Friday, 22 January 2016

Choosing The Right Walking Aids

Walking AidsCanes, Crutches Walker and Walking Sticks
Walking Stick Image Find a broad selection of walking aids and sticks for disabled and elderly people in the UK plus online walking stick, crutches and cane sales at sensible and affordable prices. Also find hand made, adjustable and bespoke sticks, folding sticks, canes and other mobility walking aids. It is important that you get the correct height of walking stick to ensure if offers the correct and best support. To measure yourself for a stick, stand upright in your normal height shoes with your arms to your side, measure the distance from the floor to the crease of your wrist, this would be the best height for your walking stick of cane.

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How to Choose and Use a Walking Aids?
If you have trouble getting around, weak knees, or other walking related problems, investing in a walking aid may be your best solution. Walkers and wheelchairs can be cumbersome and are meant for more immobile people. A walking aids will greatly increase your mobility and provide the necessary support to keep you going. Here are a few tips for choosing and using the best walking aids for you:

Choosing Your Right Walking Aids:-
Walking Sticks: Stick insects, or walking sticks, are a group of highly camouflaged insects. They escape predation by blending into plant material. As their name implies, they look just like sticks with legs, and even sway back and forth to more closely resemble a twig moving in the wind. When camouflage isn’t enough, some species have evolved the ability to release foul-smelling chemicals to deter predators, and others can secrete a liquid that temporarily blinds their foe. Others drop their legs when a predator attacks but can re-grow the appendages. Hiking Sticks some species are winged and flash bright color patches under the wings to confuse predators.

Sticks For handicapped and disability persons product like-
  • Walking Stick
  • Tripod Walking Stick
  • Four Leg Walking Stick
  • Folding Walking Sticks
  • Quadripod Walking Stick
  • Adjustable Walking Sticks
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  • Invalid Tripod Walking Stick U Shape
  • Invalid Quadripod Walking Stick L Shape
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Walking Cane: Every cane is different. There are a wide variety of handles and shafts. The basic “rule of thumb” is to choose a handle that is most comfortable to you and a shaft that will adequately support you. Some people feel unstable with the rigidness of a straight cane. There are bent shaft canes that position the weight directly on the shaft instead of off to the side. Walking Canes For Men having the weight over the shaft allows for better support and prolonged comfort.
Walking Cane For handicapped and disability persons product like-
  • Walking Canes
  • Quad Walking Cane
  • Tripod Walking Cane
  • Colored Walking Canes
  • Four Legged Walking Canes
Crutches: A crutch is a mobility aid that transfers weight from the legs to the upper body. It is often used for people who cannot use their legs to support their weight, for reasons ranging from short-term injuries to lifelong disabilities.

Hand Crutches For handicapped and disability persons product like-
  • Arm Crutches
  • Elbow Crutches
  • Forearm Crutch
  • Aluminum Crutches
  • Underarm Crutches
  • Adjustable Crutches Aluminium
  • Elbow Crutch With Double Folding Handle
  • Invalid Elbow Crutches With Double Folding Handle
Walker:
A walker or walking frame is a tool for disabled or elderly people who need additional support to maintain balance or stability while walking. 

The person walks with the frame surrounding their front and sides and their hands provide additional support by holding on to the top of the sides of the frame. Traditionally, a walker is picked up and placed a short distance ahead of the user. The user then walks to it and repeats the process. With the use of wheels and glides, the user may push the walker ahead as opposed to picking it up. This makes for easier use of the walker, as it does not require the user to use their arms to lift the walker. This is beneficial for those with little arm strength.

Walker For handicapped and disability persons product like-
  • CP Walker
  • Folding Walker
  • Rollator Walker
  • Elderly Walkers
  • Handicap Walkers
  • Pediatric Walkers
  • Front Wheel Walker
  • Medipedic Walker Plain
  • Medipedic Walker Castor
  • Handicap Walker With Seat
  • Invalid Folding Walker Plain
  • Invalid Folding Walker Castors
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