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Bracing Services in Barrie and Innisfil

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At MyoDynamic Health, we provide comprehensive bracing services that cater to the needs of patients in Barrie and Innisfil, ON. Our group comprises proficient orthotists, prosthetists, and physiotherapists who will assess your specific requirements and help you decide the best course of action to take. We'll create customized braces and prescribe physiotherapy exercises to help treat and manage various musculoskeletal injuries and ailments.

MyoDynamic Health is dedicated to delivering exceptional care and assistance to our patients in Barrie and Innisfil, Ontario. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or learn more about our bracing solutions. We are eager to assist you in taking the initial step toward enhancing your quality of life. Call us at 705-503-7837 (Barrie) or 705-436-3333 (Innisfil) to schedule your appointment immediately.

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Types of Braces

Various braces exist on the market, each uniquely crafted for a particular ailment or circumstance and intended for a specific body region. These encompass:



Knee Bracing

Custom Knee Braces should be utilized for the following conditions:

  • Meniscus tear
  • Osteoarthritis
  • ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) tear
  • MCL/LCL
  • PCL (posterior cruciate ligament) tear

Off the Shelf Knee Braces should be utilized for the following conditions:

  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
  • IT Band Syndrome
  • Osgood Schlatters
  • Patellar Tendonitis
  • Dislocations (of patella)

Knee-related issues such as pain, instability, or cartilage damage are typically best treated with a custom knee brace. These braces are expertly designed to protect and strengthen the knee joint, reduce discomfort, and improve flexibility.

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Shoulder Bracing - When grappling with shoulder pain or swelling, shoulder braces can significantly help. These braces stabilize your shoulder joints and give extra support when using or moving your shoulder. They're handy if you have conditions like a rotator cuff tear or arthritis or if your shoulder feels like it is about to pop out.

Ankle Bracing - If you're having ankle pain, swelling, or feeling unsteady on your feet, using ankle braces can help. They work by supporting and stabilizing your ankle and can also help prevent further injury.

Foot Orthotics - A foot orthotic is a special insole tailored to fit your feet and can be put into your shoes to give your feet extra support and help you stand straighter. If you have flat feet, constantly feel pains in the foot while you walk or exercise, or grapple with plantar fasciitis, these orthotics can really come in handy for you.

Air Cast Boot - The Air Cast Boot, also known as an Air Walker or Walking Cast, is a medical device used to immobilize and support the foot and ankle following surgical treatment or when there is a need to manage ankle sprains, fractures, or Achilles tendonitis. It is an orthopedic cast with an air bladder system that allows you to control the level of compression and support. The air bladder system also aids in accelerating healing and controlling edema.

Low Back Bracing - Low-back braces can be handy for symptoms like lower back pain, herniated discs, or sciatica. These devices can reduce pain, support, and help you maintain good posture.

Elbow Bracing - An elbow brace can be helpful for someone experiencing symptoms such as tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, and arthritis. They can reduce pain and inflammation and provide you with not only joint support but also enhanced mobility.

Wrist Bracing - A wrist brace, a medical device specially created for stabilizing and supporting the wrist joint, provides additional support to the wrist, alleviates pain, and improves mobility. It is primarily used to aid individuals with wrist injuries or chronic wrist conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome or arthritis.

AFO (Ankle-Foot Orthosis) - An Ankle-Foot Orthosis (AFO) is a medical device that supports and stabilizes the ankle and foot. It is typically made of a combination of materials such as plastic, metal, or carbon fiber and is worn externally. The device can help alleviate symptoms such as foot drop, instability, weakness, and difficulty walking due to neurological or musculoskeletal conditions that affect the ankle and foot.


Bracing and Common Conditions and Injuries

Braces are now valuable tools in the medical world that can offer extra support and protection to joints and muscles that are injured or weakened. However, before using braces, it's essential to consult a professional. The type of brace you choose or need will depend on the specific injury or condition, so expert guidance is necessary at this point.

At MyoDynamic Health, our experts can guide you through the entire process. Some common conditions and injuries that may require bracing include:

  • Sprains and Strains: when ligaments (sprains), muscles, or tendons (strains) are stretched or torn.
  • Arthritis: a medical condition that causes inflammation and stiffness in the joints.
  • Tendinitis: an inflammation of the tendons that connect muscles to bones.
  • Carpal Tunnel: when the median nerve, which runs through the wrist, is compressed
  • Back pains: these pains can be caused by many factors, including muscle strain, herniated discs, or spinal stenosis
  • Knee Fractures: this includes injuries such as ACL tears, MCL tears, and meniscus tears
  • Foot and Ankle Issues: injuries such as ankle sprains and plantar fasciitis can be treated with braces that provide support and reduce pain and inflammation
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries: braces can help support and stabilize the shoulder, reducing strain on the rotator cuff muscles and tendons.
  • Achilles Tendonitis: injuries commonly caused by excessive stress to the Achilles tendon
  • Post-Surgery Rehab: bracing can be used as part of a post-surgical rehabilitation program to provide support and protection for the affected area

What To Expect At Your Bracing Appointment

At your appointment, our healthcare experts will evaluate your condition and suggest a suitable bracing solution for your requirements. We will measure and create molds to ensure a comfortable fit and give you instructions on using and maintaining your brace accurately.

Additionally, our team will keep in touch to ensure that your brace is functioning well and helping you progress toward your objectives.

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Dan Steffens Owner & Pedorthist

Dan Steffens

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Location: Barrie MyoDynamic Health Physiotherapy & Orthotics

Owner & Pedorthist

Born and raised in Barrie, Dan is a very proud owner and founder of MyoDynamic. He has had extensive training that specializes in the manufacture and design of custom orthotics, compression stockings, custom knee braces, orthopaedic shoes, and other foot care products. Dan is dedicated to his patients rehabilitation and satisfaction at his clini... See More

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Lauren Simonds  Pedorthist (Currently on Mat Leave)

Lauren Simonds

C. Ped. (C)

Location: Innisfil MyoDynamic Health Physiotherapy & Orthotics

Pedorthist (Currently on Mat Leave)

Lauren received her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Physical Education from Wilfrid Laurier University. Following graduation she completed the post-graduate diploma program in Pedorthics through the University of Western Ontario.

As a Canadian Certified Pedorthist practicing since 2011, Lauren is determined to help people g... See More

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