Resources for Medical Professionals

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Medical Professional FAQs

From Acute vs. Custom usage to documentation, find the answers to your TayCo Brace questions.

The Acute Brace is intended for acute injuries, where the estimated recovery time is less than six (6) months. However, if the patient has moderate to severe foot or ankle deformity, a custom brace from a cast is recommended.
The Custom Brace is intended for chronic problems, where the the patient will use the brace for more than six (6) months.

To custom fit the TayCo Brace to a patient’s unique physiology, you must simply bend, mold, or trim the brace. Watch the video for simple instructions.

We recommend use with a rigid or semi-rigid standard walking/jogging shoe, work boot, or diabetic shoe. Using a custom orthotic in the shoe may be recommended for additional arch and foot support

TayCo has successfully been used on any indication (ICD-10’s) requiring stabilization of the ankle and hindfoot. You can view TayCo’s prescription form for the “Top 40” indications. View common Treatment Protocols.

Simply remove the 3 screws on the medial side of the brace and 3 screws on the lateral side. Watch the video for instructions.

Yes. It is not difficult to put on, but must be done correctly for comfort and proper use. Watch the video for simple instructions.

The short answer is no. The strap is made of a very durable material and has never been an issue for our customers. If the strap does get worn or frayed due to normal use, we will replace it.

We partner with SureStep, the industry leader in pediatric Ankle-Foot Orthosis (AFO) for our manufacturing. SureStep has been creating custom AFOs for more than 20 years, and their quality, attention to detail, and customer service is found in every TayCo Brace.

Gavin Ferlic
Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Fred Ferlic
Medical Director

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