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  • Foot & Ankle

  • HCPCS Code

    L1902

  • L1902 - Ankle orthosis, ankle gauntlet or similar, with or without joints, prefabricated, off-the-shelf
  • HCPCS Code

    L4361

  • L4361 - Walking boot, pneumatic and/or vacuum, with or without joints, with or without interface material, prefabricated, off-the-shelf
  • HCPCS Code

    L4387

  • L4387 - Walking boot, non-pneumatic, with or without joints, with or without interface material, prefabricated, off-the-shelf
  • HCPCS Code

    L4397

  • L4397 - Static or dynamic ankle foot orthosis, including soft interface material, adjustable for fit, for positioning, may be used for minimal ambulation, prefabricated, off-the-shelf
  • Braces for

    Ankle Sprains

  • Ankle Sprains refer to the damaging of the ligaments in the ankle joint. Most commonly, lateral ligaments are the ones to sprain and tear after an ankle rolls outward. This leads to swelling, pain, and instability of the ankle joint. BioSkin Foot and Ankle Braces use medical-grade compression, breathable material, and unique supportive straps to reduce swelling, alleviate pain, and restore stability to the ankle joint while the tendons heal.
  • Braces for

    PTTD / Post-tib tendonitis

  • The posterior tibialis tendon runs down the shinbone and wraps around the midfoot, lifting the arch. When this tendon becomes weak or damaged, it loses its ability to keep the foot in its natural position. BioSkin Foot and Ankle Braces mimic the posterior tibialis, relieving pain and allowing the tendon time to heal and strengthen.
  • Braces for

    Plantar Fasciitis

  • The plantar fascia is a thick band of connective tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot. When weakened or damaged, it can cause pain in the arch of the foot and create difficulty walking, especially in the mornings. BioSkin Foot and Ankle braces can be worn as a night splint or a pain-relieving, stability brace during the day allowing the plantar fascia the time it needs to heal.
  • Braces for

    Ankle Osteoarthritis

  • Arthritis pain is caused by inflammation of a joint. Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative or "wear and tear" arthritis, is caused by the breakdown of cushioning cartilage lining the joints. This causes bone-on-bone interaction, leading to inflammation and pain. BioSkin Foot and Ankle Braces are designed to address this problem and alleviate pain. Medical-grade compression and the supportive straps of the brace help to decrease swelling and provide additional support and stability to weakened, damaged joints.
  • Braces for

    Post-op Pain & Swelling

  • After a foot and ankle surgery, pain and swelling can be expected. Controlling this post-operative edema will speed recovery and alleviate pain. BioSkin Foot and Ankle Braces are designed to do just that, using medical-grade compression and unique, supportive straps to reduce edema and provide stability to the joint.
  • Braces for

    Achilles Tendinitis

  • The achilles is the largest tendon in the body. It connects the calf to the heel of the foot and can withstand a great amount of stress. Despite its strength, it is still susceptible to overuse and degenerative injuries. Achilles Tendinitis most commonly causes pain at the heel of the foot due to inflammation of the tendon. BioSkin Foot and Ankle braces are designed to reduce inflammation, alleviate stress on the tendon, and restore function to the joint.
  • Braces for

    Peroneal Tendon Strains and Tears

  • The peroneal tendons, longus and brevis, run behind the lateral malleoli on the outside of the ankle. Either injury or overuse can weaken or damage these tendons, leading to pain and swelling on the outside of the foot and ankle. BioSkin Foot and Ankle Braces are designed to alleviate pain and speed recovery from peroneal injuries. Supportive straps mimic the function of the peroneals, allowing them time to heal, while medical-grade compression provides pain relief and enhanced proprioception.
  • Braces for

    Bunion / Hallux Valgus

  • Hallux Valgus, commonly referred to as a bunion, is a deformity at the first metatarsophalangeal joint. The first metatarsal begins to angle outward and the big toe, or hallux, begins to angle inward leaving a prominent bump on the inside of the foot. This can cause pain and difficulty with footwear. The Hallux Control Strap works to correct this problem, relieving pain and restoring function.
  • Braces for

    Hammer Toe / Floating Toe

  • Hammertoe is a deformity of the second, third, or fourth toe that causes it to point downward. The deformity is the result of arthritis, poorly-fitted footwear, unusually high arches, or tight tendons and ligaments in the foot. Initially this deformity can be addressed with straps and stretching. If left untreated, it can become fixed and require surgery, a procedure known as a Weil Osteotomy. BioSkin carries products that help to correct this problem before surgery, as well as straps to be used as rehabilitation post-operation.
  • Knee

