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  • StickyJ Medical ID
  • (727) 823-9500
  • StickyJ Medical ID 10801 Endeavour Way #B Seminole, FL 33777

About us

StickyJ Medical ID and sister company Thoughtful Impressions have been family owned and operated for more than 21 years. The company is led by CEO Lori Torman, who has an eye for great quality and classic styles. In the early days of medical id bracelets (we're talking 1960's), medical alert bracelets were pretty boring -- basically engraved metal tags with curb link chains. The same styles were offered for children, just smaller (no wonder kids didn't want to wear them). And, by the end of the 20th century things hadn't improved that much. Lori was among the first to recognize that medical id's could be fashion conscious, and in 2005 launched designs in leather as well as stainless, and introduced polyester kids medical id bracelets that had cute designs. The sport strap line of child medical id's she introduced nearly 20 years ago is still the most popular line of children's medical jewelry on the market today. And, we now produce more than 100 different styles of medical alert bracelets and necklaces for men and women. Our engraved bracelets are individually custom engraved by our team of master engravers, ship within three (M-F) business days from the date you order, and all products come with a 90 warranty against manufacturing defects. Please come and shop with us today. It will be our pleasure to serve you.

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Epilepsy Bracelets

The most common type of medical identification is an Epilepsy bracelet, sometimes known as a seizure bracelet.  However, we recognize that an epilepsy bracelet isn't the best choice for everyone; so we also carry charms and necklace pendants. Browse our selection of seizure bracelets and other Epilepsy jewelry options to ensure your utmost safety today.

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterized by recurrent seizures. Seizures occur due to irregular electrical activity in the brain. Causes of epilepsy can include head trauma, stroke, brain tumors, infections, and genetic disorders. Symptoms of epilepsy vary, but may include loss of consciousness, muscle spasms or twitching, confusion, temporary paralysis, and changes in behavior. Treatment for epilepsy typically includes medications and lifestyle modifications. In some cases, surgical procedures may be recommended. Treatment should be tailored to the individual's specific needs and should be discussed with a healthcare provider. But, one good practice with Epilepsy is to wear a medical id bracelet with your condition, any allergies, and emergency contact information.