The Remarx Vision

Our primary goal is to improve the quality of life for those patients with chronic edemas by working in a united effort with the medical, nursing and physical therapy communities.

Our focus and resulting expertise at ReMarx Medical Services is in providing a complete line of products and services in the support of the treatment of chronic edemas including lymphedema, venous edema, dependent edema, mixed edema and other vascular disorders.

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At ReMarx Medical Services, our goal is to make compression therapy “BEARable” for individuals suffering from lymphedema.

Putting Patient Needs First

ReMarx Medical Services is a well-established ACHC Accredited and Medicare Approved provider of pneumatic compression pumps (aka lymphedema pumps), gradient compression garments, arterial assist/compression devices and negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) systems for patient in-home use.

The Company operates within all Medicare Guidelines. Our Customer Service Staff is focused on moving each patient referral quickly from prescription to in-home application of the most appropriate medical device: They obtain the necessary insurance approvals, schedule delivery of the medical device to the patient's home and coordinate the patient in-service with the local Company-Trained Compression Therapist.

Pneumatic Compression Pumps are intended to address the upper and lower-extremity treatment of chronic lymphatic disorders. Pneumatic Compression Pumps are also intended for use in the treatment of lower-extremity chronic venous stasis ulcers and chronic venous insufficiency.

Compression Garments for lower-extremities are used to manage tissue edema and extremity swelling associated with lymphatic and venous disorders.

Arterial Assist/Compression Device indications for use are for lower-extremity inoperable vascular disease, peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and critical limb ischemia (such as ulceration, intermittent claudication, graft failure, ateriopathic wounds, angioplasty/stent failure, minor amputations and rest/night pain).

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) devices are used to promote wound healing for a variety of wounds that are difficult to treat using conventional wound healing dressings. The Kalypto NPWT device affords the patient ease of use as well as enhanced mobility.

Thank you for visiting our site. We look forward to the opportunity of demonstrating our ability and commitment to "Putting Patient Needs First".