Supplies Commonly Ordered by our Patients

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BRACES

ASO ankle braces in Boston
ASO Ankle Brace

Soccer ankle braces in Boston
Soccer Ankle Brace

Cho-Pat knee straps in Boston
CHO-PAT knee strap

Tennis elbow splint in Boston
Tennis Elbow Splint

Wrist splints in Boston
Wrist Splint

 

COLD THERAPY

Sports cold packs in Boston
Heavy Duty Ice Packs

Elastic ice wraps in Boston
Elastic Velcro Wraps

 

HOME EXERCISE EQUIPMENT

Cuff weights in Boston
Cuff Weights

Sports exercise cords in Boston
Exercise Cords with Handles

Foam rolls in Boston
Foam Rollers

Fitness exercise balls in Boston
Physio Balls

Prostretch in Boston
Pro Stretch

Shoulder exercise pullys in Boston
Shoulder Pullys

Theraputty hand exercise putty in Boston
TheraputtyHand Exercise Putty

 

FOOT SUPPLIES

Silicone heel cups in Boston
Silicone Heel Cups

Spenco shoe inserts in Boston
Spenco Inserts

 

TAPE

Cover roll knee tape in Boston
Cover Roll

Leukotape knee tape in Boston
LeukoTape

 

 

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