Braces are designed to help relieve pain in specific parts of the body, aid in recovery from injuries, and improve your overall comfort.

Braces are used to address issues with the musculoskeletal system, which practically includes the entire body, from the hip to the hand, to your foot and ankle.

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The musculoskeletal system includes bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves – everything that needs to be in ideal shape for you to move about comfortably.

Braces can be used to treat sports and workplace injuries as well as chronic conditions such as arthritis and back pain.

Each body part has its own section of braces and supports specific to treating injuries, post-op therapy, congenital ailments, or for protection against injuries sustained during sports or other daily activities. Here are some examples of the different types of braces used:

Wrist/Hand Braces

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Elbow/Arm/Shoulder Braces

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Back Braces

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Knee Braces

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Hip Braces

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Foot/Ankle Braces

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Do you think you could benefit from wearing a brace? Do you have any questions about what type of brace you may need? Are you having a hard time finding the right brace for you?