For Physicians

About medi

medi produces medical aids for a variety of conditions and life situations. But we don't see ourselves solely as a manufacturer. On the contrary, we handle our own research and development, technology, production, marketing and sales inhouse - always keeping our focus on the market, its demands and variables, and the medi vision.

Clinical trial

In the 8-week period, 69% of the patients had significant symptom reductions. It is still not understood why some patients' see results and others do not. Therefore, restiffic comes with a 30-day guarantee. Most patients will experience relief of symptoms within 48-72 hours. If results are not seen in the first 30 days of purchase, they can return for a full refund.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do patients need a prescription?

Because RLS is a syndrome, restiffic was required to have been cleared by the FDA to be an available device for patients. This means that restiffic is a trustworthy drug-free device for helping RLS patients.


What if my patients cannot afford restiffic?

Although restiffic is likely not covered by a patient's insurance plan, most patients can use their FSA or HSA accounts to help pay for this product since it is a prescription-based product. Most patients find that the overall cost of restiffic is less than their medication copays on an annual basis.


How does my patient obtain restiffic?

                                • Patients that have a physician-signed prescription can email it to or fax to 800-660-2429. One of our product specialists will contact the patient to complete the order.
                                • Patients can place their order without a prescription, and one of our specialists will contact them to verify and collect the prescription before shipping the product.
                                • Or they can call855-700-6875 and we can walk them through the entire process.

Is restiffic covered by insurance?

There is no direct Medicare or Medicaid program approved code for restiffic at this time, but patients can self-submit for reimbursement to their private insurance companies after purchasing.


What are the contraindications?

Patients with neuropathy, poor circulation, peripheral vascular disease, varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis, a history of blood clots, or foot and/or leg swelling.

Patients with breaks, bruises, sprains, wounds, sores, fragile skin, cuts, rashes, or abrasions involving your feet and/or legs.

Not to be used during activity that puts pressure on the feet (ex. walking, running, operating a vehicle). Do not use in water.


If you are interested in a restiffic sample, prescription pad and more information please fill out this form.