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Bracing Specialists

And We Have the Knowledge and
Products for Your Best Recovery

There are thousands of bracing products on the market today which can make it difficult to correctly choose the best brace for your particular injury. In many cases different companies simply copy another companies product and put out an inferior product.

At One Bracing, we use our experience and training to go through the important steps necessary to get the correct brace.

RECOVERING FROM SURGERY?

We have you covered. Create a custom package of Post-op materials that our experts have hand selected to help you in your recovery. Click the link below and select your type of surgery to get started.

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— SUPPORT FOR ALL TYPES OF INJURIES

OUR PROCESS

Step 1 — Diagnosis
There must be a clear diagnosis from a prescribing physician.

Step 2 — Correct Fitting
A Bracing specialist, such as One Bracing, must have the skills and education to understand the Diagnosis and thereby choose an appropriate brace. At One Bracing all of our bracing specialists have university degrees in a Health discipline (ie. Kinesiology, Human Anatomy, etc..).

Step 3 — Follow-up Appointments
At One Bracing we offer check-ups and adjustments free of charge to ensure you get the best experience with your new product.

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Knee

The knee is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body and joins the thigh bone (femur) to the shin bone (tibia). Your knee relies on soft tissue for the major stabilizing factors, and knee forces can have a substantial impact on degeneration, injury, and arthritis. At One Bracing we can help treat knee injuries through bracing and supports, orthotics, footwear reviews, and more.

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Knee

The knee is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body and joins the thigh bone (femur) to the shin bone (tibia). Your knee relies on soft tissue for the major stabilizing factors, and knee forces can have a substantial impact on degeneration, injury, and arthritis. At One Bracing we can help treat knee injuries through bracing and supports, orthotics, footwear reviews, and more.

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Ankle

The ankle joint (or talocrural joint) is a synovial joint located in the lower limb. It is formed by the bones of the leg and the foot – the tibia, fibula and talus. Common problems include Sprains, Achilles injuries, Overuse injuries, and Shin Splints. At One Bracing we can help treat ankle injuries with bracing, orthotics, footwear reviews, and much more.

Ankle

The ankle joint (or talocrural joint) is a synovial joint located in the lower limb. It is formed by the bones of the leg and the foot – the tibia, fibula and talus. Common problems include Sprains, Achilles injuries, Overuse injuries, and Shin Splints. At One Bracing we can help treat ankle injuries with bracing, orthotics, footwear reviews, and much more.

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Wrist

The wrist is a complex joint that bridges the hand to the forearm. It is actually a collection of multiple bones and joints. Common injuries include Carpal tunnel, Fractures, Bruises, Skiers thumb, Pulled muscles, Dislocations. At One Bracing, we can help with these conditions, and more.

Wrist

The wrist is a complex joint that bridges the hand to the forearm. It is actually a collection of multiple bones and joints. Common injuries include Carpal tunnel, Fractures, Bruises, Skiers thumb, Pulled muscles, Dislocations. We can help with these conditions, and more.

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Elbow

The elbow is the joint between the lower and upper parts of the arm. Common injuries include tennis & golfer’s elbow, distal radioulnar joint rheumatoid arthritis, and cubital tunnel syndrome. We have the equipment and advice to help you recover no matter what your elbow condition might be.

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Elbow

The elbow is the joint between the lower and upper parts of the arm. Common injuries include tennis & golfer’s elbow, distal radioulnar joint rheumatoid arthritis, and cubital tunnel syndrome. At One Bracing, we have the equipment and advice to help you recover no matter what your elbow condition might be.

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