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Hyperextension ROM Elbow Brace

Suggested HCPCS Code:Β L3760/L3761

  • Provides prolonged low load passive stretch and treats hyper extension of the elbow
  • Adjustable dials allow gradual changes to move the joint toward normal alignment
  • Brace provides 3-point leverage similar to manual stretching, improving range of motion
  • Padding provides comfort and redistributes skin pressure


Underlying Conditions:

  • Elbow Contracture
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Hemarthrosis of Elbow
  • Felty’s Syndrome of Elbow


Coverage Criteria:Β 

  • Item is for treatment of illness or injury or to improve function of elbow. (Not preventative.)Β Β 

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ROM Padded Air Elbow Brace

Suggested HCPCS Code:Β L3760/L3761

  • Air technology uses an air bladder at the inside of the elbow, positioned parallel to the arm to redistribute skin pressure
  • Bilateral hinged uprights work with the air bladders to continue to move the joint toward normal alignment
  • Hinges can be removed for the most severe flexion and added as the range improves


Underlying Conditions:

  • Elbow Contracture
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Hemarthrosis of Elbow
  • Felty’s Syndrome of Elbow


Coverage Criteria:Β 

  • Item is for treatment of illness or injury or to improve function of elbow. (Not preventative.)Β Β 

Padded Elbow Brace

Suggested HCPCS Code:Β L3760/L3761

  • Adjustable dials allow gradual changes to move joint toward normal alignment
  • High-temperature plastic cuffs can be remolded to custom fit patient’s upper and lower arms
  • Flex Technology splint moves with the patient’s abnormal muscle tone/spasticity
  • Padding provides comfort and redistributes skin pressure
  • Brace provides 3-point leverage similar to manual stretching, improving range of motion
  • Lower cuff swivels to allow for varying degrees of flexion


*Available in more sizes as well as custom sizing.Β 

Underlying Conditions:

  • Elbow Contracture
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Hemarthrosis of Elbow
  • Felty’s Syndrome of Elbow


Coverage Criteria:Β 

  • Item is for treatment of illness or injury or to improve function of elbow. (Not preventative.)Β 

Contracture Locking Elbow Orthosis

Suggested HCPCS Code:Β L3760/L3761

  • Assists with elbow extension Easy to use pull ring and lock mechanism Six possible positions No additional tools necessary.


Underlying Conditions:

  • Elbow Contracture
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Hemarthrosis of Elbow
  • Felty’s Syndrome of Elbow


Coverage Criteria:Β 

  • Item is for treatment of illness or injury or to improve function of elbow. (Not preventative.)Β Β 

Humeral Fracture Shoulder Brace

Suggested HCPCS Code:Β L3980

  • Lightweight, durable, and cannot absorb moisture
  • Trimmable polyethylene and lined with closed-cell foam
  • Allows a range of motion at the shoulder and elbow


Underlying Conditions:

  • Fracture of the shaft of the Humerus
  • Fracture of the surgical neck of Humerus
  • Displaced fracture of the tuberosity of Humerus


Coverage Criteria:Β 

  • Item is for treatment of illness or injury or to improve function of upper body. (Not preventative.)

Shoulder Abduction Brace

Suggested HCPCS Code:Β L3960

  • Aluminum waistband is moldable to patient torso and prevents anterior migration
  • Brace positions include gunslinger, neutral plane and external rotation
  • One-hand buckles ease patient reapplication
  • Universal sling design to fit every patient with one brace
  • Unique pistol grip adjusts with quick-pull tabs and keeps the arm from migrating forward out of the sling


Underlying Conditions:

  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Primary Osteoarthritis
  • Shoulder Bicipital Tendinitis
  • Shoulder Post Traumatic Osteoarthritis
  • Impingement Syndrome
  • Arthritis of Shoulder


Coverage Criteria:Β 

  • Item is for treatment of illness or injury or to improve function of upper body. (Not preventative.)

GivMohr Sling

Suggested HCPCS Code:Β L3670

  • Sling is available in 2 styles. One arm or bilateral
  • Improves gait and balance
  • Supports arm(s) in a functional position
  • Reduced shoulder subluxation and shoulder pain
  • Allows controlled arm swing


Underlying Conditions:

  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Primary Osteoarthritis
  • Shoulder Subluxation
  • Impingement Syndrome
  • Arthritis of Shoulder
  • Brachial Plexis Injury
  • Post Polio Syndrome
  • Transverse Myelitis
  • Central Cord Syndrome


Coverage Criteria:Β 

  • Item is for treatment of illness or injury or to improve function of upper body. (Not preventative.)Β 

Shoulder Immobilizer with Waist Strap

Suggested HCPCS Code:Β L3670

  • Soft cotton/poly blend for increased comfort
  • Removable foam waist strap
  • D-ring on strap for easy adjustment
  • Fits right or left arm


Underlying Conditions:

  • Fracture of Shaft of Clavicle
  • Fracture of Sternal End of Clavicle
  • Sprain of the Shoulder or Elbow
  • Stiffness of Shoulder not Elsewhere Classified
  • Elbow Fracture
  • Ulna Fracture


Coverage Criteria:Β 

  • Item is for treatment of illness or injury or to improve function of upper body. (Not preventative.)