If you have private insurance or Medicare, you may qualify to receive a pain relieving brace at no cost to you.
Our compression back braces provide the most effective back pain relief. It’s effectiveness is derived from a simple mechanical principle, provide circumferential pressure to support the para-spinal muscles.
– Support weak muscles and relieve back pain
– Increase stability and improve mobility
If you have Medicare or private insurance, you may qualify to receive a pain relieving brace at little to no cost to you.
Our knee braces are the most effective for relieving knee pain that is associated with osteoarthritis. It’s effectiveness comesfrom simple mechanical principle, unload the arthritic compartment and relieve the pain.
– Relieve knee pain and comfort your joints
– Improve mobility and increase stability
A new medical brace that offers you mobility is pointless if you’re buried with excessive insurance “red-tape” just to get it. Medical insurance is far from simple, and often it is a messy and complicated proposition. A basic visit to the doctor can involve ceaseless paperwork and long phone calls with insurance companies.
At Comfort Medical, we want to help you get the life changing medical brace you need and as soon as possible with as few complications as possible. That is why Comfort Medical works on your behalf with private and government insurance to get you the brace you need and in some cases, at no cost to you. A single phone call is all it takes to start the process. Call us now and begin your new life.
Comfort Medical gives people the mobility they need to continue living life without pain. Until health care evolves into an easier experience, we are here to help you with the process!
Thank you for choosing Comfort Medical.
When Should I Wear The Brace?
Every person and their situation is different, so this answer will vary case-by-case. However, as a general rule of thumb, the more pain you experience, the more often you should use a brace. Wearing a brace can help you get through your busy day. It can provide much-needed relief for patients with either acute or chronic pain.
What are the downsides to using a brace?
Like any form of treatment, braces do have a few minor drawbacks. If you wear your brace excessively or rely on it too much, it can cause muscle weakness. This can be easily avoided by following the doctor’s recommendations for use. You may also perform light exercises as prescribed by your doctor to increase muscle strength. Another minor disadvantage comes with improper form. When lifting or moving heavy objects, be sure to use correct body mechanics to achieve the greatest protection from injury.
Will Medicare cover my brace?
Fortunately, Medicare will pay on average 80% of the costs associated with receiving a brace. Based on your individual level of pain and specific health needs, some individuals receive their brace free of charge. Medicare will usually only approve a brace once every five years, so be sure to consult with your chiropractor about the durability and use of your back brace.
How long will it take for my injuries to be healed?
This question is best answered on a case by case basis. It depends on the extent of the injuries and the patient’s natural ability to recover. However, the results are long-lasting.
What is a back brace?
It’s easy to be confused about what constitutes a back brace—of course, there are plenty of consumer-targeted devices that will stabilize the back. Back braces can come in metal or plastic and are designed to support the back. They protect areas ranging from the entire body to just the lower back. No matter what design, back braces are typically used to encourage healing by reducing the workload on the back.