The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)  is responsible for ensuring that therapeutic goods available for supply in Australia are safe and fit for their intended purpose.

TheRY compression products have been properly assessed and are listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG). They may be eligible for health rebates with many private insurance health funds, it is best to check with your provider as it may depend on your level of cover. 

Products that do not have an ARTG number and have not been assessed by the TGA may not be providing you any compression benefits, and in the worse cases, could be restricting circulation and creating more issues.

ABOUT THE TGA
The Therapeutic Goods Administration is a division of the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care. This Department is the national regulatory authority for therapeutic goods - a collective term covering medicines, medical devices and some related products.

The TGA administers the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989, the objects of which include 'a national system of controls relating to the quality, safety, efficacy and timely availability of therapeutic goods that are used in Australia, whether produced in Australia or elsewhere, or exported from Australia'. 

The TGA’s vision is better health and wellbeing for all Australians through regulatory excellence.

They protect the health and safety of the community by regulating therapeutic goods.

Learn more about what and how the TGA regulates on the TGA website.

TheRY TGA APPROVED PRODUCTS

The Saviour Maternity Legging, The Restorer Postnatal Support Legging, The Comforter Maternity Compression Socks, The Rescuer Maternity Compression Socks, and The Helping Hand Wrist Compression Sleeve are registered as medical compression garments and may be eligible for rebates.

You may click this link for a printable TheRY prescription rebate form to your health care specialist to complete and sign. Provide this together with a copy of your invoice for your Health Fund 

Products that do not have an ARTG number and have not been assessed by the TGA may not be providing you any compression benefits, and in the worse cases, could be restricting circulation and creating more issues.

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