolutely home bound, a home visit is possible.  Going to a clinic? We can meet you there. Available upon requests and availability

Fitting service

Having the right fit of your compression garment is the most relevant aspect.

Accessories

Trouble putting your garment on or off? We have all the tools you need to make your life a little easier.

Compression garments maintenance — photo by Ron Lach at Pexels.

How to maintain compression garments.

Follow these recommendations to keep your compression garments in good shape:

  • Hand wash (or machine wash on delicate) in warm water daily to maximize therapeutic effectiveness and prolong the life of your garment.

  • Use a small portion of special compression garment washing detergent or another mild soap.
  • Rinse garment well, roll in a towel to remove excess water, hang to dry.
  • Wash dark colours separately from other clothing.
  • Juzo garments may be machined wash and dry; use the lowest permanent press settings.
  • When using washing machine, a garment bag is strongly recommended.
  • Do not use bleach, chlorine, fabric softeners, or other laundry additives. These may damage your garment.
  • Store your stockings in a dry place at room temperature.
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BC Medequip is going to be my go-to for compression garments from now on.

Fabulous experience! I came here for my father and for myself to get compression stockings and they handled our needs professionally and with great care. We were made to feel as though our concerns would be addressed promptly and at no point did we feel as though we were just being sold a product. BC Medequip really made us feel like they cared. Can’t speak highly enough!

Ryan C.

Customer, Burnaby BC

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Installations

We provide professional installation services throughout the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley, Squamish and Whistler.

MEPP

We’re an official provider of MEPP in BC. We serve patients leaving the hospital or receiving home healthcare services.

Rentals

Renting from us may save you thousands over buying. We carry the largest rental inventory in the Lower Mainland.

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