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walking canes

 

A cane is a mobility assistant used to help support weight and improve balance. Canes are made with metal, wood, and sometimes plastic, and can typically support up to 25 percent of a person’s body weight.

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Comments | Posted in Canes By Ashley

Whether  you are recovering from surgery or living with a permanent disability,  you should always look for ways to stay mobile and independent in the  home. At the same time, you should reduce your risk for falls and  injuries. A bad fall can permanently change your condition, restricting  your mobility in the future.

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Comments | Posted in Bath Safety By Design Team

There are chances of a person losing the ability to move around either due to some accident or old age. In either case, an external support is necessary to help them move from one place to the other without being dependent on any other person. For a long time now, walkers have been of great help to such people. However, with the passage of time, walkers have undergone a transformation and have now evolved to provide ease of mobility and enhanced support.

A rollator is nothing but a rolling walker that has improved features. These wheeled walkers can be folded easily and transported from one place to the other. They are also provided with features like a basket to serve as a storage unit, hand brakes and a seat as well if the person intends to take rest for some time.

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0 Comments | Posted in Patient Help By Specialty Medical

If you are new to using medical assistive devices, it is hard to know where to begin looking for what you need. Medical suppliers specialize in providing patients with equipment normally found in a hospital, rehab facility, or long-term nursing facility.

With the vast array of medical supplies available for home consumers, patients like you (or a family member) can return home and use assistive medical equipment for semi-independent living.

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Comments | Posted in Bath Safety By Specialty Medical

When you are severely injured and are unable to move from one place to another, then you might want to consider getting a commode chair for yourself. There are a lot of advantages to this, and you might learn more about why it is advantageous by perhaps checking out the model and then deciding whether or not this is the right one to go in for. There are a lot of models to take your pick from and you can be assured of finding the perfect model without having to settle in for some kind of a compromise.

Some of the most popular models here include the foldable commode, the bariatric bedside commode, Invacare commode and so on. Hence, depending on what your priorities might be in this area, you can easily pick out the right kind of model and ensure that you don’t end up wasting money in the long run. Some people are reluctant to opt in for these things, which is quite ironic because these devices are not really all that bad to opt in for. You can get a good model and ensure that you don’t simply end up wasting a lot of time while using the facilities. The models like the folding commode can even be carried with you, where you might go.

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Comments | Posted in Bath Safety By Specialty Medical

For physically challenged individuals, tasks considered simple by able bodied individuals might be a little challenging for them. While some tasks can be easily completed without any kind of problem, there are others that might really take a long period of time, unless you have the right equipment around. Consider something like taking a shower. Most of us take this for granted but only when you do try out the job you will realize about how complicated it can get. Thus, things can get quite complicated if you don’t take some measures and get accessories like a bariatric transfer bench or a proper shower bench seat.

Rather than take risks and have a terrible accident in the shower, it is strongly recommended that you go in for the right kind of shower benches. They come in all kinds of shapes and applications, ranging from a simple shower bath bench to even a tub transfer bench and a shower chair bench. Hence, depending on what it is that you are looking for, you might be interested in going in for it and getting it done. Many different people have been able to avoid risks and complete the task in a shorter period of time because of such handicap shower benches.

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Comments | Posted in Bath Safety By Specialty Medical

Live Independently with Raised Toilet Seats!

The fear of falling can often be paralyzing to those individuals that are accustomed to living independently. Once independent individuals may feel the need to ask for assistance when performing daily activities like walking around in familiar spaces, bathing, and using the bathroom. In many cases, adult independence and adult safety contradict each other and create the need for others to assist in the completion of personal tasks.

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Comments | Posted in Bath Safety By Specialty Medical

A patient with certain medical conditions, such as mobility issues or incisions from back surgery, will benefit from the installation of a raised toilet seat in your bathroom. A higher toilet seat, especially in a commode area equipped with safety railing, makes it easier to lower oneself down to the toilet seat.

If the toilet is cushioned, a patient finds it more comfortable to sit on the toilet for longer periods of time, such as for having difficult bowel movements.

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Comments | Posted in Bath Safety By Specialty Medical

You might be surprised that not just elderly or disabled patients require a special bedside commode. A person who is very overweight may undergo bariatric surgery, such as a gastric bypass, and face recovery difficulties at home. If a person is extremely obese, they may already have confronted these difficulties before surgery.

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Comments | Posted in Bath Safety By Specialty Medical

Providing a person with a regular bath, at least two or three times a week, is much easier when you have a safe place for the patient to sit. You can look online for great deals on shower or bath chairs that are easy to store in the bathing area between uses.

What may turn out to be your biggest help is the handheld shower sprayer. This is the device that you can use to apply hot or cold water to all of the places that a patient needs to clean during her shower.

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Comments | Posted in Bath Safety By Specialty Medical

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