Walking is something that most of us take for granted. However if you have difficulty walking, sometimes a little help in the form of an assistive device is all you need. Whether your need is temporary or permanent, having the right device can make getting around easier. If the condition that prevents you from walking normally is supervised by a doctor, consult with them first, as they may have specific requirements for the item you wish to purchase.
Buying Guide - Canes:
There are many canes on the market today, made from different materials and offering different functionality and designs. Here is a brief overview of the different types of canes and what you should consider before making a purchase. Read on
Buying Guide - Walkers and Rollators:
Walkers and Rollators are similar in that they involve both hands to operate which makes them very stable. They provide a great deal of stability and with most Rollators, a seat is provided allowing you to take a rest while on the go. Which one you purchase depends on what your needs require and your doctor’s recommendation. We explain what some of the differences are, and what some of the considerations for purchase may be. Read on