Orthotic Treatment of Chronic Pain
When pain lasts for more than 12 weeks, it is considered to be chronic. Chronic pain can become increasingly debilitating, interfere with your daily activities, restrict your mobility, and even cause depression.
Treating Chronic Pain
When treating pain, your doctor’s goal is to manage the symptoms so you can continue to actively live your life. Depending on the root cause of your pain, your doctor may also recommend bracing.
If you have pain in your ankle, knee, hip, back, wrist, or shoulder, ask your physician if bracing can help. Chronic pain braces are designed to correct posture, displace pressure, add compression, and restrict or correct movement, all of which may provide relief. In many cases, the right brace can give you a better quality of life.
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