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5 Top Reviewed Leg Lifters

5 Top Reviewed Leg Lifters
Kevin Cleary

Health Products For You carries many top-reviewed leg lifters that can assist with your mobility and quality of life.  

Sometimes as we age or due to an injury or illness, dressing or moving your legs may become difficult. An injury or surgery can reduce your range of motion or mobility in your legs, and you may require assistance.   

This assistance can be in the form of physical or occupational therapy, and during this time, the need for a leg lifter can be beneficial. HPFY can help you select the perfect leg lifters that our customers have positively reviewed for your needs.  

Leg Lifters for You  

To maintain your independence, the use of leg lifters may be your best choice. Here is a selection of some of the best on the market.   

  • Sammons Preston Rigid Leg Lifter: This leg lifter strap is ideal for occupational/physical therapy after hip replacement surgery or another hip/leg injury. It can be perfect for those with little or no leg strength or while recovering from surgery to help lift your legs into bed, your wheelchair footpad, or simply into the car. The rigid foot loop will not bend out of shape, and the total length is 40 inches. The simple design has a foot loop at one end and a handle at the other, making it especially easy to use!  
  • MTS Safety Sure Leg up Lifter: At 42” long, this mobility aid is ideal for individuals who have trouble lifting their legs in or out of bed. Its design has a center portion made from aluminum that keeps it stable while placing the end loop over your foot and provides leverage when lifting. It remains open without the need for a metal insert that could injure your in-step and is made from nylon webbing.  

Sammons Preston Rigid Leg Lifter


MTS SafetySure Leg Up Lifter


  • Medline Black Leg Lifter: This 40” long, latex-free leg lifter has pre-formed foot support that features a heavy gauge wire insert that can be modified to your desired shape. Simply place the foot loop around your foot, use the opposite hand loop to manipulate your leg, and place your foot where you need it. Simple design and portability!  
  • Sammons Preston Bed Pull-Up: Ideal for helping those with paralysis, arthritis, or limited lower body strength position themselves independently, this bed ladder helps patients sit upright in bed, making it easier to get out of bed. It easily attaches to all bed frames and has four 12” rungs.  
  • Sammons Preston Soft Flexible 34” Long Leg Lifter: The durable, strong nylon loops at either end of this leg lifter are made from high-strength nylon, making it safe and easy to use. The semi-rigid center section webbing makes it great for helping transfer your legs from beds to chairs and back.  

Medline Black Leg Lifter


Sammons Preston Bed Pull Up


Sammons Preston Soft Flexible 34 inch Long Leg Lifter



Injury and limited mobility can make leg movement more difficult, if not impossible. The use of these leg lifters can help you maintain your independence. 

Our users have rated these mobility aids highly enough to have confidence that they will work for you! 


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HPFY Kevin Cleary

Kevin Cleary

Kevin Cleary has been a Health Products For You contributor for many years and has a degree in marketing. His health and wellness journey has a very personal meaning and has guided him in his content writing for HPFY.

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