2018 October

Month: October 2018

Which Bathroom Accessibility Aids Best Meet Your Unique Needs?

PMC  October 30, 2018    pmc  Jeff Conner

Only you know what your needs are when it comes to mobility and access around the home. Which bathroom accessibility aids best meet your unique needs? Visit a reputable and qualified mobility dealer for a thorough needs assessment to find the most practical aids and equipment for your home.

Benefits of Chiropractic Care on Mobility 

PMC  October 23, 2018    pmc  Jeff Conner

The time to learn more about the benefits of chiropractic care on mobility and other physical disabilities is now; National Chiropractic Health Month in October promotes moving more and learning about the ways chiropractic treatment works. Talk to your providers about how to introduce and implement chiropractic care into your lifestyle to improve mobility and preserve autonomy.

Consider your lifestyle before purchasing a wheelchair or mobility scooter

PMC  October 16, 2018    pmc  Jeff Conner

Take an honest look and consider your lifestyle before purchasing a wheelchair or mobility scooter. Being practical and assessing how you live each day will pinpoint the best aid for you – which makes the most cost-sense, too. Whether you are an athlete recovering from an injury or a senior with mobility issues, choose your wheelchair or mobility scooter with the service and assistance of a mobility professional.

Massage Offers Many Benefits for Improved Mobility

PMC  October 9, 2018    pmc  Jeff Conner

Did you know that massage offers many benefits for improved mobility? Massage is a holistic health approach with many documented advantages; talk to your provider about incorporating this therapeutic practice into your healthcare regimen.

Massage involves applying various techniques and touch to both the soft tissue and muscle-system of your body.…

How a stairlift may actually save you money 

PMC  October 2, 2018    pmc  Jeff Conner

Talk to a mobility professional today to learn how a stairlift may actually save you money over the short and long-term. Some ways that stairlifts can put money in your pocket is by creating an adaptive home that facilitates autonomy for those with physical limitations or mobility issues.