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Orthopedic Bracing

With Back and Knee bracing, you can reduce pain and improve your quality of life.

  • The use of a knee brace can be effective for stabilizing the gait of a patient as well as improving symptoms of osteoarthritis.
  • Journal of American Osteopathic Association says that low back pain (LBP) impacts the economy of the United States, with over $100 billion being spent yearly to tackle this problem.
  • Orthopedic treatment plans for patients includes back braces.
  • Reliable RX works together with the primary doctor of patients to see that these patients’ gets the best quality braces and support for their knee and back.

Compounding

Pharmacy compounding involves the personalization of patients’ medication. Compounding medications requires a practitioner’s prescription for a particular patient, so individual ingredients are added in specific dosage quantities which would produce results for a patient.

With this method, the trio – compounding pharmacist, prescriber and patient work together to see that the customization of medication is perfect for the specific needs of the patient.

Pain Cream

For most people, pain relief involves popping pills. While pain pills are a thing, there are also varieties of other pain relievers. For instance, there are medications for relieving pains which involves skin application, like patches and creams.

Applying a muscle pain relief cream soothes the skin, relieving you of the pains and aches resulting from inflammation, injuries, sore muscles, and more. A reliable muscle pain relief cream does what you need it to do, that is, it essentially suits your exact needs. Different pain relief creams have different characteristics. From cooling or heating sensations to the kind of scents produced (some use natural oils releasing pleasant scents, others are odorless). With a pain relief cream, you can also reduce discomforts linked with arthritis.

DME

Durable medical equipment (DME) refers to equipment which aids you in completing mapped out daily activities. DMEs include items like oxygen tanks, wheelchairs, and walkers.

UVB

Ultraviolet light therapy (UVB) used in the home is a piece of durable medical equipment that typically contains multiple fluorescent lights that emit high intensity, long-wave ultraviolet light (UVB rays). These boxes may be used for various reasons including treatment of psoriasis, eczema, photodermatoses, pruritis, pityriasis, lichen planus,

 

UVB light can be categorized as wide-band and narrow-band, which refers to the range of wavelengths included in the UV light source.  The wide-band devices deliver full spectrum UVB light.  The narrow-band devices deliver a very narrow range of the UV light spectrum, focusing on the specific wavelengths most effective for the treatment of disease.  Narrow-band UVB light can be delivered with either a light bulb or with a hand held laser device.  UVB treatment is typically offered using a light “booth” or “light box” several times a week for as long as the condition persists, which may be for the lifetime of the individual.  In most cases an individual must go to a doctor’s office or other facility for treatments.  However, UVB treatment is available for home use under certain circumstances and under strict physician supervision.

 

Policy

Ultraviolet light therapy is considered reasonable and necessary when used for the treatment of any of the following skin conditions and meet the coverage criteria listed below:

• Atopic dermatitis/eczema, when topical treatment alone has failed; or • Pityriasis lichenoides; or • Pruritus of hepatic disease; or • Pruritus of renal failure; or • Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphma/Mycosis Fungoides (CTCL/MF); or • Psoriasis, when topical treatment alone has failed.

CGM

What is Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)?

Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) is a method to track glucose levels throughout the day and night. CGM systems take glucose measurements at regular intervals, 24 hours a day, and translate the readings into dynamic data, generating glucose direction and rate of change.

 

Having this context helps CGM users proactively manage glucose highs and lows, plus gives added insight into impacts that meals, exercise and illness may have on an individual’s glucose levels. CGM can also contribute to better diabetes management by helping to minimize the guesswork that comes with making treatment decisions* based solely on a number from a blood glucose meter reading.

 

Studies have shown that some CGM systems may help reduce A1C levels and reduce the risk for hypoglycemia, whether users are on insulin injections or pump therapy.