Hard to fit sizes and post mastectomy products

The Bra Shop

Citrine Health added The Bra Shop in 2014 to provide women on Medicaid post-mastectomy products. Citrine Health created the shop because there was no place north of Seattle that provided post-mastectomy products for women on Medicaid. The Bra Shop works with many insurance companies including Medicare and Medicaid. Please call and schedule an appointment for post-mastectomy fittings.

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