Insurance Covered Back Braces Announces The Introduction Of The Delta 59 LSO Back Brace

July 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Insurance Covered Back Braces has recently introduced new back braces to diversify the products they offer. The Delta 59 LSO back Brace is the new product that provides great support to people who are suffering from back problems.

During the announcement, a company representative said, “The Delta 59 LSO Back Brace is the perfect combination of comfort and support, providing a cost-effective brace without compromising construction and functionality. This brace is designed to provide a true custom fit, allowing users to adjust everything from the belt circumference to panel height, as well as the specific area and frequency to which compression is applied. The Delta 59 is perfect to wear under clothing thanks to its slim profile and lightweight materials. For those who are active while wearing the brace, the quality construction allows users to stand, walk, and sit without worrying about the brace shifting.”

Insurance Covered Back Braces (ICBB) was created to provide an easy, straightforward way to receive a back brace through insurance. ICBB is part of larger company – MedSource, LLC – which has been a leading provider of medical equipment for decades. MedSource created Insurance Covered Back Braces – to give those suffering from chronic back pain a way to receive the relief they deserve with little to no out of pocket cost.

For more information, visit Insurance Covered Back Braces.

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For more information about Insurance Covered Back Braces, contact the company here:

Insurance Covered Back Braces
Insurance Covered Back Braces
888-510-5100
Insurance Covered Back Braces 3002 Gill Street Bloomington, IL 61704

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