Recovery Force (Fishers, Ind.) designed the technology to address a host of therapeutic conditions, including blood-clot prevention, post-operative pain, joint pain and sore muscles. It embeds shape-changing memory fibers into various garments and footwear to produce therapeutic compressions. St. Petersburg, Fla.-based Jabil will manufacture the garments so they are rigid enough to include pulsating wires without compromising flexibility or comfort. The garments are lightweight and do not require bladders, pumps, cords or electrical stimulation, according to the companies.
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