Incrediwear, maker of wearable, anti-inflammatory sleeves, socks and braces, has launched a “Help a Healthcare Hero” donation program designed to get its pain-relieving, circulation-boosting products into the hands (or on the feet) of healthcare workers currently battling the COVID-19 crisis nationwide.

After being contacted through their social media from a nurse working 13-hour shifts on top of a long commute to and from their hospital, the recovery accessory brand began distributing its anti-inflammatory sleeves and socks to healthcare workers who spend long periods of time on their feet and moving their body.

“As a past health provider and constantly working with doctors, nurses and health aids, I know first-hand fatigue, pain and discomfort can affect quality of work,”  says Jackson Corley, founder of Incrediwear. “Incrediwear has been proven to alleviate pain, reduce fatigue, prevent injuries  and accelerate recovery; everything our healthcare workers need to be their best in this most important time in history.”

Customers have the option to purchase a donation bundle consisting of a product for them, and a product to donate at 50 percent of its normal cost. They can also purchase just the donation product on its own.

The campaign will run for at least two weeks with a goal to distribute hundreds of products to centers across the country. Recipients like the Intermountain Wasatch Back Instacares, which are dealing with COVID-19 testing on a daily basis, will receive their products as soon as the campaign is over and donations have been tallied. 

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