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What is Orthopedic?

Orthopedic conditions can be treated both surgically and nonsurgically through medications, physical therapy, exercise, alternative therapies, or a variety of surgical procedures, including some that are minimally invasive and thus less traumatic to the body than traditional open surgery. If you are healing from an injury, require injury prevention, have osteoarthritis, have recently undergone surgery, or have some other medical conditions, your doctor may prescribe you an orthopedic brace or cast. Whatever your orthopedic issue is, we have a brace for you. Browse our entire catalog to find the brace or orthopedic support you're looking for.

Types of Orthopedics Splints and Braces

  1. Cervical Orthopedic - Cervical orthopedic braces help recover from neck sprain, neck pain, spinal fractures, cervical fractures, or minimally invasive spinal surgeries. Cervical orthopedics include cervical collars, cervical support pillows, and cervical roll pillows.         

  2. Ankle/Foot Supports -Foot and ankle supports provide maximum protection to acute and chronic ankle instabilities and relieve stiffness and soreness. Choose from a wide range of toe spacers toe bandages, ball of foot protectors, bunion splints, callus cushions, hallux valgus splints, and hammertoe cushions.

  3. Back and Abdominal Supports - Back and abdominal supports are used to treat torso diseases or deformities. We have several braces and special supports, including lumbar supports, rib supports, abdomen binders, clavicle supports, sacroiliac belts, hernia belts and supports, trochanter belts, posture correction devices, and lifting support belts.

  4. Arm and Shoulder Supports - Arm and shoulder support reduce the risk of shoulder dislocation or injury, pain, and swelling after surgery, increased shoulder stability. We have different types of arm slings for both adults and pediatric, including shoulder immobilizers, clavicle straps, arm and hand elevators.

  5. Hand and Wrist Support - Hand and wrist supports are good for providing heat and compression to the ligaments, helping relieve pain. At the Rehab store, you will find wrist supports of all styles and with different utilities. Try these hand and wrist supports to pace up your rehabilitation.


What does an Orthopedic Surgeons do besides surgery?


It involves:

  • Diagnosis of your injury or disorder.
  • Treatment with medication, casting, surgery, exercise, or other options.
  • Rehabilitation by suggesting physical therapy or exercises to restore movement, strength, and function.
  • Prevention with treatment plans to prevent injury or slow the progression of the disease.


Where to buy Orthopedics Products online?


At Rehab Store, we offer a wide range of Orthopedics from well-known orthopedic brands like Performance health and more. Our wide collection also includes Supports and protectors for the limbs and other parts of the body from well-known manufacturers like Breg Incorporated, BSN Medical, Core Products, etc.. Please browse our extensive range to select the design that best suits your needs.


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Orthopaedic FAQs


1. What are the three diagnostic tests of an Orthopedic Evaluation?

Common orthopedic tests involve bone densitometry, discography, skeletal scintigraphy, electromyography, and myelography. These tests rely on proven technology, such as X-ray, MRI, ultrasound, and computed tomography.

2. When should you go to an Orthopedic?

Broken bones, dislocations, stress fractures, muscle injury, and tendon tears or ruptures are common reasons people visit orthopedic doctors.

3. What does Orthopedics focus on?

Orthopedics is a medical specialization that concentrates on injuries and diseases of your body's musculoskeletal system. This complex system, which includes your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves, allows you to move, work, and be active.


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