Neuro‐musculoskeletal Correction or Protection From head to toe
Orthotic services performed by Certified Orthotists assure that patients receive the highest level of care for their neuro‐musculoskeletal (involving the nerves, muscle, joints, bones and ligaments) or musculoskeletal impairments. As healthcare’s primary specialists in the implementation of braces or supports, we work with prescribing physicians or therapists to correct, support or protect parts of the anatomy. Our goal is always to achieve maximum functionality or to replace lost function.
From emergency room support to long‐term care for children or adults with disabilities, Orthotists provide custom‐made or prefabricated orthoses (braces or supports) for protection, correction or replacement of lost function.
Orthotists provide the following full range of services
Clinical assessment of patients functionality and requirements
Development of a treatment plan
Technical fabrication of modifications of orthotic devices
Application, fitting and long-term adjustments
Education and/or training on using orthoses
Overview of Treatments
Orthotists treat a vast array of physical impairments and employ even more treatment protocols. For an overview of these, roll over the bodies below to view some of the common treatment options that are available through an Orthotist.
We have compiled a list of some of the common congenital, injury‐related and diseases/disorders that are treated with orthoses. This is a broad overview and we ask that contact an Orthotist to see how we can help you.
Spinal Cord Issues
Soft tissue damage
Additionally, Orthotists may specialize in:
Comprehensive scoliosis management
Pediatric orthotic care
Post-surgical trauma orthotic services
Orthoses for sports-related injuries