  • HCPCS Code

    L1820

  • L1820 - Knee orthosis, elastic with condylar pads and joints, with or without patellar control, prefabricated, includes fitting and adjustment
  • HCPCS Code

    L1833

  • L1833 - Knee orthosis, adjustable knee joints (unicentric or polycentric), positional orthosis, rigid support, prefabricated, off-the shelf
  • Braces for

    ACL & PCL Injury

  • There are two ligaments that crisscross each other in the knee joint in order to prevent the shinbone from sliding away from the thighbone. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) prevents the tibia from sliding in front of the femur, while the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) prevents it from sliding behind. ACL Injuries are the most common cause of knee pain. Athletes in high demand sports such as soccer, frequently sprain or tear this ligament due to the sharp and sudden movements required by the sport. Constrastly, the PCL is one of the least common ligament injuries, usually only seen after a car accident where the shin hits the dashboard. BioSkin Knee Braces are designed to address the initial swelling caused by the injury, as well as provide reliable support while the ligament heals.
  • Braces for

    MCL & LCL Injury

  • Two important ligaments run along either side of the knee to add necessary stability to this complex joint. The medial collateral ligament (MCL) runs along the inside while the lateral collateral ligament (LCL) is on the outside. Together these ligaments work to prevent sideways motion of the joint and prevent unusual movements. Excessive force to the inside or outside of the knee can sprain or even tear these ligaments. BioSkin Knee braces are designed to address the initial swelling from the injury, as well as provide the reliable support while the ligament heals.
  • Braces for

    Patella Tracking Disorders

  • Patella Tracking Disorders refer to any type of movement in the wrong direction from the patella while the knee bends. The most common problem is lateral tracking, which is when the knee cap moves too far toward the outside of the joint. Other tracking disorders include medial tracking, subluxation, tilt, and glide. BioSkin Patella Tracking Knee Braces are designed to address a number of these problems through adjustability, medical-grade compression, and stabilization straps.
  • Braces for

    Knee Sprains

  • Swelling, pain, and instability can be expected after any type of ligament injury. When a ligament gets sprained, it becomes stretched and inflamed, which requires time and compression to heal. BioSkin Knee Braces use medical-grade compression and anatomy-inspired design to enhance recovery and alleviate pain.
  • Braces for

    Meniscus Tear

  • In between the bones that meet to form the knee joint are two wedge-shaped pieces of cartilage that act as a cushion and "shock absorber" for the joint. These pieces of cartilage are the medial meniscus and lateral meniscus. One of the most common sources of knee pain is due to a rip or tear in the meniscus. Athletes frequently injure menisci due to the bending, twisting, and sudden movements required by sports. BioSkin Knee braces are designed to alleviate pain with medical-grade compression and provide pressure-relieving support that allows the menisci to heal.
  • Braces for

    Osteoarthritis

  • Osteoarthritis is known as the "wear and tear" type of arthritis. It is the breakdown of the cartilage that lines the joint. Since this cartilage acts as a cushion between the bones of the joints, when it is worn down the bones begin to interact with each other causing pain and inflammation. BioSkin Knee Braces alleviate pain with medical-grade compression and pressure-relieving support throughout the joint.
  • Braces for

    Bursitis

  • Bursae are small fluid-filled sacs located around each joint in the body. Their function is to lubricate the joints and allow them to move freely. The Olecranon bursa is the main bursa of the elbow joint. When injured, usually from a fall or applied force, it becomes inflamed and causes pain throughout the joint. BioSkin Elbow Sleeves are designed to deliver pain-relieving compression to the area, increasing blood flow and speeding recovery.
  • Braces for

    Joint Swelling

  • After a fall or direct force to the elbow, the joint may become swollen. Compression helps to reduce inflammation and alleviate pain through increased blood flow and proprioception. BioSkin Elbow Sleeves are designed with breathable, hypoallergenic material that delivers compression to the elbow joint.
  • Braces for

    Patellar Tendonitis

  • The patellar tendon connects the knee cap to the shin bone and works with the muscles on the front of the thigh to extend the knee. Patellar Tendonitis, also known as Jumper's Knee, is an inflammation of that tendon and is commonly seen in athletes whose sports require frequent jumping. BioSkin Knee Braces are designed to alleviate pain with medical-grade compression and allow the tendon to heal with pressure-relieving straps surrounding the knee joint.
  • Braces for

