Choosing Between 3 and 4-Wheel Scooter

Posted on Aug 31, 2016 by

It can sometimes be difficult to choose between a 3 wheel scooter and a 4 wheel scooter. Especially when the model is same but configurations are different. Difference can only be understood after taken a little deeper look.

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Rollator Buying Guide- All You Need to Know

Posted on Aug 30, 2016 by

Four wheel walkers are popularly known as "Rollators". Rollators are constructed with brakes that assist in stabilizing them for outdoor use. There are two main types of rollators, 4 wheel rollators and 3 wheel rollators. Since rollator only need to be pushed and doesn’t require lifting, they allow user to move fast safely. This makes long trips easier without slowing down the pace.

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Choosing the Right Cane- 4 Types of Canes

Posted on Aug 30, 2016 by

People who suffering from leg injury, recovering from a surgery or are in old age prefer cases which are reliable and sturdy. Here is the guide to know different kinds of canes available and their uses.

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Choosing the Right Walker- Buyer’s Guide

Posted on Aug 29, 2016 by

There are many different types of walkers available in variety of shapes and sizes. Safety, comfort and additional features available should be taken into account before making the right choice. Given below is the overview of different types of Walkers:

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Lift Chair: Buying Guide

Posted on May 23, 2016 by

Lift chairs come in a variety of sizes and with different functionality. Lift chair can make a big difference if you need that little boost to get to a standing position or if you want to sleep right in your chair. This guide to lift chairs is made to ensure caregivers and those needing a lift chair will get the right information.

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4 Best Chair Exercises for Elderly People

Posted on Apr 11, 2016 by

As soon as one crosses the age of 60, they must start taking extra care of their health. After 60 the body doesn’t exactly functions in the same way as it did before. It needs more care and attention. It frequently starts aching, and takes longer than usual to recover from certain diseases.

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Hit the Road: Traveling with SCI

Posted on Jun 16, 2015 by Kevin Cleary

Everybody enjoys a good journey, whether it’s a day trip for a long weekend getaway. For people affected by a spinal cord injury they may feel these type of vacations are a thing of the past. The good news is that now it is possible to hit the road with friends or family with just a little bit of preparation and forethought.A person suffering from SCI has a routine around their home and this creat

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Kids Zone: Pediatric Wheelchair Options

Posted on May 07, 2015 by Kevin Cleary

Hopefully you will never be faced with the dilemma of needing a wheelchair for your child, but if you ever do it’s good to know that there are plenty of options. Each child is different; therefore there is no cookie-cutter formula for pediatric wheelchairs. As opposed to wheelchairs designed for adults, those designed for children require a slightly different approach.

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Wheelchair Varieties: One Size Does Not Fit All

Posted on May 07, 2015 by Kevin Cleary

Guess what? As it turns out, everyone is different!! We come in all sizes and shapes and therefore require different sizes and styles of just about everything. This train of thought also applies to wheelchairs. Since there is a wide range of needs and requirements, there are options available to accommodate just about everyone.

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