10% Off*, Code HPHS10 | $50 Off $250*, Code HP50

Online since 2002 |   866-316-0162

View product option
Buy HPFY Premium 5 Piece Hip and Knee Replacement Kit Buy HPFY 5-Piece Hip and Knee Replacement Kit - Bath Sponge @Best Price Premium 5-Piece Hip and Knee Replacement Kit

Premium 5-Piece Hip and Knee Replacement Kit

Product Option

Kit (5 Pieces)

SKU F811034
$22.59 Each

Kit (5 Pieces)

SKU F811034
$173.89 9/Pack
Request quote

Premium 5-Piece Hip and Knee Replacement Kit makes day-to-day activities easier and the morning routine more independent. This premium hip kit makes dressing and bathing an effortless task. It was created to assist those who struggle with limited mobility and need daily assistance, such as those who recently had hip or knee surgery. This kit is a must-have for at-home recovery.

What does 5-Piece Premium Hip Kit Include?

The premium Hip Kit includes the following things:

  1. 32" long reacher
  2. A sock aid
  3. 27" long dressing stick
  4. 22" long shoe horn
  5. 23" long bath sponge


Total: $22.59

Earn $0.68 in HPFY rewards

Premium 5-Piece Hip and Knee Kit Features

  • For easy access to fallen objects and picking things from the ground.
  • It helps put on socks without forcing users to lift their legs and maintain limited hip movement.
  • It can help remove socks and slacks and assist in putting on and removing shirts and coats.
  • The long-handle shoe horn will assist users in easily removing and putting on shoes without having to bend.
  • People recovering from hip and knee injuries can use this to clean their lower limbs with ease.

Why choose Premium Hip Kit?

  • Easy to maintain post-surgery aids.
  • Lightweight products to lessen the strain on the patient's hands.
  • Foam handles on sock for better grip and easy operation.

What to buy with Premium Knee & Hip Kit

When to use the 5-Piece Hip Replacement Kit?

People with the following physical conditions can use hip replacement kits:

  • Hip replacement surgery
  • Lack of muscle control
  • Limited body movement due to injury
  • Difficulty in bending
  • Difficulty reaching shoes or gripping socks
  • Arthritis

How To use a Hip and Knee Replacement Kit?

32-inches long reacher

When does one need a reacher and how to use it?

People bound to a wheelchair or bedridden require the assistance of a reacher to carry out simple tasks. Those who have arthritis or have undergone hip surgery may find bending down difficult. In such a case, reachers help them reach down to pick things up, thus eliminating the need for bending or sitting down.


Sock aid with foam handles

How to use a sock aid?

  1. Place a sock over the plastic core
  2. Insert your foot inside the opening of the sock, resting it on/over the plastic base
  3. Pull the sock aid using its foam handles and you're done!


27.5-inchs long dressing stick

How to use a dressing stick?

A dressing stick can be used for multiple tasks like putting on or taking off shoes, socks, slacks, and even shirts.

  • Shirts and Coats - The dressing stick can assist in putting on and removing a button-up shirt or coat. Thread the dressing stick into a sleeve of your shirt and then pull it up and over your shoulder. Repeat the same to the other side. You can apply this method to coats or jackets as well. If you have trouble zipping up, you can use the hook end of the dressing stick to assist with pulling up the zipper. To remove the shirt/coat, slide the dressing stick into your sleeve and push off your arm until it is completely removed.
  • Slacks - To remove slacks, use the end of the stick to help thread each leg into the slacks. Use the hook to draw the slacks until you can reach them with your own hands. Stand up and pull up the rest of the way. To remove your slacks, push them down from your waist and sit down. Once in a seated position, use the stick to push the slacks off of your legs.
  • Socks - The dressing stick can also be used to remove your socks. Hook the end of the stick onto your socks and push them off your feet.


22-inches long shoe horn

Why is a shoe horn required? How is it used?

People with arthritis and weak/injured hips find it difficult to bend and cannot lift their legs to put on the shoes. For that, a shoehorn is required so they can easily put on their shoes. The longer the handle, the lesser the need to bend. Shoe horns are placed on the opening and near the heel of the shoes, and the person then slides their feet inside the shoe, over the shoehorn.


23.5-inches long handle bath sponge

How to use a bath sponge?

The main purpose of a bath sponge is to enable users to easily clean hard-to-reach areas of the body, likely to clean a person's back, but for those who cannot bend, the bath sponge makes it easy for them to clean their legs and feet, which is mandatory for reducing the risk of foot infections.


Customer Reviews


{{x.ShortDescription}} ...


Please enter your and your friends email address below.

Fields marked with * are compulsory

Your Name*
Your Email Address
Friend's Name*
Friend's Email Address
The selected product information along with Reward Dollar coupon code has been successfully emailed to you and your friend.

Thank you for using www.healthproductsforyou.com