Brand Name: RMS Medical
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- Available in standard or wide style
- Cord can either be a single loop or two cords with foam handles
- Built up foam handles
- Flexible plastic shell
- Slip resistant pad
- Cords can be cut to adjust length
- Proudly Made in the USA!
AllegroMedical.com presents The Sock Aid. This sock aid is available in multiple styles to fit your exact needs. This is a convenient aid to assist with pulling on socks or stockings.
|Brand Name||RMS Medical|
|Manufacturer Number||SA-88003-PP, SA-88001-PP|
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Questions: Is this product ridgid enough to pull up compression socks? 2 Answers
Question By: Semi on Dec 11 2008 5:54 PM
No! It is not helpful in putting on compression socks. I have had 2 of these devices snap/crack in half because of the pressure of the socks themselves.
Answer By: RJK on Jan 14 2008 3:46 PM
Yes, I used this after hip surgery to put on compression socks.
Answer By: KC on Jan 13 2006 9:59 PM
Questions: Is this aid helpful with putting on compression thigh high socks? 3 Answers
Question By: DJ on Jan 12 2006 4:19 PM
I use these to don thigh high compression hose. I have found if you apply the hose in a different direction than shorter hose, it is easier. I take the toe end and pull it onto the wide end. Pull it on down so the toe is pulled all the way off the aide, past the seam of the toe. Continue pulling on hose just till no resistance is felt. Any left over hose is just pulled over, resulting in the aide loaded only with the foot and part of the hose on. Pull onto ft in normal,fashion.
Answer By: OldOT on Oct 15 2025 10:40 PM
I use it with calf high non-compression socks. I did attempt to use with knee high compression socks, but their tightness did not permit the cylinder to expand sufficiently to slide over my heel. I don't imagine it would work with thigh igh compression socks.
Answer By: Chuck on Dec 12 2022 1:51 PM
Yes. i used it after my hip surgery.
Answer By: KC on Jan 13 2006 9:54 PM
Questions: I need to know about the black piece on the back of the aide. Is it foam or a piece of hard rubber? 1 Answers
Question By: MOM on Oct 11 2021 2:07 PM
Answer By: Cory on Feb 13 2027 11:47 AM
Questions: Do any instructions come with product 0 Answers
Question By: Ray on Jul 11 2005 6:32 PM
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