The easy solution for self-care compression

    Why choose ReadyWrap?

    ReadyWrap adjustable compression garments with VELCRO® brand fasteners are designed as an easy to use compression therapy for patients with venous and lymphatic disease. ReadyWrap is available for lower and upper extremities in standard sizes.

    The benefits of ReadyWrap®

    Easy to use ³ with colour-coded VELCRO® brand short fasteners:

    • front-fastening short straps aid patient application and readjustment ³⁾, ⁴⁾
    • overlapping straps prevent unnecessary loss of pressure and ensure optimal use of the garment ¹⁾
    • low-profile design, allowing patients to wear their usual footwear ²⁾

    ReadyWrap® can provide cost savings associated with:   ¹¹

    • time saved due to quicker and easier application of the device, in comparison to compression bandages
    • reduced use of bandaging materials – ReadyWrap can be washed and reused over a period of six months
    • reducing doctor and hospital visits with easy at-home compression care

    Short-stretch properties ¹³ - therapeutic working pressure and well tolerated low resting pressure

    • positive outcomes for leg ulcers ³⁾, ⁴⁾, ⁵⁾ and lymphoedema patients ⁴⁾
    • effective in the management of recurrent swelling (oedema) and ulceration ⁵⁾
    • 50% overlapping straps prevent gapping and can accommodate changing limb circumference to reduce and control oedema ⁴⁾, ⁵⁾

    Lower limb garments

    ReadyWrap is available as:

    • ReadyWrap Foot
    • ReadyWrap Calf
    • ReadyWrap Knee
    • ReadyWrap Thigh
    • ReadyWrap Toes
    • ReadyWrap Extender Strap

    More information

    Upper limb garments

    ReadyWrap is available as:

    • ReadyWrap Arm
    • ReadyWrap Gauntlet

    More information


    You can download PDF versions of our brochures from our download section.

    Click here to go to downloads


    1) Ehmann, S; Bock, K. (2017). Critical evaluation of bandage alternative characteristics: a case series. EWMA Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

    2) Robert de Klerk, District Nurse, Buurtzorg Zeeburg, Amsterdam NL; Jeanette Muldoon, Activa Healthcare Ltd., L&R UK. How can VELCRO Compression Systems contribute in Wound Management. Annual Meeting of the European Wound Management Association (EWMA), Amsterdam 3–5 May 2017.

    3) Hampton, S. (2016). The difficulty and the solution of compression therapy in a healed venous leg ulcer. Br J Community Nursing, 21(9), p34–p38.

    4) Ehmann, S. (2016). Multinational, pilot audit of a VELCRO adjustable compression wrap system for venous and lymphatic conditions. JWC, 25(9),


    5) Bock, K.J. (2016). Adjustable compression wraps can prevent ulcer re-occurrence in phlebolymphedema; a case series. Poster presentation, SAWC, Austin 2016.

    6) Guest, J.F; Ayoub, N; McIlwraith, T. et al. (2015). Health economic burden that wounds impose on the National Health Service in the UK. BMJ, Open 5: e00w9283. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009283.

    7) Elvin, S. Cost efficacy of using Juxta CURESTM and UCSTM debridement cloths. Journal of Community Nursing, 2015; 29(2), p25–p28.

    8) Wigg, J; Lee, N. Redefining essential care in lymphoedema. Br J Community Nursing, 2014; 19: Chronic Supple, p24–p29.

    9) Bianchi, J; Mahoney, K; Nugent, L; Kenn, D. A fresh way to treat venous leg ulcers with measured compression. Br J Community Nursing 2013; 18(4), Suppl, p34–p40.

    10) Nugent, L. Juxta CURESTM: compression for healing venous ulcers. Br J Community Nursing, 2013; 18(5), p40–p45.

    11) Ellen Kuijper-Kuip, Skin and edematherapist – MediSkin – Total Skin Care; Jeanette Muldoon, Activa Healthcare Ltd., L&R UK. Meeting the practical and economic challenges of managing skin and wounds using self-care as an option for patients with lymphedema. Annual Meeting of the European Wound Management Association (EWMA), Amsterdam, 3–5 May 2017.

    12) Rabe, E.; Pannier-Fischer, F.; Bromen, K.; Schuldt, K.; Stang, A.; Poncar, Ch.; Wittenhorst, M.; Bock, E.; Weber, S. & Jöckel, K. H. (2003). Bonner

    Venenstudie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Phlebologie. Phlebologie, 32(1), p1–p14.

    13) Muldoon, J.; Hampton, S. (2017). Validity, Interrater and Intra-rater reliability of an Adjustable Compression Device Application, SAWC, San Diego 2017.

    This website contains information on products and medical practices which is targeted to a wide range of audiences and could contain product details or information otherwise not accessible or valid in your country. Please be aware that we do not take any responsibility for accessing such information which may not comply with any legal process, regulation, registration or usage in the country of your origin. Medical practices and regulations can be different from one country to another.