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  • Aids to Daily Living

    Aids to Daily Living (15)

    Aids to Daily Living (15)

    One of the most important ways to stay independent is to have the tools needed to accomplishing daily living activities, or DLAs. These include being able to get dressed, get up and down from a chair, bed or toilet seat and be mobile. Among the many categories of daily living aids, choices from the following can make accomplishing everyday tasks significantly easier.
  • Ambulatory

    Ambulatory (33)

    Ambulatory (33)

    Assistive devices for mobility/ambulation can be referred to as ambulatory aids. Ambulatory aids (eg, canes, crutches, walkers) are used to provide an extension of the upper extremities to help transmit body weight and provide support for the patient.
  • Bariatric

    Bariatric (20)

    Bariatric (20)

    Bariatric Equipment for sale. We have a large selection of heavy duty bariatric equipment for the home, facility and clinical settings. We carry many different brands and styles of bariatric equipment products and supplies. Bariatric equipment is often very hard to find. We carry several different product lines of bariatric equipment for the bedroom, bathroom and mobility devices.
  • Bath & Spa Aids

    Bath & Spa Aids (21)

    Bath & Spa Aids (21)

    Bath & Spa Aids
  • Boots & Braces

    Boots & Braces (25)

    Boots & Braces (25)

    Orthopedic Boots & Braces Main Category
  • Canes

    Canes (56)

  • CPM's

    CPM's (8)

    CPM's (8)

    CPM devices = Continuous Passive Motion: a technique in which a joint, usually the knee, is moved constantly through a variable range of motion to prevent stiffness and to increase the range of motion; most often accomplished using a motorized device specifically designed for this purpose.
  • Knee Walkers

    Knee Walkers (5)

    Knee Walkers (5)

    A knee scooter or knee walker is a two, three or four-wheeled alternative to crutches or a traditional walker as an ambulation aid. It is known by many other names, such as a knee walker, knee cruiser, knee caddy, orthopaedic scooter, or leg walker. Over the years it has taken on many forms, from small-wheeled devices suitable for indoor use to larger sturdier units capable of use outside on grass or paved surfaces. Today’s version is usually a lightweight, foldable design that, with the knee flexed, supports the shin of the unusable limb. The opposite foot makes contact with the floor or ground, providing propulsion. The objective of the scooter is to create a safe, comfortable, and easy-to-maneuver alternative to the traditional crutch. Prior to its introduction, those experiencing foot surgery, bunionectomies, gout, below the knee amputations, diabetic ulcers and wounds, as well as foot sprains, or fractures had no choice but to limit activity during rehabilitation. Their only options were crutches, a traditional walker, a wheelchair or bed rest. The scooter does have limitations that may make it unsuitable for some patients, such as those with leg injuries above or near the knee. It cannot negotiate stairs, and is significantly heavier and more difficult to load into a vehicle than crutches.
  • Patient Safety & Mobility

    Patient Safety & Mobility (364)

    Patient Safety & Mobility (364)

    Patient Safety & Mobility
  • Physical Therapy

    Physical Therapy (181)

  • Power Scooters

    Power Scooters (4)

    Power Scooters (4)

    Pride Mobility Power Scooters for purchase or to rent. Choose between 3-wheel and 4-wheel models, supporting up to 450lbs.
  • Quad Canes

    Quad Canes (10)

  • Reachers

    Reachers (4)

  • Shower Aids

    Shower Aids (3)

  • Strollers

    Strollers (1)

    Strollers (1)

    Strollers for purchase and to rent. Select the size and style that you need. We carry both single and double strollers for children up to 65 lbs.
  • Walker Accessories

    Walker Accessories (5)

  • Wheelchair accessories

    Wheelchair accessories (8)