DME stands for Durable Medical Equipment. DME braces are advanced technologies that support musculoskeletal pain management. People with joint pain or sports injuries may be recommended supports and braces. One of these commonly used are knee braces and knee support. As an alternative to pain medications and invasive procedures, your doctor may suggest DME bracing for pain management.

DME/braces Q & A

No. DME bracing is a non-interventional pain management solution. It aims at improving musculoskeletal problems through durable and long-term braces.

Orthopedic bracing and DME include braces for arms, elbows, ankles, knees, etc. People with musculoskeletal pain in these parts can be suggested orthopedic DME braces.

At INPC, patients are thoroughly diagnosed before prescribing the right pain management solution. So, depending on the diagnosis of the doctor, you may or may not be prescribed DME/braces.

Yes. Usually, DME braces are a long-term pain management practice. As these are durable medical equipment, one can expect its effectiveness for a long-term.

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