Insurance Covered Back Braces Available For Free For Those Who Qualify

August 13, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Insurance Covered Back Braces, a business based in Bloomington, Illinois, has announced that they are offering high quality back braces that can offer pain relief and comfort for those who suffer from chronic back pain. These can be obtained for free for those who qualify. Those who are interested can simply fill out an online form and submit it and the company will work with the patient’s doctor and insurance company to have their back brace approved.

A spokesperson for Insurance Covered Back Braces says, “We only provide the highest quality back braces to our customers. We chose the industry best, lightweight, modular back brace designs that are proven to deliver pain relief and comfort so you can return to your daily activities.” He continues, “See if you qualify for a free back brace through insurance today. By filling out our online form, in just 2 minutes you will learn if your insurance will cover one of our quality back braces. All back braces are shipped to you free of charge.”

There are a number of models of back braces to choose from and one of these is the Delta 31 LSO Back Brace. It is capable of providing back support by limiting motion and offering targeted compression. It is designed to offer relief for back pain so that patients would be able to return to their daily activities. The Delta 31 is custom fit, weights only 1.5 pounds, and can accommodate a wide range of waist sizes, from 25 inches to 68 inches.

Because of the slim profile and the use of lightweight materials, the Delta 31 is suitable for wearing under clothing. Users would be able to sit, walk, or stand without worrying that the brace will shift because of its high quality construction. To ensure comfort, this back brace makes use of a breathable mesh.

The Delta 31 can be used to help relieve pain and discomfort from a number of ailments. These include lower back pain; upper back pain; fibromyalgia; herniated discs; spinal stenosis; osteoarthritis; spondylosis; spondylosthesis; bulging, degenerative or herniated discs; and post-operating healing.

Another model is the Delta 37 LSO Back Brace, which also provides pain relief by offering targeted compression and back support. By wearing this back brace, people who are suffering from back pain would be able to return to their usual activities without being inconvenienced by pain or discomfort.

Just like with the Delta 31, the Delta 37 can also be custom fitted. It is lightweight at only 1.5 lbs, and it offers universal sizing, which means it can be used for a broad range of waists sizes, from 25 inches to 68 inches.

For those who might feel embarrassed when wearing the back braces in public, they need not worry because it can be worn under clothing, thanks to its being lightweight and having a slim profile. Furthermore, it is made of breathable mesh, which adds to the comfort. And for those who normally have an active life, there would be no worry about the brace shifting whenever they move, thanks to its quality construction.

The Delta 37 can be used to counter pain and discomfort from a number of ailments. These include fibromyalgia; lower back pain; upper back pain; post-operative pain; bulging, degenerative or herniated discs; spondylosis; osteoarthritis; and spinal stenosis.

For those who require assistance with ordering a back brace that can be covered by insurance, they can contact the Insurance Covered Back Braces customer service department. The ordering process is actually fast and easy. The first step is to complete and submit the online order form. The next step will be for the company to contact the insurance company to find out if that particular person is covered for the back brace. And the last step is to ask for a prescription from the patient’s doctor and submit the necessary paperwork for insurance.

More information about the back braces that people can possibly get for free can be gleaned by visiting the website insurancecoveredbackbraces.com, or calling them on the phone.

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For more information about Insurance Covered Back Braces, contact the company here:

Insurance Covered Back Braces
Insurance Covered Back Braces
888-510-5100
Insurance Covered Back Braces 3002 Gill Street Bloomington, IL 61704

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