Compression Stocking Assistant

The Compression Stocking Assistant is the quick and easy way to put on compression stockings or socks without struggle.

  • Metal Frame Stretches Stocking Over Toes to Help Get It Upon Foot
  • Easy to Maneuver
  • Ideal for Those with Restricted Movement
  • Won’t Harm Stocking
  • Lightweight


Patent Pending

Story Behind the Invention

Inventor Loren Barker of Pratt, KS has created a device for putting on compression stockings or socks without struggle!

Many people may have difficulty reaching or bending down to place a compression stocking or sock on their foot. This may be due to back problems, arthritis, age, or as a result of a recent surgery. Unfortunately, some assistive devices already on the market are difficult to use. Some require a user to pull with enough force to put on the sock or they use straps which can be difficult to reach and hold onto. Other devices can excessively stretch the stocking so the life of the stocking or sock is reduced. In turn, Inventor Barker created the Compression Stocking Assistant!

This clever new invention is a metal frame that stretches a compression stocking over the toes to help get it upon the foot. Inventor Barker knew that getting a sock upon the toes is the most difficult part. The device is easy to maneuver. It is ideal for those with restricted movement. It wont excessively stretch or otherwise harm the stocking. It is lightweight and durable. For manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities, act now!

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