ORTHOTICS

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What is an Orthotic device?

Orthotics are correct term for an externally applied device that is designed and fitted to the body to achieve one or more of the following goals:

  • Control biomechanical alignment
  • Correct or accommodate the deformity
  • Protect and support an injury
  • Assist rehabilitation
  • Reduce pain
  • Increase mobility
  • Increase independence

We can supply the following Orthotics

  • Foot orthotics, for various foot, leg, or postural problems. 
  • Ankle and Knee Orthoses, for joint protection, pain reduction, or support after surgery
  • Ankle-Foot Orthoses and Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthoses to improve mobility, support rehabilitation, and biomechanical goals
  • Upper Limb orthoses, to provide positional and functional support to the upper limb
  • Fracture Orthoses, the modern alternative to plaster or fiberglass casts
  • Spinal Orthoses, to correct or control spinal deformities and injuries and to provide immobilization or support to spinal injuries.

What is an Orthotic device?

Orthotics are correct term for an externally applied device that is designed and fitted to the body to achieve one or more of the following goals:

  • Control biomechanical alignment
  • Correct or accommodate the deformity
  • Protect and support an injury
  • Assist rehabilitation
  • Reduce pain
  • Increase mobility
  • Increase independence

Orthotics

As we age, the bones in our bodies begin to change. While some of these changes may be helpful in leading a long and fruitful life, others can become quite troublesome. As your spinal structure begins to shift, strain can occur on your lower back and other areas where joints meet. This pairing of one or more joints with a muscle group is identified as a muscle unit. Strain on a muscle unit is often the result of biomechanical or structural issues that are beyond the level of one’s medical expertise. This is why you visit an orthotist before you begin any sort of extensive treatment plan using physical therapy, chiropractics, prescription drugs, or surgical procedures. A skilled orthotist has been trained to use his/her expertise and proper materials to relieve pain caused by biomechanical and structural problems while providing comfort with those solutions.

  • Whether you’ve injured your hand, back, or any other part of your body, our orthotics will make sure that your injury doesn’t hold you back while you’re trying to perform as well as possible in your sport.

  • Injuries can strike at any time, and when they do, it can really throw your game off. That’s why we offer a line of orthotics made to prevent sports injuries in your hand and back.

    All of our orthotics are made of high-quality materials and are designed with comfort in mind. Call us today to schedule an appointment!

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Spinal & Neck

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Lower Limbs

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Upper Limbs

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