Getting you back to the activities you enjoy
Arthritis is a very common condition that can prevent us from doing the activities we once enjoyed. This doesn’t have to be the case. We have successfully helped individuals with arthritis live with less pain and push back surgery dates. Part of our treatment plan involves the use of custom braces to achieve greater function. These braces are made to reduce the wear and tear on your joint and provide decompression while wearing it thus limiting your pain levels.
This is just one of many ways we help our arthritis patients return to activities that they enjoy. Don’t let arthritis pain control you anymore.
How Custom Bracing can help you:
- Reduce your pain when walking
- Do activities you used to do before your condition
- Improve your balance and stability
- Improve your confidence in everyday activities
- Improve your quality of life
Frequently asked questions about Custom Bracing
Is this brace covered by my insurance company?
Most insurance companies will cover a custom brace provided that you get a doctors note and a quote from us to give to the insurance company. We work with a company that specializes in braces and knows how to navigate the insurance industry. When the time comes that you are interested in purchasing the brace we would help you make an appointment at our clinic with our brace representative free of charge to ask questions and get fitted for your brace.
How much does the brace cost?
Braces can very in cost depending on the type of brace you choose but custom-made braces can range from $1200 to $2000.
How do I order the brace?
We work with a brace company that specializes in custom braces. They will come out to our clinic to meet with you and discuss the different options you have available to you. Once you have decided that this is something you want to pursue you figure out what you need for insurance purposes and fit you for your brace.
How long does it take before I get the brace?
The brace typically is delivered to the clinic after sizing within 2 weeks of your appointment. Depending on stock these times can vary.
Do I have to wear the brace all the time to get relief?
No, the brace is really only meant to be worn during long walks and activities. The brace will allow you to do activities that you previously were unable to do due to your pain.