STEP (Sternal Thoracic Extension Plate)

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STEP (Sternal Thoracic Extension Plate)

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Attaching a STEP to a spinal brace will raise its extensive force to the sternalnotch level.

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Medicare (DME MAC)
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HCPCS Code:L1200
Product Category:Furnsh initial orthosis only
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Attaching a STEP to a spinal brace will raise its extensive force to the sternalnotch level. Fitting the STEP is simple. To adjust the
STEP height, slide the bars. To adjust the extension angle, bend the bars (STEP I) or reset the joint (STEP-II). STEP-I has a greater height range; STEP-II is quicker to adjust. The shoulder/axilla straps feature quick-release buckles for easier donning.
There are two STEP tops: Sternal Plate (below) or Floating Pectoral Pads (right). Both avoid the sternum and apply comfortable pressure to the pectoral muscles.
STEPs come preinstalled on some TLSOs. They may also be added to custom body jackets.

PDAC approved code: L1220

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