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Our Certified Orthotist has specialized in the brace treatment of pediatric and adult scoliosis/kyphosis for over 30 years.  Our state-of-the-art orthotic management has been both praised and used exclusively by some of the finest spinal physicians in our area. Our practitioner's monthly attendance at the Maimonides Scoliosis clinic of Brooklyn, NY helps us maintain a pulse on the latest advances in Scoliosis/Kyphosis management, as well as mandatory continuing education in compliance with the American Board for Certification.
 Our experienced professional staff of certified orthotists work successfully with our regional hospitals to provide quality physician directed care.
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What is Orthotics?
Orthoses can be referred as orthopedic supports, braces, and splins. Prescribed by a physician, orthoses provide support, protection and functionality to all portions of your body.
What are the benefits?
-Protect the areas of the body from further deformities and promote healing
-Provide function to an area of the body that may be weakened or injured
-Replace or enhance functionality and stability
Braces and supports are a broad and important specialty area that can dramatically improve the quality of life for people with specific musculoskeletal conditions caused by illness, injury or congenital anomaly. Our orthotic specialists create a range of precise, custom-fit items from complex bracing systems, to foot orthotics to, to mastectomy products. Often the goal is to increase mobility while decreasing rehabilitation time. Orthotic devies can be especially helpful in preventing an existing problem from getting worse. Treatment protocols encompass pediatric, adults, neuromuscular pathology, spinal, spinal cord injury, sports, and upper and lower extremity prosthetic users.


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