    Osgood-Schlatter

  • Growing, active children frequently develop Osgood-Schlatter disease, a painful bump below the kneecap. Active children during puberty place a great amount of stress on the growth plate in the knee due to the size difference of the surrounding muscle groups. Usually, the disease will resolve itself in about 12-24 months, or when the growth spurts begin to slow. BioSkin's Knee Strap uses compression and gel-pads to alleviate the pain during this time, allowing for continued activity.
  • Braces for

    Post-Operative

  • Following any type of surgery, swelling and tenderness can be expected. In order to enhance recovery and alleviate pain, the edema must be controlled. This helps improve range of motion of the joint which speeds recovery and improves circulation. BioSkin Knee Braces are specifically designed to do control the swelling using medical-grade compression and utilize supportive straps to provide the joint with secure stability.
  • Braces for

    Hyperextension

  • Knee hyperextension occurs when the joint is forced out of its normal range of motion. This injury can affect one or more of the four major ligaments of the knee, the ACL, PCL, MCL, or LCL. This injury can occur to anyone but is most commonly seen in athletes who participate in contact sports. BioSkin Knee Braces are designed to address the pain and swelling caused by the hyperextension, as well as restore stability to the joint while the ligaments and tendons heal.
  • HCPCS Code

    L1851

  • L1851 - Knee orthosis (ko), single upright, thigh and calf, with adjustable flexion and extension joint (unicentric or polycentric), medial-lateral and rotation control, with or without varus/valgus adjustment, prefabricated, off-the-shelf
  • Spine

  • HCPCS Code

    L0642

  • L0642 - Lumbar orthosis, sagittal control, with rigid anterior and posterior panels, posterior extends from l-1 to below l-5 vertebra, produces intracavitary pressure to reduce load on the intervertebral discs, includes straps, closures, may include padding, shoulder straps, pendulous abdomen design, prefabricated, off-the-shelf
  • HCPCS Code

    L0648

  • L0648 - Lumbar-sacral orthosis, sagittal control, with rigid anterior and posterior panels, posterior extends from sacrococcygeal junction to t-9 vertebra, produces intracavitary pressure to reduce load on the intervertebral discs, includes straps, closures, may include padding, shoulder straps, pendulous abdomen design, prefabricated, off-the-shelf
  • HCPCS Code

    L0650

  • L0650 - Lumbar-sacral orthosis, sagittal-coronal control, with rigid anterior and posterior frame/panel(s), posterior extends from sacrococcygeal junction to t-9 vertebra, lateral strength provided by rigid lateral frame/panel(s), produces intracavitary pressure to reduce load on intervertebral discs, includes straps, closures, may include padding, shoulder straps, pendulous abdomen design, prefabricated, off-the-shelf
  • Braces for

    Muscle Strain

  • A lumbar muscle strain occurs when a lower back muscle is overstretched or torn. This can happen after heavy lifting, a sudden twist, or a fall. The surrounding area of the sprained muscle will become inflamed which can lead to back spasms, the cause of severe low back pain and difficulty walking. BioSkin Back Braces are designed to address this inflammation and stabilize the lumbar muscles, allowing them the necessary time to recover.
  • Braces for

    SI Joint Pain

  • There are two Sacroiliac (SI) Joints are on either side of the spine, beneath the lumbar region and above the sacral. They connect the spine to the pelvis. This is a very strong, limited-motion joint, reinforced by strong ligaments because its duty is to transfer all the forces of the upper body onto the hips and legs. Doctors are unclear of the exact cause of SI Pain but most attribute it to unnatural motion occurring at the joint. This could mean too much mobility causing instability, or too little causing stiffness. SI Joint Dysfunction causes pain in the lower back, which can possibly radiate down the groin and leg. BioSkin back Braces address these symptoms with vectored, targeted compression that alleviates pain and relieves pressure from the low back.
  • Braces for

    Sciatica

  • Radiating pain down one leg that gets worse while sitting? This pain is referred to as Sciatica but is actually not a medical lumbar condition. It is a symptom of an underlying lower back problem. Sciatica can be the result of a condition such as a herniated disc, spondylolisthesis, or spinal stenosis. BioSkin Back Braces are designed to address Sciatica pain with targeted, vectored compression that alleviates pain and relieves pressure applied to the lumbar nerves.
  • Braces for

