Our committment...
is to provide the community with the best orthotic and prosthetic care available. Improving the quality of life of every patient that passes through our doors is what we strive for.

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“Bremer Brace to me is the Best!!! I would never go anywhere else, and I tell everyone about how great you are.

~ Shirley S., patient since 1997

“Everyone at Bremer Brace were very courteous. They went above and beyond the call of duty to make me comfortable; to adjust their schedule to mine; and even to allow me a rest period because I was in severe pain. Excellent care!”

~ Ellen W., patient since 2004

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Bremer Brace of Florida, Inc. is a certified facility in compliance with The American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics serving Northeast Florida, and the Southeast Georgia area.

The professionals at Bremer Brace are highly experienced members of the allied health care rehabilitation team. Three offices are in geographically strategic locations, providing easy patient access throughout the area. Above all, Bremer Brace is committed to the formation of working partnerships with health care plans which control cost and provide quality orthotic and prosthetic care.

Bremer Brace of Florida, Inc. was founded by D. Wilmore Bremer in 1934. Mr. Bremer was one of the pioneers in orthotics and prosthetics in the country, and was one of the founders of the American Board for Certification and the American Orthotics and Prosthetic Association. Not only was he one of the first certified professionals in the country, but Bremer Brace was one of the first certified facilities. Wilmore Bremer remained active in the business until 1968, when his son, Ross Bremer, purchased the company.

Ross Bremer was one of the founders of Bremer Medical, Inc., and is one of the world’s leading authorities on cervical fracture treatment using halo systems. He continues his work with the entire spine today, having recently developed and patented the VertAlign and Comfalign Spinal Support System, which is in use throughout the United States for spinal problems.