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Getting around after a leg injury can be a real hassle. Using crutches or a walker is slow and cumbersome, and it places a lot of load on your back, arms and shoulders.
A rolling knee scooter is a great substitute for other adult walking aids, letting you glide along at a faster speed than hobbling or even walking.Why Hobble,[...]
When you are disabled and have limited mobility, a trip to the bathroom can be an ordeal. Placing a portable commode in your bedroom where it is easy to access can save you from the complications and embarrassment of having to use the toilet.
Whether you need a commode chair for an elderly loved one, or you are[...]
For some people, a wheelchair is indispensable, allowing for independent movement and improved quality of life. However, remaining in the same seated position for long hours on end, day after day, can lead to skin lesions, weak abdominal muscles and tight hip flexor muscles. Sitting erect can also put stress on the neck and spine,[...]
Having a lower extremity injury to your foot or ankle can slow you down, making it a chore to get from place to place, especially if you are relying on crutches. But what if you could speed things up by rolling instead of strolling?
For many patients, a knee scooter offers a great alternative to crutches,[...]
Whether you are partially disabled, suffering from age-related balance issues or recovering from an injury or surgery, you may benefit from a medical rollator or walker to help you get around. Walkers come with a variety of options suitable for elderly people and others, ranging from lightweight aluminum rolling walkers to heavy-duty rolling walkers.
Degenerative disease, age-related health issues or trauma can be devastating, robbing you of your independence and dignity, and taking away life’s little luxuries that you once took for granted, like showering or using the toilet. However, thanks to innovations in the design of medical equipment, some of your lost privileges can be restored with a[...]
In a perfect world, getting around in a wheelchair would be easy. Ramps would be universally accessible and sidewalks and curbs would be accommodating. Sadly, that is not the case, but at least there is a partial solution.
A portable wheelchair ramp comes in handy when you need to get around in your chair in areas[...]
Getting regular exercise is a challenge for anyone, but even more so when you are bound to a wheelchair. Yet spending long hours in a chair without physical activity can be debilitating and can even lead to premature death. A big challenge to anyone starting an exercise program is knowing what to do.Exercise Guidelines
The American College[...]
Bathrooms are the number one site of home-based accidents that lead to injury and death. A bathroom’s hard slippery surfaces combined with moisture make for a plethora of safety hazards that pose a high risk for anyone with mobility and balance issues. Older adults are particularly vulnerable to bathroom-related falls and injuries.Here are 10 modifications[...]
For many of us, holiday shopping adds to the festivity of the season, giving us an excuse to get out and have some fun. However, navigating crowded malls and shopping centers with restricted mobility can be a challenge. Here are a few tips to keep you safe and help you get the most out of[...]