    Herniated Discs

  • In between each vertebrae of the spine there is an intervertebral disc. These discs are often likened to a jelly donut because they have a tough yet squishy exterior and are filled with a jelly-like substance. When this exterior gets torn, the jelly-like fluid leaks out and irritates the surrounding nerves, which leads to pain, numbness, or weakness. An intervertebral disc can tear for a number of reasons; the most common is degeneration of the exterior over time. Sudden twists or other sharp movements can also cause injury to a disc. It can be diagnosed as a ruptured disc, slipped disc, or herniated disc but all terms refer to this same condition. BioSkin Back Braces use vectored, targeted compression to relieve the pressure on the low back. This helps to diminish the irritation to the surrounding nerves which will alleviate pain, numbness, and weakness felt throughout the body.
  • Braces for

    Lumbar/Lower Back Pain

  • There are many vertebrae, discs, nerves, muscles, tendons, and ligaments that come together to form what is known as the low back. Any number of these structures can become injured, inflamed, irritated, or all of the above. General lower back pain can be treated with BioSkin Back Braces which are designed to reduce inflammation and relieve pressure through vectored, targeted compression.
  • Braces for

    Spinal Stenosis

  • Spinal Stenosis is a narrowing of the open space located throughout the vertebrae. It is most commonly seen in the cervical and lumbar region of the spine. As the spaces begin to narrow, more and more pressure is put on the spinal cord and the nerves that branch off of it. This is what causes the pain, numbness, or tingling felt throughout the body. Spinal Stenosis can be congenital but is most often related to osteoarthritis, or a "wear and tear" of the spine over time. BioSkin Back Braces treat Spinal Stenosis with vectored, targeted compression designed to reduce inflammation and relieve the pressure put on the low back nerves.
  • Braces for

    Spondylolisthesis

  • Spondylolisthesis occurs when a vertebrae slips out of place, causing a defect in the spinal column. The out of place vertebrae puts stress on the spinal cord and the nerves that branch off of it, causing pain, numbness, and tingling throughout the low back. This pain or numbness can also radiate throughout the lower body. This can occur in children with a spinal birth defect but is more commonly seen in aging adults with arthritic symptoms. The intervertebral discs lose elasticity over time which can also lead to a vertebrae slipping out of place. BioSkin Back Braces are designed to treat Spondylolisthesis through targeted, vectored compression that alleviates pain and reduces pressure placed on the lumbar nerves.
  • Braces for

    Facet Arthopathy

  • Facet joints are the joints found along the spine. These joints work together with the intervertebral discs to limit motion and hold the vertebrae in proper alignment. As with any joint found in the body, the bones are line articular cartilage that can wear down with age. Worn down facet joints can lead to Facet Arthropathy which often causes pain in the low back. This pain worsens with twisting and bending backward and can feel like a dull ache in the lower region of the back. It is not usually associated with radiating pain in the legs but Facet Arthropathy can cause swelling in the joints which may encroach on nerve endings and cause radiating pain. BioSkin Back Braces are designed to relieve this pain with targeted, vectored compression to unload the pressure from the worn-down facet joints.
  • Wrist

  • HCPCS Code

    L3807

  • L3807 - Wrist hand finger orthosis, without joint(s), prefabricated item that has been trimmed, bent, molded, assembled, or otherwise customized to fit a specific patient by an individual with expertise
  • HCPCS Code

    L3908

  • L3908 - Wrist hand orthosis, wrist extension control cock-up, non molded, prefabricated, off-the-shelf
  • HCPCS Code

    L3923

  • L3923 - Hand finger orthosis, without joints, may include soft interface, straps, prefabricated item that has been trimmed, bent, molded, assembled, or otherwise customized to fit a specific patient by an individual with expertise
  • Braces for

    Wrist Sprain

  • A sprain is classified as an injury to a ligament. There are many ligaments in the wrist that can become stretched or torn after a fall with an outstretched hand. Sprained ligaments will become inflamed and cause pain during movement. BioSkin Wrist Braces are designed to stabilize the healing joint and alleviate pain with medical-grade compression and supportive, adjustable straps and stays.
  • Braces for

