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Bracing Made Simple

The Most Hassle-Free Bracing Program Available!

New Revenue Stream

Since 2011, we have worked with Pain Management practices in 12 states and the average profit margin the practices make from Bracing Made Simple averages about $15K per month/location. You only pay for our Fitter's services when they are used.

Start to Finish Handling

From explaining and training the patient on the products, to completion of all required paperwork, shipping the products to the patient with USPS Confirmation (required for POD), and any follow-up questions or issues...that's our job.


We will place a trained, full-time employee (Orthotic Fitter) from our company in your office.  The Orthotic Fitter will handle every aspect of the Bracing Program, including training, fitting, and educating the patients and completion of all paperwork for documentation and compliance.

On-site Fitter

The Orthotic Fitter will train and educate patients on the products they will receive. This includes reviewing warranty information and cleaning procedures, and completing all necessary paperwork to document medical necessity and compliance standards.

Compliant Documentation

The fitter sends all brace orders to our compliance team for review.  Once insurance verification has been completed, we will ship the braces to your patients and forward you the billing information (Standard Written Order, Training & Proof of Delivery).  

No Upfront Cost

Inventory.  This is where most bracing programs fail.  When utilizing sized braces, different manufacturers, and employees dispensing braces without eligibility verification or PA's obtained, success is NOT around the corner.  We've got this all figured out, so you don't have to.


DME frustrations
  1. Trying to manage too many different products and sizes.

  2. Low R.O.I. products.

  3. Not keeping up with changes in the DME regulatory world regarding medical necessity and ICD-10 code requirements.

  4. Substantial upfront and ongoing investment in inventory.

  5. Furnishing poor quality, non-functional, bulky products leads to compliance and patient returns/complaints.

  6. Denials from incorrect billing and coding.

  7. Systems not in place to assure that products are dispensed with proper documentation of dispensing.

  8. Information not automatically forwarded medical records and billing when braces are properly dispensed.

  9. Braces are "handed out" to patients without proper Eligibility checks and obtaining any required Prior Authorizations.

  10. Bracing not present minded with providers and many opportunities missed.

  11. Not having a dedicated Orthotic Fitter in the office to handle all the details of the Bracing Program.

  12. Poor documentation leads to denials for prior authorizations and paybacks during audits.

  13. Clinical notes note having the proper medical necessity guidelines and ICD-10 codes indicated.


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