Looking into Different Types of Mobility Aid?
Are you looking for a mobility aid but are unsure which one is the best solution for you? Are you looking for some advice about the different types of mobility aid that are on the market and how they can be harnessed to help you? Then you’ve come to the right place, welcome to Straus Healthcare.
We sell almost every type of mobility aid, but we also offer free, impartial advice on which aid would be best suited for you. There are a number of different types of mobility aid, each which have their own pros and cons. We want all of our customers to be comfortable and safe with their own type of mobility aid.
Anyone with any sort of mobility issue can benefit from the either temporary or long-term support of a mobility aid. Which type of mobility aid to use will depend on the needs of each individual, it is important to choose something that is comfortable and convenient for your use. Whether you have arthritis, gout, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, a walking impairment or any other impairment as a result of illness or injury, finding the right type of mobility aid for you can give you back your independence and your freedom.
What Types of Mobility Aid do we Stock?
Here at Stratus Healthcare, we stock a variety of different types of mobility aid for the benefit of all of our customers.
A walker also known as a zimmer frame is one of the most popular types of mobility aid. Its popularity perhaps stems from the fact that they have four legs to provide support and stability to the user. This is a real benefit, particularly to older users, who find it difficult to maintain stability whilst walking. Some walkers also have wheels on the front of them but not on the back so that users can slide them rather than needing to lift it, which can be difficult for those who lack the upper body strength to do so. Some walkers also come with a seat attached, which is ideal for any users that might tire quickly and need a place to rest as needed.
This particular type of mobility aid is excellent for those without the flexibility or upper body strength to use a manual wheelchair. The mobility scooter works in a similar way to a wheelchair, with a seat set attop either three, four or five wheels. Typically this type of mobility scooter is battery powered, which makes travel medium distances easy for its users. They can have a really positive impact on their users’ standard of living and are particularly ideal for trips to the shop or to meet friends and family.
Interested in Learning More about a Mobility Aid?
No matter what type of mobility aid you’re looking for, you can find it on our website. Our website is easy to use and comprehensively lists our stock for everyone, regardless of what you’re looking for. If you have any particular questions or would like some advice on your health and wellbeing, then feel free to communicate with us directly. You can give us a call on 051 337054 or you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, we’d be more than happy to help however we can.