Archive for December, 2015
Have you been prescribed a warm and form back brace and you’re not sure where to get one? You’re not alone – it happens all the time. The reason you’re having trouble filling your prescription is mostly because of health insurance, specifically the reimbursement for dispensing warm and for back braces. In most cases the health care provider dispensing the warm and form back brace gets paid less by health insurance companies than they have to pay for the brace. Simply put, it costs health care providers money to dispense warm and form back braces.
One of the reasons that reimbursement for a warm and form back brace is less than the cost of the product is because a warm and form back brace is decades old technology. There are new back braces available that are more effective, less bulky, and easier to use. A warm and form back brace needs to be fit by a medical professional. There’s a moldable panel in the brace that needs to be heated and molded to each patient’s anatomy. The brace pictured below accomplishes the same, if not better, custom fit by using pulleys instead of a hard, plastic insert.
The Warm and Form Alternative back brace is designed to replace warm and form technology with a lumbar support that is lower profile, easier to use, and more effective.
The back brace pictured above can be tightened with one hand. It is effective, easy, and comfortable.
The Push CMC Arthritis Brace is a low-profile, durable, and effective thumb splint. This thumb brace is designed to treat Carpometacarpal Arthritis which is also called Basal Joint Arthritis or CMC Arthritis.
There’s a moldable metal insert built into the base of the thumb brace. The insert is designed to snugly fit the hand around the thumb. This brace comfortably positions the thumb to provide thumb pain relief – without medication.
Click this link to learn more about this amazing CMC Arthritis Brace.