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NovaCare Rehabilitation- Fort Washington
Physical Therapist for pain relief, sports injury and stroke rehab.
NovaCare Rehabilitation- Leonardtown
Physical Therapist for pain relief, sports injury and stroke rehab.
NovaCare Rehabilitation- Waldorf
Physical Therapist for pain relief, sports injury and stroke rehab.
ProFlex Physical Therapy Clinton
Physical Therapist for pain relief, sports injury and stroke rehab.
ProFlex Physical Therapy Waldorf
Physical Therapist for pain relief, sports injury and stroke rehab.
ProFlex Physical Therapy Leonardtown
Physical Therapist for pain relief, sports injury and stroke rehab.
Dr. Michael Fedorczyk, DC
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Dunkirk Chiropractic and Wellness Center
Distinguished Dunkirk Chiropractors. Insurance Accepted, Call now!
Tri-County Chiropractic
Chiropractor for back pain relief, acupressure and acupuncture.
Orthopedic Appliances Terms to Know

Orthopedic medicine deals with the human muscular and skeletal system. The word comes from the Greek “ortho” which means straight, and “pedics” which means children. For many years orthopedic surgeons were doctors who were specialists in dealing with children. However, the field of orthopedics now deals with people from all branches of life, such as a solider who has lost a limb in a war accident. Below are listed some common terms used with orthopedics.

  • Orthopedic Appliances – An umbrella term used to refer to items sold for the purpose of assisting the muscular and skeletal system. They can refer to back braces, specialist shoes or even prosthetic limbs. An orthopedic doctor will often recommend the use of an orthopedic appliances. For example, often after surgery the surgeon may recommend that the patient wear some sort of bracing device around the neck, or a special bracing shoe on the foot.
  • Prosthetic Limb – A false limb that is attached where the real one used to be. This field of orthopedic appliances has advanced remarkably. Once prosthetic limbs were made out of wood, now they are often made with working robotic parts that are implanted during surgery and work with the muscle system of the patient.
  • Occupational Therapy – Many occupations, such as movers or other jobs that require heavy lifting pose great wear and tear on the human bodies. Occupational therapy is the study of how to protect the human body and spine under these conditions. Many orthopedic supply companies market towards members of certain professions.
  • Oncology - One of the studies of orthopedics. It specializes in dealing with the removal and treatment of cancer.
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    Center For Advanced Orthopedics
    7 Post Office Road, Suite Y, Waldorf, MD 20602
    The Center for Advanced Orthopedics represents board certified orthopedic surgeon with combined experience in bone & joint problems of over 45 years.
    (301) 645-5410
    Abbey Int'l Enterprises
    1007 Hallimont Road, Baltimore, MD 21228
    Abbey International Enterprises is a Hughesville based distributor of laboratory scientific Orthopedic Equipment, clinical diagnostic supplies and thermoskin-orthopedic supports. Please browse through our website and contact us for details about our Orthopedic Appliances.
    (443) 695-0047
    Mike's Mouthpieces and Custom Oral Appliances
    1519 Huguenot Road, Suite 103, Midlothian, VA 23113
    Order a mouthpiece for proper oral appliance therapy. Get in touch with us in Midlothian, VA, today.
    (804) 414-8284
    Orpro Prosthetics & Orthotics
    50 Post Office Rd Ste 301, Waldorf, MD 20602
    (301) 893-1082
    Truck' N American Mobility
    2130 Old Washington Rd, Waldorf, MD 20601
    (301) 843-6626
    Hanger Orthopedics
    995 Prince Frederick Blvd, Prince Frederick, MD 20678
    (410) 414-3841
    C A O A
    16 N La Plata Ct, La Plata, MD 20646
    (301) 392-0226
    Alliance Orthpdc Labs Inc
    9678 Pennsylvania Ave, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
    (301) 599-0001
    The Anderson Orthopaedic Clinic
    2501 Parkers Ln, Alexandria, VA 22306
    (703) 619-4400
    Rothschild's Orthopedic Appliances Inc
    7610 Pennsylvania Ave, District Heights, MD 20747
    (301) 736-9350
    Healthy Back Store
    8245 Backlick Rd Ste B, Lorton, VA 22079
    (703) 339-1300
    Orthotic Solutions
    5130 Duke St Ste 14, Alexandria, VA 22304
    (703) 751-5138
    Hanger Prosthetics & Orthotics
    6303 Little River Tpke Ste 150, Alexandria, VA 22312
    (703) 916-0937
    Hanger Prosthetics and Orthotics
    1818 New York Ave Ne Ste 110, Washington, DC 20002
    (202) 635-0500
    Aircast Inc
    1455 Pennsylvania Ave Nw, Washington, DC 20004
    (202) 349-4095

    Orthopedic appliances are sometimes needed in patients that have lost a body part or injured a limb. These devices take the place of bones and are custom fit to each patient. Much care must be taken to ensure a smooth transition. Licensed orthopedic technicians and doctors can fit these devices to support or replace a body appendage, most often the arm or leg. Done via surgery within a hospital, this process isn't easy. That's why it's important for the patient to be as healthy as possible and allow time to heal after surgery. Also called a prosthesis or artificial limb, an orthopedic appliance is also used for joint replacement, correction of the spine, and leg or arm correction. Customers of orthotics manufacturers and distributors include hospitals, doctors' offices, laboratories, and medical centers. Patients who have spastic hip dislocation, palsy, fracture, injury, or other disability may benefit from having an orthopedic appliance. Orthotics are included in this topic, and can include knee and ankle joints and neck rings, along with a variety of other surgical supplies, equipment, tools, and materials. Orthopedic appliances can be as simple as shoe inserts or as complicated as a replacement of an entire leg, foot, or other limb. Practitioners, surgeons, and specialists are the professionals that do the actual fittings. Primary care doctors can refer their patients to such specialists. Physical therapists are also an important part of the process, as they help the patient learn to adjust to his or her new orthopedic appliance or equipment. Support groups can be found on the Internet to help patients deal with their new artificial limb.
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