Braces, Splints & Supports

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McKesson Heel Lift-Large
McKesson Heel Lift
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Ossur Mesh Top Post-Op Shoe - 453135_EA - 1
Ossur Mesh Top Post-Op Shoe
Sale price$20.99
A-T Surgical Mfg Co Inc Athletic Supporter - 652475_EA - 1
3M Bauer & Black Athletic Supporter - 452705_EA - 1
3M Bauer & Black Athletic Supporter
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SkiL-Care Geri-Sleeve Protective Arm Sleeve -1 Pair
ProCare Unisex Post-Op Shoe, Large -Each
ProCare Post-Op Shoe
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ProCare Male Post-Op Shoe - 410159_EA - 1
ProCare Male Post-Op Shoe
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ProCare Female Post-Op Shoe - 410161_EA - 1
ProCare Female Post-Op Shoe
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Darco Softie Post-Op Shoe - 683850_EA - 1
Darco Softie Post-Op Shoe
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Darco OrthoWedge Post-Op Shoe, X-Large, Black -Case of 36
Darco OrthoWedge Post-Op Shoe
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Darco Med-Surg Post-Op Shoe - 681422_EA - 1
Darco Med-Surg Post-Op Shoe
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Darco HeelWedge Post-Op Shoe, Large -Case of 36
Darco HeelWedge Post-Op Shoe
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Darco APB Post-Op Shoe - 541615_EA - 1
Darco APB Post-Op Shoe
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ProCare Female Blue Post-Op Shoe - 410162_EA - 1
Bird & Cronin DLX.1 Pediatric Post-Op Shoe - 765373_EA - 1
Bird & Cronin DLX.1 Mens Post-Op Shoe - 511894_EA - 1

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Frequently Asked Questions about Braces, Splints & Supports

Braces, splints, and supports are orthopedic devices used to provide stability, immobilization, or support to injured or weak body parts, such as joints, muscles, or ligaments.

These devices work by restricting movement, providing compression, and offering support to the affected area. They help alleviate pain, reduce swelling, promote healing, and prevent further damage.

Braces and splints are often recommended for various conditions, such as sprains, strains, fractures, ligament injuries, and certain chronic conditions like arthritis. Your healthcare provider will assess your specific needs and determine if a brace or splint is suitable for you.

The selection of a brace or splint depends on the type and location of your injury, as well as your individual needs. It's crucial to consult with a healthcare professional who can recommend the most appropriate device based on your condition.

Yes, many braces, splints, and supports can be customized or adjusted to provide a better fit and meet individual requirements. Some may require professional fitting or adjustments, while others offer adjustable features.

In some cases, wearing a brace, splint, or support overnight may be recommended for specific conditions. However, it's important to follow the guidance of your healthcare provider, as prolonged or improper use may lead to complications.

The duration of brace or splint usage varies depending on the injury or condition. Your healthcare provider will provide specific instructions regarding when to wear it and for how long. It's crucial to adhere to these guidelines for optimal recovery.

Like any medical device, braces, splints, and supports have potential risks and side effects. These may include skin irritation, discomfort, pressure sores, muscle atrophy (weakening), or restricted range of motion. Proper usage and regular follow-up with your healthcare provider can help minimize these risks.

Depending on your condition, your healthcare provider may allow you to remove the brace or splint for certain activities, such as bathing or gentle exercises. However, it's essential to follow their instructions carefully to avoid further injury or setbacks.

To maintain hygiene and extend the lifespan of your device, follow the manufacturer's instructions for cleaning and care. Avoid submerging it in water unless specified, and check for any signs of wear or damage regularly. If you have concerns or notice any issues, consult your healthcare provider.

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