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How often can I get a new orthosis (brace)? 


 
Replacement orthosis are determined by the individual insurance policy.  There are some policies that will not allow you to get a new orthosis during the first five years, stating five years is the reasonable useful lifetime for the orthosis.  Replacement anytime prior to five years would only be covered if the item is lost, irreparably damaged, or the patient's medical condition changes and the current medical equipment no longer meets the patient's needs.



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