Suppports

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    Calf Support

    835.00/= 780.00/=
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    Chest Brace Sternal Pad

    2,600.00/= 2,470.00/=
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    Clavicle Brace – Figure Of Eight

    3,150.00/= 2,860.00/=
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    Diabetic Socks

    2,360.00/= 2,275.00/=
    Diabetic socks are socks aimed at people with diabetes. Quite often, diabetic socks are designed without seams in order to reduce the chance of blistering. In addition, diabetic socks may also be designed to control moisture in order to reduce risk of fungal infection or with cushioning to prevent foot ulcers. Good skin care and foot care is essential. Foot ulcers affect as many as 10% of people with diabetes.

    Ideal socks for people with diabetes

    The ideal socks for people with diabetes will have the following features:
    • Non-elasticated cuffs
    • No prominent seams
    • Keep in warmth (particularly for winter use)
    • Allow feet to breathe and sweat to dry out (particularly for summer use)

    Keeping feet warm

    Keeping feet warm can help to improve blood circulation which is beneficial for the skin and the health of nerves in the feet. Socks play an important role in keeping feet warm and some socks may be designed specifically to keep feet warmer and to improve circulation. If your feet are regularly cold, you may benefit from wearing 2 pairs of socks at a time, or socks over stockings. Note that it’s better not to wear 2 pairs of socks if they cause shoes to fit too tightly.
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    Doughnut Pillow

    8,450.00/= 7,550.00/=
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    Drop Foot Lifter

    3,800.00/= 3,100.00/=
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    Elbow Support

    730.00/= 612.30/=
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    Extended Wrist Support

    950.00/= 842.40/=
     
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    Foot Elevator

    3,950.00/= 3,500.00/=
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    Hard Cervical Collar

    1,680.00/= 1,560.00/=
    A hard cervical collar supports your neck and limits your neck movement. This protects your spine. A hard collar works better than a soft one to limit your neck movement.
    A hard cervical collar is used for spine problems or injuries. It limits forward and backward movement more than a soft one does. Hard collars are sometimes used to support a person's neck right after an injury. They also may be used for neck strain. Hard collars can be used for degenerative disc disease or some types of bone fractures. They can also support the neck after surgery. You may get a hard cervical collar after you have used a halo brace. A halo brace attaches to your head. It provides very stiff support of your neck.
    A cervical collar fits from your chin to your breastbone (sternum). It extends from the base of your head down to the top of your back. Sometimes, the top of the collar fits tightly around the lower jaw. Your doctor can make sure that your cervical collar is the right size and fit. This will provide the best support for your spine. Some types of cervical braces cover more of your body. These braces limit your neck movement even more. It's important to wear your neck brace or collar correctly. Wear it for as long as your doctor tells you.
    Problems from using your collar can usually be treated by your doctor. They include:
    • Skin sores from pressure or moisture.
    • Trouble with balance and seeing where you are walking.
    • Weakness in your neck muscles.
    • Problems swallowing and eating.
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    Hernia Aid (Surgical Truss)

    4,050.00/= 3,900.00/=
    Hernia Truss features dual adjustable compression trusses designed to aid in the relief of hernias. The truss pads have unique Velcro (tm) system that allows for a completely customize fit. The hernia aid truss has a 2" elastic waist band is completely adjustable and has a low profile that can be hidden by the waist band of most pants. The leg straps of the hernia aid truss are made from soft Super Stretch Spandex that is covered with high end nylon for true comfort. The inguinal hernia aid truss is lightweight and discrete. I am sure you will be happy with this hernia truss. Size Guide
    For correct size measure around the hips
    Small 30" - 35"
    Medium 35" - 41"
    Large 41" - 46"
    X-Large 46" - 52"
    Some custom manufacturing of the  hernia truss availible for greater than 52". Call for details. Additional charges apply. An  hernia is a protrusion of abdominal-cavity contents through the abdominal muscles in the groin area.  hernias are very common (lifetime risk of hernia: 27% for men, 3% for women). If you are unsure if the AlphaBrace.com  hernia truss is right for we recommend you talk to your doctor. If you are not sure if you have an inguinal hernia we also recommend you consult your doctor. The  Hernia Truss is an over the counter product and does not require a doctor's prescription, however, it is always a good idea to talk your doctor about health aids / ( hernia truss) you are using.