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Warm and form back braces are often prescribed by physicians. Many people contact us with new prescriptions and they don’t know what to do with them. Insurance companies do not reimburse for warm and form back supports so Durable Medical Equipment suppliers like pharmacies and surgical supply stores usually do not have these products in their facilities. Neither do doctors. So this leaves patients with very few options to get their scripts filled. People contact us with scripts for orthopedic braces and supports they don’t know how to get. Many turn to the internet. The problem is that warm and form back brace requires some assembly. The back panel have to be heat-molded to each person’s lower back. Most patients aren’t capable of doing this at home. It’s easy to order the brace but it’s tough to fit them.
The answer is to ask your doctor to write a script for newer technology. There are more comfortable, more substantial back braces available that health insurance regularly pays certified professional to fit patients with. Check out this back brace:
Magnetic therapy has been used effectively for centuries to reduce pain and swelling. The magnetic knee and back braces that are sold through the Support and Brace website are seldom returned. Every website that sells retail loses money on returns. It doesn’t matter what the product is. So if you’re skeptical about magnetic therapy look at it from a business perspective. Why would we promote and sell a product that would have a high potential for returns? These back braces provide lower back pain relief. Our customers who order these magnetic back and knee braces keep them.
The Magnet Treatment Back Brace provides magnetic therapy for lumbar back pain. This lumbar support contains 28 research-grade ceramic magnets. Each magnet is 4,300 gauss. These magnets produce deep-penetrating therapeutic magnetic fields. The back brace is constructed of breathable neoprene and “special vapor chambers”. This helps control sweat and keeps the brace dry and comfortable. The velcro on this back brace allows for easy adjustments.
Low back pain is a leading cause of missed work each year. Elastic back braces are an inexpensive and effective over-the-counter treatment option for back pain. This type of back support provides compression and support without requiring a trip to the doctor. If you sit at a desk all day, a back brace can help your posture, keep your back straight, and reduce lower back pain.
The back brace pictured above is designed to provide lower lumbar support. It is constructed with heavy-duty elastic material and contains 4 bone stays to prevent the brace from “rolling over”. This brace has two pull straps that wrap around the body to provide compression and support. These pulls are designed with assist loops to aid in patient application.