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What are Orthotic Devices?
An orthotic device is one that is applied externally to the body to provide a corrective force that supports or controls a movement. This produces a result that is often incremental rather than dramatic. Cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, stroke, hemiplegia, brain injury, as well as diabetic neuropathy and ulceration are some of the conditions that may require corrective orthotic devices.

The A-S-C Difference
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The orthotic devices made by A-S-C are custom made and fitted for you specifically. This allows them to be designed to perform at the optimum level for your individual needs and lifestyle. Our staff brings decades of experience and knowledge in the field allowing A-S-C to fit you with the highest quality device, made specifically for you and your lifestyle.

Orthotic devices from A-S-C are carefully measured, formed, inspected and personally fitted prior to final delivery. While this precision of the device is of utmost importance, providing you with the information and training necessary to use the device safely and effectively is equally essential. Our staff makes sure to spend the time with you needed to answer your questions and explain every aspect of your device. This “client-oriented” approach makes you a more informed, and more satisfied, client.

Part of this “client-oriented” approach is our belief in your long-term care and satisfaction. Though each device is a one-of-a-kind product, adjustments may be required to assure the quality fit and expected function through the years. Because the body part may change in size or shape, the initial comfort and/or function may be diminished over time. This is the reason why A-S-C provides, and highly recommends, a follow-up conference after delivery of the device to check fit and function. At this conference, adjustments can be made to refine the fit and function of the orthosis for optimal results.

Diabetic Shoes and Inserts
Medicare recognizes the importance of proper footwear for diabetics and coverage is available for diabetics on Medicare who suffer from certain complications affecting the foot. Qualifying complications include neuropathy, calluses, poor circulation and a history of ulceration. Other complications may also qualify.

Managed Care
A-S-C strives to control the costs of your orthotic device while assuring these quality services remain available to everyone. We presently have agreements with many managed care carriers and would be happy to discuss insurance concerns with you. To find out if we participate with your insurance carrier or Medicare, please contact us today.

Comment from follow-up survey
Excellent bed side manner.