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Walking Aids – NMW7912L

Walking Aids

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NMW7912L 50 44   78-96 58x18x82 5.5 2 6.7
Walking aids for disabled: For some of us walking is a pleasure which we take for granted, whether it be a simple trip to the local store to pick up the groceries, a walk in the countryside to enjoy fresh air and or just getting from the living room to the kitchen. It is only when we have difficulty walking, or can no longer walk, that we realise how essential our mobility is to our every day life. Fortunately, there are many different aids to walking available on the market now, ranging from traditional walking sticks for minimal support, to modern ergonomically designed walkers such as the award winning Topro range from Denmark. Walking sticks can be of wood or metal manufacture. There are also folding adjustable sticks with "T" shaped handles, which are lightweight and easy to use, and fold to fit in handbag or basket. Meanwhile, for arthritis sufferers, there are special grip canes, also usually adjustable, while for those with balance problems there is an adjustable quad cane with a curved neck which places the user's weight directly over the shaft for safety. The shaped handle fits the palm, tapering for comfort of the fingers. Also handy for days out is the walking stick seat, which folds flat and clips together forming a stick, and can then be opened out into a useful little seat. If more assistance is need, folding and rigid walker frames are handy - these can be fitted with wheels or not as required. The HiRiser Folding Frame is shaped to help the user rise, and can be used as a toilet aid also. Tri Walkers are usually for indoor use for get easily around the home, and can be made or steel or aluminium, folding easily to put into a car or for storage. For great stability, although more for outdoor use, the Rollators are prescribed! These come in many guises, usually with an integral seat and a shopping basket. The latest is the Lets Go indoor rollator, which has a tray. This is an entirely new and practical aid and is light flexible and quite attractive to have around the home. The Lets Go comes with a carry bag and a clip on tray for transporting drinks and other small items around the home. It can also be folded away. This walking aid, however, does not have a seat, as it is designed for indoor use. The Deluxe Rollator, from Promedics, is of lightweight aluminium construction, and has a back rest as well as a seat. This walking aids has the added advantage that it folds into a very small area. All walkers and rollators have a range of accessories - shopping baskets, crutch and stick holders and bags are available as required. And finally there are the wheelchairs, of which an enormous selection is available. In particular, there are too lightweight varieties. Transit chairs are the ones with the little wheels, and with removable arms to allow easy user transfer. These are nearly always folding and come in various weights and sizes. A transport chair is a very portable lightweight folding chair, allowing maneuver from one location to another in limited space. It has front castors and fixed rear wheels and the armrests swivel for side transfer. With all the walking aids available nowadays, many disabled people suffering from decreased mobility can soon be up and about again - and off down the shops to pick up those groceries! Shop best quality walking aids for disabled from Nexgen Medical at an affordable price. walking aids for disabled