Orthopedic braces

What are orthopedic braces?

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These are medical devices designed to address musculoskeletal issues; they are used to properly align, correct the position, support, stabilize, and protect certain parts of the body (particularly the muscles, joints, and bones). 

Types of orthopedic braces

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Knee Brace

From ACL to LCL instabilities to patella and arthritis pain, there are a number of knee injuries that can sideline your daily activities. However, there are a variety of braces to choose from that can help you recover quickly and prevent re-injury to the knee, whether it be for daily functions, pain reduction or post-surgery.

Back Brace

The lower back supports the spine and your entire upper body. The low back is prone to injury because nearly every movement and activity uses the muscles, ligaments and bones in the lower back. Wearing a back brace to support your lower back can help you prevent strain or added pressure to your spine. A low back brace can also help keep your back in the proper position and provide compression to help torn back ligaments.

Elbow Brace

Elbow braces add stability to your elbow joint and the surrounding tendons and muscles.  Help prevent elbow injuries by choosing to protect your joints with a brace that won't impede your activities. 

Wrist Brace

Wrist braces support weak, unstable or injured wrists and thumbs. They help to prevent sprains and strains. Whether you need a brace for a  wrist injury or need pain relief, our braces can help you. They also help with carpal tunnel, wrist sprains and arthritis. 

Ankle Brace

Protect your ankle from sprains and strains by wearing a brace. Choose from different types of braces: elastic, neoprene, latex-free, rigid, medical and more. If you’ve already suffered an injury, get the extra support you need by wearing a comfortable brace to help support your ligaments while you heal.

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