Formed in 1997 by Bill and Lisa Falcon, Bracemasters, LLC grew to serve patient care providers nationwide as a central fabricator of custom orthotic devices. In December, 2008, the company partnered with new resources and formed Bracemasters International, LLC to begin the expansion to utilize the latest technology, expand product and process development, and broaden the geographic markets we serve.
Built around the application of constantly evolving technologies and methods, Bracemasters’ current product lines include lower extremity thermoplastic products, such as AFO, SMO, UCBL, the Clam Walker, and the Plastic KAFO. Also, lower extremity traditional metal and leather products, lower extremity pediatric thermoplastic products, ankle gauntlets, and our new Dynamic - Response - Ankle-Foot Orthosis (DRAFO®).
Prospectively, Bracemasters will bring a new ‘holistic approach’ to individual orthotic patient treatment, as well as to how a practice can best deliver care to its patients. We, at Bracemasters, will enhance the entire process by which a practitioner selects, orders and delivers a particular device to a patient by bringing this ‘holistic approach’ to the patient/practitioner relationship. Through advanced engineering and the application of a new generation of orthotic devices, we will successfully accomplish our goal of revolutionizing the orthotic brace industry.
Due to the increased accuracy and consistency resulting from our constantly evolving technologies and methods, we can, not only reduce the initial workload for practitioners, but also reduce fitting time and any necessary rework, thus providing a more efficient and comfortable experience for patients.
Constantly in search of finding new ways to better serve our industry and its patients, we are developing web-based systems that will increase ordering speed, track production, ensure on-time delivery and provide the highest-quality and best-functioning custom orthopedic products in the industry. Our goal is to provide the best support in the industry for providers and their patients, through continuous improvement of products and manufacturing processes.