Bio Dynamic Technologies


Upper & Lower


Blending cutting-edge technology with premium materials to deliver unmatched support and stability. Enabaling you to lead a more active, pain-free lifestyle.

What We Do

Orthotic Products

Biodynamic Tech is dedicated to providing advanced orthotic solutions for individuals in need of enhanced mobility, comfort, and pain relief access various body parts.  Whether it be your ankles, feet, knees, hips, spine, and upper limbs, Biodynamic Tech has you covered!

Orthotics for Comfort, Support & Stability


Contact our office for a presurgical consultation information packet at no charge. Call 800-879-2276
Gathering information about your level of physical fitness and health, the amputation level, the demands you place on the prosthesis and your future goals are just a few of the considerations that will help us to determine what type of prosthesis would be most appropriate for you.
A temporary prosthesis is used for up to a year in situations where you are likely to experience volume loss/shrinkage resulting in a very loose fitting socket. A definitive prosthesis could last years due to minimal changes in your residual limb.
On average, it can take four to six weeks from the time evaluated you are evaluated to the time that you are fit with a prosthesis, depending upon what prosthesis you choose.
Yes. In order to make a prosthesis look more like a “real” leg, foam can be used to cover the structural components and provide a more anatomical shape.
While there are some exceptions, most prosthetic devices are not waterproof and it can be harmful to wear them against the skin for a prolonged period of time when they are wet. Your device will usually not be harmed by slight exposure, such as walking briefly through the rain but should not be worn while swimming or bathing unless you have been specifically directed to do so. If your device becomes wet, it should be removed and dried before putting it back on. If a waterproof device is something that is necessary or helpful for your lifestyle, please discuss it with your clinician at your appointment that can help address those needs.
Some devices can be worn while driving but others may interfere with your ability to operate the controls of the vehicle or interfere with your ability to see in all directions for safe driving. Please exercise caution in determining if you can safely operate a motor vehicle. Contact the DMV to see what is required, if anything, for you to do so legally and safely.
We cannot make any guarantees about how security in public areas will handle any of these medical devices. Many prosthetics contain metal parts that will be recognized by scanners. We recommend talking with the security professional conducting the screening about your device and your needs. If you can safely remove the device to pass through screening, it may be the easiest solution but do not risk injury or remove your device if you are not comfortable doing so, or if it is against your medical professional’s advice.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our certified orthotists and/or certified orthotic fitter will carefully review your doctor’s prescription for the brace prescribed. You may choose to visit our offices located in Manhattan, East Rutherford, NJ or Greenwich, CT for the fitting and explanation of its proper use. Depending on your insurance plan coverage, all or part of the cost of the brace may be paid by your plan. You will be responsible for any amount not covered by your policy, which our customer service agent will review with you in advance.

There a number of benefits for using this brace, among them are that they dramatically reduce bone-on-bone friction, relieve long-term pain and postpone or eliminate the need for surgery. In addition, it reduces your need for medication and can be worn with comfort all day. The brace’s low profile also allows the patient to wear the brace under slacks.

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of joint pain, affecting the knees, hips, back and feet of over 20 million Americans. A joint’s cartilage (the tough, smooth material at the end of bones) wears away over time. When this happens, the edges of the bones rub together, causing the joint to feel stiff and sore.

When cartilage wears away at the knee, the joint becomes “compacted” as the ends of the thigh bone and shin bone rub together. Usually, the compaction occurs on either the inside (medial) part of the leg or outside (lateral); sometimes both sides are compacted.

Braces can help nearly anyone who experiences mild to severe knee OA and are available in a variety of off-the-shelf models or custom fitted designs for any size leg.

The degeneration of knee cartilage makes the lower leg bend either inward or outward, resulting in compaction (bone-on-bone friction). Using 3-point leverage, an OA brace applies gentle pressureto the side of the knee, helping to reduce pain and restore mobility.

No, but it may help postpone it. A good OA knee brace will help relieve the pain, but it will not repair the damaged joint. In mild to moderate cases, using a brace may allow you to postpone surgery and prolong the intervals between knee replacements. Keep in mind that artificial knees usually last only 10 to 15 years before they need replacement.

No, but it may help postpone it. A good OA knee brace will help relieve the pain, but it will not repair the damaged joint. In mild to moderate cases, using a brace may allow you to postpone surgery and prolong the intervals between knee replacements. Keep in mind that artificial knees usually last only 10 to 15 years before they need replacement.

No. In fact, an OA knee brace will make physical therapy more effective since the ability to exercise is greatly improved. With the help of your physical therapist or orthotist, the brace can help relieve pain as you strengthen muscles around your knee joint.

In most cases, yes. Patients who use a brace usually have been able to reduce dependence on pain and anti-inflammatory medications. Some anti-inflammatory drugs may cause serious side affects or allergic reactions. Consult your doctor before changing any prescribed medication regimen.

Yes. Some doctors inject drugs such as corticosteroids or hyaluronic acid directly into the joint for short term relief. However, these treatments can be very expensive, the length of relief varies greatly from patient to patient and many people report no reduction of pain. If injections are chosen, an OA brace may enhance and prolong the effects.

CPM is prescribed by physicians after surgery on joints or trauma to help avoid joint stiffness in knees, elbows, shoulders and the joints of the hand. CPM allows every patient to rehab affected limbs or joints through a safe, precise and slow-moving Range of Motion.

CPM’s are widely considered a medical necessity by the vast majority of insurance plans and carriers. We will make every effort on your behalf to secure the necessary pre-authorization from your insurance company required for this equipment. We will then contact you to inform you regarding the extent of your coverage.

When your prescription is received by our office, our customer service representative will contact you to begin the process of reviewing your insurance coverage and when the equipment is needed. Next one of our professionally trained and experienced Field Service Technicians will contact you to arrange how and when you will receive your CPM or Game Changer device. Once delivered you will receive detailed instructions on its proper use and how to arrange for return to our office.

Just contact our Customer Service Department at 1-800-879-2276 and inform them that the equipment is ready to be picked up and we will do so.

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