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Pain and sensation of the hand comes from pressure on the median nerve which travels through the wrist via a space called the carpal tunnel. Several conditions and injuries can cause this space to swell which puts significant pressure on the median nerve. Arthritis, pregnancy, a fall, or a repeated motion of the hand all can cause the carpal tunnel to become inflamed. BioSkin Wrist braces are designed to reduce inflammation and provide stability to the joint with medical-grade compression and customizable stays and straps.
  • Braces for

    Arthritis

  • Arthritis involves inflammation of any joint in the body. This inflammation leads to pain and stiffness at the joint. When this occurs at the wrist, it can negatively affect simple, daily activities. BioSkin Wrist Braces are designed to alleviate pain and provide stability to the joint with medical-grade compression and supportive, customizable stays and straps.
  • Braces for

    De Quervains

  • De Quervain's Tenosynovitis affects the tendons on the thumb side of the wrist, commonly after activities that require repetitive thumb and wrist motions such as gardening or racquet sports. The tendons become inflamed, causing pain at the base of the thumb and sometimes into the forearm if left untreated. BioSkin Wrist and Thumb braces are designed to stabilize the joint and alleviate pain with medical-grade compression and supportive straps and stays.
  • Braces for

    Game Keeper's Thumb

  • Game Keeper's Thumb, as known as Skier's thumb, is an injury to the radial collateral ligament of the thumb. This ligament becomes sprained or torn as the thumb is pulled away from the index finger, either from a fall or twisting motion. Inflammation follows the injury and grasping or pinching can become very painful. BioSkin Wrist and Thumb braces work to stabilize the joint and alleviate pain with medical-grade compression and customizable stays and straps.
  • Braces for

    Scaphoid Fracture

  • There are 8 small, carpal bones that meet the radius and ulna to make up the wrist. The scaphoid is one of these carpal bones and is located at the base of the thumb. After a fall with an outstretched hand, this bone can become fractured, causing pain at the thumb, especially while pinching or grasping. Depending on the severity of the break, casting or surgery may be required for a full recovery. BioSkin Wrist and Thumb braces are designed to stabilize the joint and alleviate pain with medical-grade compression and supportive stays and straps.
  • Braces for

    Thumb Sprain

  • A sprain is classified as an injury to a ligament. The ulnar collateral ligament connects the thumb to the wrist and can become stretched or torn after a fall with an outstretched hand. After the injury, this ligament will become inflammed, causing pain especially while pinching or grasping. BioSkin Wrist and Thumb Braces are designed to stabilize the injured joint and alleviate pain with medical-grade compression and supportive, customizable stays and straps.
  • Elbow

  • Braces for

    Tennis Elbow/Lateral Epicondylitis

  • Lateral Epicondylitis, or Tennis Elbow, is an injury of the forearm tendons that attach to the elbow at the lateral epicondyle. It is an overuse injury occurring after repetitive motion of the hand and wrist, similar to playing tennis. Although it is referred to as Tennis Elbow, the injury is certainly not limited to athletes. The inflamed tendons cause pain and stiffness at the elbow, making daily activities difficult. BioSkin Elbow Braces are designed to alleviate this pain with medical-grade compression and adjustable gel pads and straps. Compression increases blood flow to the area, speeding recovery and relieving pain.
  • Braces for

    Golfer's Elbow/Medial Epicondylitis

  • Medial Epicondylitis, or Golfer's Elbow, is an injury of the forearm tendons that attach to the elbow at the medial epicondyle. It is an overuse injury occuring after repetitive motion of the hand and wrist, similar swinging a golf club. Although it is referred to as Golfer's Elbow, the injury is certainly not limited to athletes. The inflamed tendons cause pain and stiffness at the elbow, making daily activities difficult. BioSkin Elbow Braces are designed to alleviate this pain with medical-grade compression and adjustable gel pads and straps. Compression increases blood flow to the area, speeding recovery and relieving pain.
  • Braces for

    Biceps/Triceps Strains

  • When a muscle is fatigued, overused, or improperly used, it can become overstretched or torn. This is a strain and will lead to pain and limited motion of the muscle. BioSkin Elbow Sleeves are designed to alleviate pain using medical-grade compression. Compression improves blood flow to the muscle, speeding recovery and relieving pain.
  • Braces for

