Bracing can be a very useful tool in helping recovery from a musculoskeletal injury. Although the role of braces in preventing musculoskeletal injuries is non-existent, there’s a lot of evidence for how these can help during the healing phase.
For people who have suffered a knee or a foot injury, such as a torn tendon or bone fractures, a brace can help stabilize the knee against pressure that could hinder complete recovery. When functional and custom braces are used during physiotherapy, these have been shown to significantly improve healing rates and reduce discomfort after the therapy.
For upper musculoskeletal injuries such as back, neck and arm injuries these braces can help immobilize the joints to facilitate quick healing. If you’re currently undergoing physiotherapy or resting from an injury, consult with Divergent Innovative Health Care for a brace.
There’s no generic size or type of brace that can fit all people. Depending on the nature of your injury and your physiology, a brace has to be custom designed to provide maximum comfort and healing power. We will take into account all possible considerations, such as where the most pressure alleviation is required, what the nature of the injury is and how far along you are in your recovery process to create the best possible fit for you.
Divergent Innovative Health Care can create braces for a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries like:
These are only a few examples of the braces that we can produce; our entire list of bracing products is rather extensive.
Get in touch with Divergent Innovative Health Care for more information on the braces we can produce, that are best suited to your injuries. Call today for an appointment and a consultation with our specialists.
Conditions that we treat are:
- Whiplash Injuries
- Soccer Injuries
- Running Injuries
- Tennis Elbow/Golfers Elbow
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
- Repetitive Injuries
- Plantar Fasciitis