We offer a wide variety of OTS (off-the-shelf) bracing options to meet the needs of our patients. If you’re interested in reading up more on these options be sure to check out our blog!
Back bracing is where it all began for us: All American Medical Supply Corp. has been providing durable, quality lumbar support braces to patients for nearly a decade. If you’re interested in learning more about the braces we offer click here.
While our OTS bracing options will meet most patients’ needs we do offer custom braces for qualifying individuals. Our certified orthotists, pedorthists, and orthotic fitters will work with you to ensure the perfect fit.
At All American Medical Supply, we carry only the top quality manufacturers in braces and orthotics for all types of injuries. We have a full line of braces and splints which help treat a variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions such as acute and chronic pain, fracture and ligament injuries, osteoarthritis, sports injuries and more. Our trained and certified personnel can measure and fit any type of brace whether it is off the shelf, custom fitted, or if it needs custom fabrication.
We keep a large inventory of braces and splints in our Massapequa office. Walk-ins are welcomed. You can stop by the office with your doctor’s written order and our friendly staff can verify your insurance and likely fit your brace on the spot. Most patients can use Off The Shelf (OTS) braces but some patients may require a prefabricated brace to be custom fitted to their body type. This may includes heat molding or other adjustments to the brace to insure a proper fit. In some circumstances a patient may have advanced arthritic changes and their joints have become deformed, or they have scoliosis, or the patient can not achieve a proper fit from a pre-fabricated orthosis. These patients require a custom made brace that is molded to the shape of the body part we are bracing. Custom braces, require an appointment with our Certified Orthotist for a consultation, evaluation and fitting. The necessity for a custom brace or splint is done on a case by case basis.
Once your brace is fit, we follow up with our patient to make sure there is a good fit with the brace. If follow up visits are necessary, we have you come back in to the office for any necessary adjustments to the brace.
Medicare, Medicaid, and most health insurance companies will pay for orthopedic bracing and splints. Medicare will typically pay for one brace every 5 years. Call us directly to check your insurance eligibility.