Archive for May, 2013

Warm & Form Solution

May 30, 2013 @ 9:26 am posted by Brace and Support Help

back support

Patients are often prescribed warm and form back braces and do not know where to get them.  Warm and Form back braces require the moldable insert within the brace to be “warmed” and then molded (formed) to the lower back.  These moldable panels require a heat gun or a hydroculator to shape the insert.  Patients can burn themselves and/or ruin the insert if they don’t know what they are doing.

Healthcare providers are reluctant to provide warm and form back braces because insurance does not cover the cost of these back braces.  So patients find themselves in a bind.  They have a prescription for a “warm and form” and can’t find anyone to fit them with the lumbar support.  Some patients buy the braces on-line.  When the braces arrive patients realize they don’t know how to mold the brace to their spine.

So here is a solution.  Order a mechanical advantage pulley system back brace (pictured above).  These back braces are more comfortable, less expensive, and just as effective.  “Warm and Form braces” are old technology – 25 years old.   The pulley system braces are new technology.  They accomplish everything a warm and form does and more.  Patients do not have to heat anything or mold anything.  Just pull the strap and the brace will automatically conform to each person’s unique anatomy.

If you are unhappy with the braces, just let us know within 14 days and we will ship the brace back at our expense.  This is absolutely worth trying!

Click here to learn more about this back brace.

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New Pediatric Walking Boot

May 10, 2013 @ 8:57 am posted by Brace and Support Help

Pediatric Walking Boot

This new walking boot is made specifically for children.  A pediatric walker is used as alternative to casting.  This will help your child walk better, speed recovery time and save your floors from getting abused by a plaster cast for several weeks.

Many clinics will try to use an adult extra small sized walking boots to fit children.  Why not get a foot brace specifically designed for pediatric applications?

This boot is lightweight, comfortable, and easy to put on.  It is strong so mobility in patients can be increased while providing optimum support.  The liner is breathable and washable.

This walking boot is indicated for post-injury or post-operative applications for grade 1, 2, or 3 ankle sprains or stable fractures of the foot.  Do not use this aircast type walking boot for unstable fractures and proximal tibial or fibular fractures.

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