Coping with limited mobility may be difficult for older adults. Here are five ways to assist older adults in managing mobility problems. READ MORE.
Choosing the right wheelchair may be difficult. Which one is right for me? What size do I need? We can answer these questions and others. READ MORE
Knee and hemi walkers are both mobility aids with very different functioning, but the main idea behind the two is the same: supporting a person while walking. However, Hemi walkers cater to different patients, whereas knee walkers cater to people with injuries and disorders in the leg.
Manual wheelchairs have always been a popular, affordable mobility aid choice. They are designed to provide mobility to people who do not have enough lower body strength required for walking independently but still have the necessary upper body strength to manually propel their chairs.
How do you decide which four-wheeled walker might be the best to fit your lifestyle and mobility? While the choices seem endless, we have identified seven of the best 4-wheel rollator walkers available. Read more to find out.
Walking canes are the most common mobility aids used by seniors and people with mobility issues. They are simple, convenient, inexpensive, and also offer a variety of benefits, but do you know how to pick the one that serves you the best? HPFY brings you a complete guide for choosing the best walking cane. Read more to find what should you look for in a cane.
An upright walker is a revolutionary product that offers seniors a comfortable and secure form of mobility assistance and helps them remain independent and social. The upright walker allows one to stand and walk straight without hunching over. Upright walkers for seniors provide great relief to those suffering from aches and pain caused by conventional walkers. Find 5 best upright walkers for seniors.
Nearly 6.8 million Americans depend on mobility aids like wheelchairs and transport chairs. These mobility devices are often used by older adults and those dealing with debilitating health conditions like arthritis, stroke, and spinal problems, to name a few. For first-time users, choosing between a wheelchair and a transport chair can be overwhelming because they both look similar and perform similar functions. However, both are distinct types and have many key differences.
We are all aware that fried and processed foods can negatively affect our bodies. Eating foods high in saturated fats can cause inflammation, which can lead to an unhealthy situation in our lungs. Let’s look at the nine worst foods for lungs and what we can do to boost our immunity and maintain good lung function. READ MORE.
Treating venous ulcers can be very complex, not to mention costly. What are effective treatments? What do I need? We have information you need to hear. READ MORE
Properly cleaning medical equipment requires following specific procedures. Here are 12 general tips to disinfect the equipment. READ MORE.
While most of us have heard about it, do you know the facts about bipolar disorder? Many people who are diagnosed with bipolar disorder often experience other mental health conditions, such as anxiety and attention deficit disorders. READ MORE.
Adult wipes or baby wipes or wet wipes are all the same…right? Not so!! What’s the difference? Aren’t they the same? We can give you information to help you decide which is right. READ MORE
Wheelchairs and mobility scooters are both essential mobility aids that help those with limited mobility to move around. If you, like many, are confused and find it hard to differentiate between a scooter and a power wheelchair, this article is for you. READ MORE.
Patient safety is important in both clinical and home settings. What should you consider when selecting a sling for maximum safety? What patient transfer sling do I need? What sling types are available? We can help. READ MORE