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Bracing & Sport Medicine Products

Wellington Physiotherapy offers a wide variety of custom and patient-ready orthopedic braces. Our Certified Athletic Therapists are trained and experienced in the science, custom fitting and application of both patient ready and custom made braces.

Custom Unloader Bracing for Knee Osteoarthritis

One of the most commonly prescribed non-invasive therapies prescribed by orthopaedic specialists for sufferers of knee osteoarthritis is a Custom Unloader Knee Brace. These Custom Unloader Knee Braces are proven to relieve the bone-on-bone pressure that is placed on your arthritic knee throughout an active day.

If your physician has informed you of the potential benefit of one of these braces, you can feel very confident Wellington Physiotherapy Associate's brace specialist has the skills and experiences required to get you exactly what you need!

Wellington Physiotherapy offers a wide variety of custom and patient-ready orthopaedic braces. Our Certified Athletic Therapist are trained and experienced in the science, custom fitting and application of both patient ready and custom made braces.

Custom Knee Bracing for an Unstable Knee

Custom Knee Bracing is also a scientifically proven treatment for the unstable knee. If you feel you have an unstable knee and want to continue to be active, ask your physician about how knee bracing can help you. Don't let an unstable knee prevent you from being active! Our Certified Athletic Therapist has over 2 decades of experience in the science, fitting, and application of Custom Ligamentous Knee Bracing.

Remember, MOTION IS MEDICINE!

Braces are typically used to restrict undesired, potentially harmful motion and to allow desired motion. We carry braces and supports for several injuries including:

  •      - Ligamentous Knee Injuries (ACL, PCL, MCL)
  •      - Osteoarthritis (Knee OA)
  •      - Ankle Sprains
  •      - Carpal tunnel syndrome
  •      - Shoulder dislocations
  •      - Tennis and golfer's elbow
  •      - Various knee injuries (i.e. Patellofemoral syndrome, jumper's knee)

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