Osteoarthritis Pain

Medicare Reimbursable

Diabetes & Arthritis

Almost half (47%) of all adults with diabetes have arthritis and people with arthritis have a 61% higher risk of developing diabetes than those without the joint disease.

Reimbursable Alternatives

Osteoarthritis is a chronic inflammatory condition of the joints that causes pain, inflammation, stiffness, and swelling as a result of cartilage degradation.

Symptoms of diabetic osteoarthritis include:

  • Joint pain

  • Muscle weakness

  • Joint misalignment

  • Decreased balance

  • Decreased mobility of joints limiting everyday activities

Millions of Americans with diabetes are in pain. Many suffer from back pain, knee pain, and neuropathy. Every year, millions of prescriptions are written for pain medications — many of them powerful opioids that can cause side effects and lead to addiction.

But there are many non-opioid treatments available for pain, including our orthopedic bracing. You can be reimbursed for this therapy by commercial payers utilizing a safe and effective pain management plan under the management of a medical provider.

Clinical Benefits

  • Safe, effective, non-invasive and user-friendly reimbursable treatment

  • Minimal potential for side effects, easily avoided

  • Extremely high patient compliance, outcome and satisfaction

  • Substantial reduction in out-bound patient referrals

FDA Clinical Indications

  • Temporary increase in local blood circulation

  • Temporary relief of minor muscle and joint aches, pains and stiffness

  • Relaxation of muscles

  • Muscle spasms

  • Minor pain and stiffness associated with arthritis

Action is the Best Medicine