Insurance Coverage for Bracing
It is important to check with the insurance company prior to making the appointment to understand your benefits for the item the provider has ordered. If patients have any questions about the service, they can schedule an appointment to consult with a Bracing practitioner without incurring a visit charge or co-pay. In other words, a consultation with a Bracing provider is free and there is no commitment to getting a brace.
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