Orthotics Patient Care

Our certified practitioners will take the time to listen to you. If you have not had a positive experience or it hurts to wear your orthosis, we want to know. We make patient care a priority. If needed, we will work with other members of your care team to reach the most appropriate plan of care.

  • Custom-designed orthoses are fabricated and adapted on-site
  • Custom measurement, casting & fitting
  • On-going patient care to meet the unique and individual conditions of each patient
  • We work with all ages of patients: pediatric, adult or geriatric

In-House Fabrication

It’s our in-house fabrication that gives us so much confidence in our ability to provide you an excellent product quickly.

We will work with your doctor and insurance to find the device which fits your needs and is most cost effective. If adjustments can be made to the existing device, we want to save time and money!

Orthotic Fracture Management Solutions

Our team of specialists work closely with inpatient rehabilitation, podiatry and orthopedic patients to provide each one with a device that will produce positive, lasting results and improve mobility, all with ongoing support.

The extent of the evaluation and assessment depends on the complexity of the patient’s diagnosis and urgency for care or treatment. This may involve only the initial visit or a series of visits to reach a specific conclusion of treatment.

Pediatrics

No one deserves more care and attention than children. Our practitioners take special care to provide calm, competent comfort to children in need of care. Prosthetic and orthotic care can be a scary thing for anyone, and children in particular receive the benefit of our careful attention.

Our team of specialists work closely with inpatient rehabilitation, podiatry and orthopedic departments to provide each patient with a device that will produce positive, lasting results and improve mobility, all with ongoing support. Our post-op care experience includes upper and lower extremities.

Your first step is to get a referral from your primary care doctor.

The extent of an evaluation and assessment depends on the complexity of the patient’s diagnosis and urgency for care or treatment. This may involve only the initial visit, or a series of visits may be needed to reach a specific conclusion as to the most appropriate treatment. Our experienced and dedicated practitioners are specialists in their respective fields of practice. This ensures that each patient receives the most appropriate device, recommended by practitioners who specialize in their scope of practice.

Our certified practitioners will take the time to listen to each patient’s specific needs, and once treatment is decided, we carry or customize a range of styles and materials for the patient’s need.

Our goal is to fit each patient with a device that will produce lasting results and improve mobility.

Many people experience issues with their feet and ankles. When the discomfort interferes with daily activities, ask your doctor about bracing solutions. With a doctor-recommended prescribed brace, we can help you get a proper fit and back on your feet again.

Semi-rigid, pre-molded, custom-fitted wrist orthosis.

Provides proper support and immobilization of the wrist and thumb. Allows unobstructed motion of the fingers.

  • Post cast fracture immobilization
  • Wrist fractures and sprains
  • Cumulative Trauma Disorder
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Post tendon transfer support
  • Postoperative support after removal of internal or external fixation devices
  • Gamekeeper’s thumb
  • DeQuervain’s Syndrome

Off-the-shelf Thumb Spica

For support and symptomatic relief of gamekeeper’s thumb, de Quervain’s syndrome, scaphoid injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, sprains and strains.

  • Malleable and removable palmer stay for customized angulations
  • Dorsal stay for additional support and immobilization
  • Additional aluminum stay along extensor surface of thumb
  • Comfortable and lightweight foam laminate construction 

Mild Contracture Options

A Resting Hand Splint treats moderate flexion contractures of wrist/hand/thumb. Adjustable for ulnar/radial deviation. Extra long wrist strap maintains proper position while applying gentle stretch. Color coded straps facilitate brace application and staff training. Antibacterial cover fabric helps reduce odor. Finger separator available.

A hip abduction orthosis is a brace typically used following a hip replacement, hip dislocation or glutis medius repair.

This orthosis is used to help prevent excessive flexion or extension (forward and backward movement) of the hip and to limit adduction (it keeps the legs from moving together). The brace holds the femur (thigh) in the hip socket, allowing proper healing to take place. The brace should be worn 24 hours a day unless otherwise instructed.

