Leg Rests & Pillows - FAQs
There is no comparable leg rests on the market that position your legs in this unique, scientifically proven position. Many products on the market have a flat surface and are not contoured to the shape of the legs, resulting in pressure points and improper blood flow. Those that may have a contour do not fit the natural shape of the legs, thereby reducing effectiveness.
Which Lounge Doctor Leg Rest is best for me?
All of our Lounge Doctor Leg Rests have the same patented shape.
- The Original Lounge Doctor Leg Rest is our original foam support wedge, providing comfort and effectiveness with its contoured design.
- The Lounge Doctor Leg Rest with Memory Foam is even more comfortable, featuring a 2" layer of cooling memory foam which molds perfectly to the shape of your legs.
- If you need a little extra room, our Extra Wide Lounge Doctor Leg Rest is 24" wide, compared to the 18" model.
- The Extra Wide Lounge Doctor is also available with a 2" memory foam. It has the same dimensions as the Extra Wide Lounge Doctor plus the extra comfort provided by the 2" layer of cooling memory foam.
- We also offer The Lounge Doctor Inflatable Leg Rest which is great for travel!
What is the proper way to use my Lounge Doctor Leg Rest?
Using any one of the Lounge Doctor Leg Rests is simple, place the leg rest on a flat surface, like a bed or a couch. The calf should rest comfortably in the contoured slope of the leg rest, with the knee centered of the convex curve. The heel should hand over the top edge.
When will my order ship?
Once your order has been placed, you should expect it to ship within 1-2 business days.
How much is shipping?
We offer free shipping within the US. We do offer Expedited shipping methods and the shipping charges are calculated at checkout.
How long will my order take to arrive?
Orders are shipped via the US Postal Service Parcel Post and usually takes 3-10 days to arrive at your door.
Who should not elevate their legs?
There are two conditions which might prevent one from being able to elevate their legs. Patients with severe Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) may experience shortness of breath while lying flat, and therefore may be unable to use this product. Second, patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease may have pain in their feet while their legs are elevated because the arterial blood has to go "uphill" against gravity.