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Ankle, Back, Wrist and Knee Braces

Ankle-Back-WristDynamic Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic Inc. is proud to carry Bauerfeind Braces and Orthoses. These braces & orthoses offer unparalleled support during recovery from injuries or surgery, degenerative changes, as well as provide new levels of mobility. Bauerfeind’s high quality standards guarantee excellent product functionality. Please note that the braces listed below are examples of braces that are common examples, however there are many other braces that provide stabilization for very specific conditions such as (patellar tendon, kneecap relief, muscle injuries to the thigh, hip joint, SI joints, spine stabilization, and thumb).

Braces & Orthoses that can provide stability for:

    Achilles Tendon

  • These braces are designed to offer full support of the Achilles tendon especially chronic, post-traumatic or post-operative irritation such as an Achilles tendon rupture. These braces are made from breathable materials that are contoured for maximum comfort. The integrated heel wedge raises the heel approximately 6mm to relieve the Achilles tendon.
  • Stabilization of the Ankle Joint

  • These braces provide for relief and stabilization of the ankle joint. Used for chronic, post-operative & post-traumatic sprains these braces feature breathable materials to ensure effective compression and excellent wearing comfort. Provides active stabilization of the ankle.
  • Orthoses for correction of the Big Toe at Rest

  • These braces are used to help with Hallux Valgus, a big toe deformity that is accompanied by significant functional disability and foot pain. This brace helps bring the big toe into correct axial alignment by application of small forces. This brace is worn without shoes and is not suitable for walking.
  • Stabilization of the Knee Joint

  • These braces are used for stabilizing the knee joint caused by ligament insertion degeneration, chronic, post-traumatic or post-operative treatment. The massage effects and compression of the brace acceleration the reabsorption of edema and effusions and help relieve pain. These braces are particularly stretchy, breathable and moisture wicking and are excellent for wearing comfort.
  • Stabilization of the Lumbar Spine

  • These braces are designed for general pain in the lumbar spine area (acute & chronic), degenerative conditions of the lumbar spine, as well as muscular insufficiency of the spine. The flexible stays integrated at the back can be adapted individually to provide anatomically correct brace for the affected areas. Provides light strain relief & stabilization of the lumbar spine and lumbosacral junction.
  • Stabilization of the Wrist

  • Braces are designed to provide support of chronic, post-traumatic or post-operative irritation in the wrist area as well as dislocations due to wrist injuries/sprains, osteoarthritis, tendovaginitis, and wrist instability. Active brace to stabilize the wrist while having effective compression and excellent wearing comfort.
  • Orthoses for Elbow Tendon Insertions

  • Braces are designed to provide support & relief for lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow), medial epicondylitis (golfers elbow). Provides targeted and graduated compression of the lower arm and is indicated for muscle and tendon attachment site in the elbow region.
  • Active Brace for Stabilization of the Shoulder Joint

  • Active brace for treatment of the shoulder due to chronic, post-traumatic or post-operative irritation in the shoulder area as well as osteoarthritis of the shoulder. Overall joint function is improved, abduction, anteversion and retroversion movements are stimulated. This can relieve pain improve joint perception and activates the joint-stabilizing muscle.

For more information on Braces & Orthoses please contact Dynamic Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic Inc. at 905-273-5433


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Each patient is evaluated on a case by case basis. Depending on the type of injury and what stage of healing a recommendation will be made to you by the treating practitioner.

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