A prefabricated or custom-to-measurement orthosis utilizes pelvic components to allow for full pelvic weight bearing, eliminating the need for shoulder straps which are often uncomfortable. Unique shoulder joint controls adduction/abduction, flexion/extension, and rotation of the shoulder and arm, offering the orthopaedic professional a true choice of positions. Lined with neoprene, the orthosis is lightweight, comfortable, and easy to don and doff.

doctor helping patient with hip brace
  • Post-operative hip revision patients
  • Primary arthroplasty patients at risk to dislocate Patients needing stability after dislocation
  • Inoperable patients requiring hip stabilization
  • Patients who can benefit from a hip brace to reinforce hip precautions
Knee pain solutions graphic

Past patients and referring physicians recommend us because of our superior patient care standards, and quality of the products we supply. if patient does not get pain relief, then we will stand behind our Money Back Guarantee to Insurance Payer and for Patients Co-Pay. Ask your doctor for a referral to a Collier or Laurence practitioner for a knee brace evaluation today! We work with all insurance providers for your convenience.

ACL, PCL & MCL Knee Instability Orthotics

Once you and your doctor have decided your course of treatment, our trained practitioners can help you find the brace that fits your daily activities, and then educate you on the operation of your specific orthosis. Everyone’s situation is unique, and our job is to listen to your needs and answer all your questions. Your assigned practitioner will work directly with your care team to provide the most appropriate products for your diagnosis.

Ankle Foot Orthoses

Clubfoot

Scoliosis

Sports Injury Bracing

A specialist is needed to determine the RGO that is right for the patient’s neurosegmental level and other indications.

Learn More about RGOs

RGO’s are enabling people with mobility impairments access to the latest technology to walk and participate in over-ground gait training for adults and children. Our RGO-experienced practitioners provide support throughout the entire process from first fitting to ambulation device training. If you think a reciprocating gait orthosis can improve your daily living, please talk to your general practitioner about a referral and send us a message

Our CCS Paneled practitioners have many years of combined experience treating scoliosis.

We encourage you to ask as many questions as you need to determine the best course of scoliosis treatment for your child.

TLSO Bracing

Post-op and spinal stability support for patients of all ages.

Elbow Orthotic Solutions

Our practitioners work closely with your physican for the correct outcome. We will recommend a device that meets as many of your conditions we can address such as:

  • Restoring function at the elbow, enabling functional tasks and stabilization
  • Customized for your condition
  • Proper fit for all day comfort
  • Customized look for pediatric patients when possible

Collier practitioners can custom fabricate an ultra-lightweight elbow orthosis which features carbon graphite shells and titanium joints.

The rigid superstructure provides the ultimate support for elbow instabilities and hyperextension injuries. This brace allows patients to perform with injuries that cause them to be inactive during daily activities.

Optional adjustments for range of motion limitations can be accommodated.

Post-Op Range of Motion Elbow Orthosis

For immediate application following injury or operative procedures to the elbow, or for stable fractures of the distal humerus or proximal to middle radius or ulna. 

• Dislocations

• Nerve Entrapment

• Arthroscopic Procedures

• Internal Fixation

• Stable Fracture

• Radial Head FX

• Bicep Tendon Repair

• FX Olecranon

• Tommy John Surgery

Orthotic Elbow Contracture Solutions

The JAS EZ Elbow system offers full-range, bi-directional Range of Motion (ROM) therapy in a lightweight, low-profile, single-patient use design.

Shoulder Orthotic Solutions

ARC 2.0 sling design folds to fit every patient with one brace.

It is very lightweight with a one-hand buckle for easy application.

Post-op positions vary, therefore the aluminum support can be positioned in a variety of ways including:

  • 0° to full internal rotation
  • up to 70° external rotation
  • up to 45° abduction
  • comfortable to wear

JAS EZ Shoulder Contracture

The JAS EZ Shoulder system offers full-range, bi-directional Range of Motion (ROM) therapy in a lightweight, low-profile, single-patient use design. The patented JAS motion arm, combined with innovative geometry and infinitely adjustable ROM, assures precise end-range stretch through a greater arc of motion than any other brand of stretch device. 

  • 100º External Rotation
  • 90° Internal Rotation
  • 90° Abduction

Looking for a solution or second opinion?
Contact one of our specialists at 916-979-9729 or email us.