Health Professionals at Care Plus Physiotherapy have the knowledge and experience to help you get going! From a professional athlete to a daily jogger, we can help you get back to your daily routine.
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GETTING STARTED – AN ACCURATE DIAGNOSIS.
At Care Plus Physiotherapy, our health professionals provide an accurate diagnosis. It is coupled with a properly prescribed and fitted brace to allow a healthier, active, and complete recovery. The support and protection of a properly prescribed brace can help provide the confidence to return you to your desired activity safely.
DO I NEED A BRACE?
Your Physiotherapist or Physician may recommend that you use a brace due to an injury. The brace may be recommended before and/or after surgery. Also the brace may be recommended due to the deterioration in joints because of overuse or age. You may also need to replace an older brace due to your body or lifestyle changes. An accurate diagnosis is a vital first step to selecting the best brace for your purposes. An accurate diagnosis also determines when and for how long the brace should be worn for maximum benefit.
In sports, such as football, hockey, and soccer, large forces and pressures are exerted on the knee. A knee brace can prevent injury by absorbing the force that otherwise may cause severe injury to the knee.
WHAT DOES A BRACE DO; HOW DOES IT HELP?
Braces help increase stability and can off-load pressure. Following injury, for example a knee injury, a custom fitted brace will help support the knee. It will keep it in appropriate alignment. The brace also helps stabilize the knee joint. The brace can be set to restrict excessive bending, twisting and side to side movements of the knee as well as front to back movements that will continue to aggravate an already injured knee.
WHAT TYPES OF BRACES ARE AVAILABLE?
The Braces are available for many joints in the body including the following which are commonly used:
Knee Braces (including ACL and post-op braces)
Wrist Braces (including carpal tunnel braces)
Drop Foot Braces