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Custom Bracing and Support Solutions Designed To Help You Move and Live Better.

Customized Shoes

Diabetic shoes and custom inserts, combined with close monitoring of your feet’s overall health plus healthy lifestyle choices, often make up a comprehensive treatment plan to manage common foot complications due to diabetes.

Ankle Foot Orthoses Are Designed To Provide:
  • Support and Build Proper Joint Alignment

  • Assist or Substitute For Muscle Weakness

  • Protect The Foot and Lower Limb

  • Which Leads To a Healthier Foot and Ankle



Medicare has strict guidelines with the fulfillment of diabetic foot orthotics, and those guidelines impact the timeline for getting your devices. The steps are as follows:

To Help Ensure Proper Processing

  • A prescription is required for all diabetic foot items, such as inserts, shoes, or shoe modifications, signed at an in-person appointment within the last 6 months, including your diagnosis and diabetic treatment history.

  • A Statement of Certifying Physician completed by the MD/DO treating your diabetic condition, signed within the last 3 months.

At Your Evaluation

At your evaluation we will take your measurements and then order your prescribed devices. It could take 3 to 6 weeks to process your paperwork before your devices arrive. 

Scheduling Your Fitting

We will then schedule your fitting and delivery appointment. You must be seen in person to accept delivery of your devices. 

Ankle Brace Support

A neurological condition by creating stability, improving walking, and helping to keep you mobile. Braces can be simple, such as a rigid structure positioned around the ankle that restricts movement and helps you heal from a sprain. However, more complex conditions, such as a stroke, a traumatic brain injury, a spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, and cerebral palsy may require a more customized solution to support weakness or improper alignment in the ankle. Diabetic Shoes & Custom Inserts

Custom Insert Support:

Custom shoe orthotics and inserts are commonly used to support and manage foot pain.  Custom foot orthoses are also used to manage foot pain as well as pain in other parts of your body. Depending on your individual needs, your orthotic fitter will discuss the plan of action that fits your needs.

Custom Inserts for Pain Management:

Most of the time, the pain you experience throughout your legs, knees, hip, and back start with improper support in your feet. Custom inserts help align your foot and ankle, aid with position and movement, and can be a preventative step in managing pain in other parts of your body.

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Back Pain Treatment

Back Brace Support

Back pain ranges from the jaw to the lower back.  This includes the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine. These types of orthoses may be used in a post operative situation to promote proper and safe healing, or to treat a chronic disease or condition such as arthritis or used to treat a simple strain such as bending over to tie your shoes.

Uses of Spinal Orthoses:
  • Realign The Spine

  • Immobilize The Spine

  • Support Weakened Areas of The Spine

Wrist Brace Support

Wrist pain is frustrating to suffering with and can hold you back throughout your day. If you’re tired of waiting for your wrist pain to go away so you can resume your normal life, get a wrist brace. 

Some of the most common injuries to the knee include:
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome, which happens when a nerve that runs from your forearm into your palm becomes squeezed at the wrist

  • Ganglion cysts, which are noncancerous lumps or masses

  • Gout, which is a form of arthritis caused by a buildup of uric acid in your joints

  • Fractures (broken bones)

  • Osteoarthritis, the most common type of arthritis. It is caused by wear and tear of the joints.

  • Sprains and strains, which are injuries to ligaments and injuries to muscles or tendons

  • Tendinitis, inflammation of a tendon, usually due to overuse

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Knee Brace Support

Even modest injury to your knee can result in pain and restrict your mobility. By not being proactive with treatment, an improper movement can create more damage and require more significant treatment.

Some of the most common injuries to the knee include:
  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee – This occurs from wearing down your knee cartilage over time, causing pain, stiffness, and swelling. Treatment includes anti-inflammatory medications, sometimes pain medications to manage symptoms, as well as wearing a brace to offload weight and pressure away from the areas of worn the cartilage. If the damage progresses, surgery may be required.

  • Torn Meniscus – Twisting of the knee can tear meniscal cartilage. Thus causing pain and stiffness. Treatment can range from applying compression and wearing a brace to allow the tear to heal, to surgical solutions.

  • Torn or Strained ACL, PCL, and MCL – The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is responsible for the stability in your knee. Tears and strains can also occur in the Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) and the Medial Cruciate Ligament (MCL). Wearing a brace can help substantially with stability and healing, but torn ACLs, PCLs, or MCLs most likely will surgery.  

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Customizing | Fitting | Supporting

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