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DynamicBracingSolutions™ is The National Network of Clinicians dedicated to a 21st Century approach to HOLISTIC bracing for neuromuscular disorders.

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"The challenge, was it worth it? Yes! Definitely worth it. There are times that I can sort of march, that I was never able to do before. I can go longer distances when I walk my dog and I don't feel like my knee is going to buckle." -- M.E. MD

"The challenge was worth every bit, I mean, it just gets you all excited about (it) and you want to go do it again. That's what life's about, it's challenges and pushing yourself to another goal." -- E.W. All American Over Sixty TriAthlete

Dynamic Brace Beats Post-Polio Boomerang
By Miki Fairley

Feb. Article at OandP.com

Doctor works to bring high-tech foot braces to Montana
By TRISTAN SCOTT of the Missoulian

August 18, 2012 Article at Missoulian.com

Embracing New Bracing Technology
By Justin Franz

August 22, 2012 Article at Flathead Beacon

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The Outcome……Solutions

Efficient walking is based upon static balance. Before we can move, we must be stable in the standing posture. Dynamic balance is the next step. The biomechanical interplay between the orthosis and the body must be taken into account.

An orthotic support system must incorporate the necessary design and materials to achieve the following:

  1. triplanar control
  2. support for weak or missing muscles
  3. dynamic function
  4. intended outcome

The orthosis must become part of the body. Old habits and compensations developed over time must be replaced with more efficient movement patterns. Exercise and training combined with the proper orthosis will increase the potential for optimal outcomes.

As the mechanics of walking improve, the outcome can be measured to quantify the efficiency of walking compared to the initial evaluation. Effort, patience and persistence will lead to positive outcomes.