Compression therapy is a simple and effective means of increasing blood flow activity in the lower limbs through strengthening vein support. It's a form of wound care that aims to gently apply pressure to the ankles and legs by wearing specifically designed stockings. It helps to prevent blood clots, which is why compression therapy is frequently advised following surgery. Improving venous flow speeds up wound healing and assists in preventing infection. Compression stockings can also be worn after healing to keep blood flowing properly and minimize the chances of wound recurrence.