Category: Mobility and Travelling

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    Do You Need A Prescription To Use A Cane?

    Walking canes are always perceived as very easy to use tools, but in a real sense, they are as complicated as a technical device and need proper guidance before use. Do you feel discomfort when walking? Are you feeling unsteady and figuring out what cane to get to help in the stability while walking? Here…

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  • Hobbies For Seniors With Limited Mobility That Are Safe And Fun

    Getting old is a phase that cannot be evaded. As much as it sounds scary, it comes with many positive things that can be done during this phase.  The scary part about aging is losing mobility, but one can engage in several recreational activities for the elderly, and they later become some interesting hobbies for…

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  • Different Types Of Prosthetic Legs, What You Need To Know About Them.

    I saw the amazing change in the life of people who received a prosthetic leg and so I decided to write about different types of prosthetic legs and more important notes about them. Sometimes life surprises us with unpleasant surprises and we are forced to part with one of our organs. Also, make sure to check…

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  • Portable Ramp For A Wheelchair At Home, Business And Outdoor Use

    Portable ramp for a wheelchair at home are great ramps for people who need a wheelchair ramp that is light, can be stored easily and can be used in outdoor too. For this reason, I did my research and wrote this article, I even added recommended ramps for you to check out. Here is a…

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  • Best Elderly & Disabled Walkers for Walking On Carpet

    Restricted mobility doesn’t have to be a crippling condition. With new technology being introduced every year, there are now life-changing options on the market that can assist your family member in regaining much of their mobility. Your loved one will be able to move around independently and even discover new areas on their own. I…

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