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The Synergy Pregnancy Wellness Pack is extremely effective in easing the uncomfortable symptoms of pregnancy, including back pain, abdominal pain, inflammation, and swelling, while reducing the likelihood of serious blood clotting complications such as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolisms (PEs).

While our products effectively address the usual uncomfortable symptoms of pregnancy, by focusing on enhancing a feeling of wellbeing, the most important component(s) of this Wellness Pack are the compression device/products. These products serve to mitigate the development of venous blood clots (VTE) in the lower extremities that may result in more serious complications requiring a hospital admission. Recent studies indicate that pregnant women are at significant risk of this blood clotting complication. This research has guided Synergy in its development of this evidenced-based program to promote proper blood circulation in the lower extremities to avoid stasis of the blood and related inflammation and swelling.

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The Anti-Thrombosis Solution:


Vascular Health Program


This program focuses on the prevention of episodes of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolus (PE) formation, that may occur in individuals with known cardiovascular disease or persons that have experienced a traumatic injury to a limb, undergone surgical procedure(s), or those that are immobile for a period of time, by employing the inclusion of an anti-thrombotic device.


The PedWell Program

Synergy’s PedWell Therapeutic Shoe Program, as a component of the broader Synergy Preventive Care Solutions Program, specifically promotes healthy feet and the avoidance of diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) in individuals diagnosed with diabetes. With a rate of 34% of diabetic individuals developing a diabetic foot ulcer during their lifetime1, and a national expenditure of $43.5 billion spent on lower extremity complications of diabetes annually, the need for a solution to reduce this costly complication of diabetes is evident.

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  1.   Boulton AJM, Armstrong DG, Kirsner RS, Attinger CE, Lavery LA, Lipsky BA, Mills JR Sr., Steinberg JS. Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Foot Complications. American Diabetes Association; 2018 Oct