For those with constrained mobility, they can be quite at risk with a fear of falls and fractures. Physical activity in this way becomes more of a bother and a danger. In case you have limited mobility due to injury, disability, a bariatric user or you are aging, you would want to know the finest ways to prevent inadvertent falls. Walking aids are the cheapest and most well known of all disability assist that helps you in moving from one place to another without the help of other person. Even though they’ve been around for a long time, innovation keeps bringing us new devices. With the help of these, you or your loved ones can stay active forever and give yourself a chance to remain independent whether at home or while going out just like how you used to do it before. From classic and designer walking canes to ergonomically designed rollators, we have lot of varieties to meet your needs.
Walking canes are a necessary mobility aid that have been around for a few centuries and still continuing to provide walking support for the elderly or people with medical conditions. There are many varieties of walking sticks available in our store and choosing the right one is very important. For this you need to first understand what your requirements are like: whether you need long term use or short term, aluminum or fiber material (our both materials are very strong though), how is your balance, perfect height, what handle type to consider for better grip, etc. If you are suffering from arthritis, carpal tunnel, or any other mobility issue then our walking canes can help you with your movements in a great way. We have put together a great reference guide for you to better understand what type of cane is suitable for you.
Rollators come with four wheels, a seat, and a storage pouch that gives you added benefits. Using walking canes or walkers your movement can slow down but with the use of rollators, you can walk at your own speed. This walking aid with wheels is normally suited for those who need support while walking but have difficulty in lifting the traditional walker. We have put together a great reference guide to help you choose the best rollator.