    Contusion/Muscle Bruise

  • An Elbow Contusion is more commonly referred to as a bruised elbow. It occurs after a fall or force applied directly to the elbow, such as a sporting accident. The tissue surrounding the joint becomes inflamed and discolored, like a bruise, and leads to elbow pain. BioSkin Elbow Sleeves are designed to alleviate pain with medical-grade compression that increases blood flow to the area, speeding recovery.
  • Braces for

    General Elbow Pain

  • The Elbow is a complex joint with many tendons, ligaments, bursae, bones and muscles. Any number of these structures can become inflamed and injured either from overuse, fall, or direct force. BioSkin's Elbow Sleeves are designed to alleviate pain with medical-grade compression that increases blood flow, speeding recovery.
  • Hip, Thigh, & Calf

  • Braces for

    Thigh Contusion/Muscle Bruise

  • A contusion, or direct force, can occur anywhere on the body, especially during contact sports or a bad fall. The quadriceps muscle group along the front of the thigh is a combination of four muscles that come together to extend the knee. After a hard hit, the muscle group will become tender and painful. If left untreated, the muscle can potentially develop myositis ossificans, or a calcification of a portion of the quadriceps. BioSkin Compression Sleeves and Shorts treat contusions with pain-relieving compression that promotes blood flow to the area, speeding recovery and enhancing performance.
  • Braces for

    Hip Flexor Strain

  • The hip flexor muscles attach the pelvis to the thighbone and allow the hip to bend and bring your knee to your chest. When overstretched or suddenly contracted without a proper warm-up, these muscles can become strained or torn. Injured hip flexor muscles make it difficult to walk and participate in activities. BioSkin Compression Shorts provide pain-relieving compression that increases blood flow to the area, speeding recovery and enhancing performance.
  • Braces for

    Iliofemoral Sprain

  • The iliofemoral ligament connects the pelvis to the femur and supports the hip joint during hip extension. Overuse or a direct force injury to this ligament will sprain or tear, leading to pain and stiffness in the joint. BioSkin Compression Shorts provide pain-relieving compression to the injured ligament, promoting blood flow for a faster recovery and enhanced performance.
  • Braces for

    Ischiocapsular Sprain

  • The hip is a ball-and-socket type of joint, with the head of the femur as the "ball" and the cup-like space of the pelvis as the "socket." The ischiocapsular ligament keeps the head of the femur in the socket of the pelvis. A healthy hip joint is very strong and difficult to injure but overuse or a direct force from a fall can potentially injure the muscles and ligaments of the joint. When the ischiocapsular ligament is sprained, pain and stiffness will be felt throughout the hip joint. BioSkin Compression Shorts deliver pain-relieving compression to the injured area, promoting blood flow to speed recovery and enhance performance.
  • Braces for

    Thigh Strain

  • There are very large muscle groups that make up the thigh. Four muscles, known as the quadriceps, work together on the front of the thigh to extend the knee. Three muscles, known as the hamstring, work together on the back of the thigh to bend the knee. Without proper warm-up, or if overused, any number of these muscles in the thigh can become strained or torn. BioSkin Compression Sleeves and Shorts provide pain-relieving compression to the area, promoting blood flow to speed recovery and enhance performance.
  • Braces for

    Calf Strain

  • The lower leg consists of major muscles, tendons, and ligaments that work together to move the foot. The gastrocnemius and soleus make up what is commonly known as the calf, and help to point the toes downward (plantar flex). The tibialis anterior runs along the front of the shin and helps to point the toes upward (dorsiflex) and invert the foot. When overused or improperly used, these muscles can become strained or torn. BioSkin Compression Sleeves provide pain-relieving compression that promotes blood flow to the area, speeding recovery and enhancing performance.
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    Shinsplints

  • Shin Splints is a term used to describe any pain along the front of the lower leg. It can be caused by stress fractures, compartment syndrome, or strained muscles. BioSkin Compression Sleeves provide pain-relieving compression to the area, promoting blood flow, speeding recovery, and enhancing performance.
  • Accessories

  • Compression Wear

  • Apparel

Design inspired by anatomy

BioSkin braces are inspired by the function and anatomy of your joints. Use these braces to take the pressure off sore tendons, and alleviate pain through the joint.

Materials

All BioSkin materials are hypoallergenic, soft, and strong. Braces are especially important to be made out of a soft, and moisture wicking fabric so you stay dry and comfortable all day long.

Compression

Medical grade compression is used throughout all BioSkin braces to enhance recovery. Whether its from carpal tunnel or a sprain, use compression to increase blood flow and relieve the pain.