Medi USA announced the restiffic compressive foot wrap for the treatment of restless legs syndrome (RLS) can now be purchased in pharmacies nationwide. Restiffic is a prescription only drug-free therapy for patients suffering from RLS.
“We are thrilled that restiffic can be purchased at pharmacies by patients seeking clinically proven, drug-free treatment for their RLS,” says Glenn Anderson, medi USA director of medical category management, in a release. “RLS is a debilitating condition for an estimated 10% of the US population, so it is important that treatment options be not only effective, but also accessible.”
Restiffic can be purchased with a prescription at pharmacies nationwide, including Walgreens and independent pharmacies. Restiffic can also be purchased online.
Restiffic was launched in the United States in June 2016. According to the company, one satisfied patient testifies that her legs “remained calm from the moment [she] put restiffic on,” and that she would “recommend restiffic to anyone who suffers from RLS.”
Mary Sorg, the inventor and a lifelong sufferer of RLS, developed restiffic over the past 12 years. “I’m so happy that restiffic is now available in pharmacies, making it more accessible to RLS patients nationwide. It’s a dream come true to be able to help others in the RLS community,” she says.
I gave Restiffic a month try. It made no difference in my RLS symptoms and caused pain in the side of my feet. It is a $30 foot wrap selling for more than $300. The research was not double blind, and the sample size less than 30 people. I expect most positive results are placebo effect. As long as their is a money-back guarantee give it a try. I hope it works for others.
I would like to respond to tom Sheldon… first this is totally unsolicited..I do not work for the company.. That being said..I am sorry Tom that this amazing product did not work for you
My husband purchased these for me. I was furious at him for spending money like that.
Later that nigh when my began their dance.. I put then on and instantly My restless legs began to calm. This has become a godsend …. for me it works and was certainly worth the price.
Comments above look like paid comments.
I will add – the study was published in the JAOA – one of the lease prestigious journals out there.
one of the “lease”… did you mean LEAST.
JOAO isn’t a bad magazine; definitely peer reviewed.
I just want to know which pharmacies in New Jersey. Camden County have this foot wrap?
I have had incredible results with my foot wraps. I am having a problem with my insurance company processing this reimbursement claim under durable medical equipment coverage. 4 months later they are now requesting the “HCPCS” code. Anyone know the current code?