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Adjustable Compression Wraps

Adjustable compression systems can be used in decongestive therapy as an efficient alternative to conventional compression rolls. These innovative products enable health care professionals to promote treatment success whilst saving time and money. They can be adapted to the individual patient − even if circumferences change during treatment. Easy handling of the hook and loop fasteners means that patients can take care of the adjustment themselves to ensure the compressive effect is perfectly maintained, even with increased decongestion. If there are open wounds in the area to be treated, the affected area must be covered with appropriate wound dressing before the compression system can be applied. To protect and secure wound dressings, we recommend wearing a liner stocking (e.g. Juzo Liner). 

Woman wearing Juzo Compression Wrap
Juzo Compression Wrap

An adjustable compression system (compression levels 30-60 mmHg)
Art. 6000LF, 6000 LC, 6081

Juzo ACS on the leg
Juzo Adjustable Compression System Light

Efficient and effective adjustable compression systems (compression levels up to 40 mmHg)
Art. J701LI, J702LI, J703LI, J704LI, J705LI, J706LI 

Juzo Liner
Juzo Liner

Liner stocking for Adjustable Compression Wraps (ACW)
Art. 6082

Information about symptoms

A woman on a bar wearing compression stockings.


Lipoedema is a painful accumulation of fat cells in areas of the body such as the legs, buttocks, hips or arms.

A woman on a bar wearing compression stockings.


In lymphoedema, protein-rich lymph fluid accumulates in the tissue and is not properly removed by the body.