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Month: July 2018

How to Safely Use Mobility Walkers with Seats 

PMC  July 31, 2018    pmc  Jeff Conner

Make sure that you know how to safely use mobility walkers with seats before attempting to navigate outside the home. There are inherent hazards that can be prevented with some insight and information.

You have a lot of choices when it comes to mobility walkers; make sure to have your distinct needs thoroughly assessed by an expert to find the best solution for your limitations, environment, and budget.…

Pros and Cons for Using A Knee Scooter versus Standard Crutches

PMC  July 24, 2018    pmc  Jeff Conner

Think about the pros and cons for using a knee scooter versus standard crutches when recovering from surgery or injury; while crutches may seem like the logical short-term solution, knee scooters and walkers offer benefits that can aid in rehabilitation.

Does an injury or medical condition cause issues with your legs, knees, or feet?…

5 Things to Consider In Choosing The Stair Chair For Your Stair Lift 

PMC  July 19, 2018    pmc  Jeff Conner

When shopping for your mobility aids and equipment, there are some factors to consider that contribute to your overall satisfaction with the device later. For example, there are five things to consider in choosing the stair chair for your stair lift that impact overall customer experience: ease, compatibility, comfort, adjustability, and fit.

How Auto Hand Controls Can Improve Safety and Mobility

PMC  July 10, 2018    pmc  Jeff Conner

When it comes to mobility aids and devices, you have a lot of questions. How can you enhance access and ensure comfort? Take a look at how auto hand controls can improve safety and mobility, and how to integrate these aids into your own lifestyle.

A Look at How the Americans with Disabilities Act has Improved Mobility

PMC  July 3, 2018    pmc  Jeff Conner

If consumers take a look at how the Americans with Disabilities Act has improved mobility, it is hard to ignore the increase in autonomy, freedom, and quality of life impacted. It is also difficult to overlook the modifications merited due to the changing times; evolving interpretations of devices and diagnoses merit reconsideration and reinterpretation to maintain equality and autonomy for every American.