What a pain in the back

August 20, 2012 at 7:18 pm Leave a comment

Suffering from back pain? You’re not alone, millions of Americans suffer through achy, sore and sometimes excruciating back pain. With a wide variety of treatments such as masage, ice, heat, bracing, PT etc. its hard to know what to do. The first step of course is to go visit your physician, as they will be able to diagnose the specific condition and correlating treatment plan that will work best for you.

Once you have seen your physician you may be staring at a very vague looking prescription, one that simply says you need a back brace. Well have no fear this is where O&P Design steps in. With a variety of off the shelf and custom options our staff will guide you through the process of finding relief and comfort. Most styles of back orthosis are discreet and low maintenance. They fit underneath your clothing and can be put through the wash on a gentle cycle. These brace designs address some of the more common conditions we see. The most popular design by far is the Aspen quick draw. This low profile brace is not only easily concealed but it is a snap to use. Personally I regularly wear an Aspen Quick draw and for quick and easy relief from an always aching back this brace does the trick and then some. Our most frequent comment from patients regarding the Aspen is “Ahhh that feels better”.

So if you are suffering from chronic back pain, you may want to give your physician a call to find out if you would benefit from an Aspen quick draw or another bracing option.

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