Knee Braces for mild to moderate ligament joint pain, sprain, strains of the knee ligaments. Provides support, stabilization and compression of the knee joint.
A Knee Brace is a brace that extends above and below the knee joint and is generally worn to support or align the knee. In the case of diseases causing neurological or muscular impairment of muscles surrounding the knee, a Knee Brace can prevent flexion or extension instability of the knee. In the case of conditions affecting the ligaments or cartilage of the knee, a Knee Brace can provide stabilization to the knee by replacing the function of these injured or damaged parts. For instance, knee braces can be used to relieve pressure from the part of the knee joint affected by diseases such as arthritis or osteoarthritis by realigning the knee joint into valgus or varus. In this way a Knee Brace may help reduce osteoarthritis pain.
Yes, Medicare Part B covers 80% of the Medicare-approved price of braces prescribed as “medically necessary” by a Medicare-enrolled doctor and which are bought, or rented, from a Medicare-approved supplier.
If you’re the recipient of Medicare, you may be able to access most Medical Supplies that are fully covered by your insurance plan. The team at Developed Medical can help match you to the right supplies that are covered by your insurance.
With Developed Medicals Courtesy Billing Program