Monthly Archives: February 2017

  1. Introducing the iWALK Free 2.0 Hands free alternative to crutches

    Introducing the iWALK Free 2.0  Hands free alternative to crutches

    Hands free mobility for lower leg injuries has arrived!

    Here at Beechfield Healthcare we take advancements in quality healthcare equipment very seriously. We are always on the lookout for the latest developments in mobility aids because we believe that everybody should have access to affordable products that help improve quality of life. That is why we are so excited about our new arrival – the I WALK 2.0.

    Ideal for lower leg injuries

    If you have an ankle or foot injury you now have the option to leave the crutches behind. The iWalk 2.0 was initially designed for sports people who had injured themselves but did not want to lose out on training and team events.

    Since then the iWalk 2.0 has piqued the interest of people from all walks of life. Whether you spend your day coaching on a football field or working in an office the iWalk 2.0 could be suitable for you.

    Can I use the iWALK?

    The iWALK2.0 works for

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  2. Top Bariatric Products for Safer Home Care

    Top Bariatric Products for Safer Home Care

    Here at Beechfield Healthcare we believe that there are high quality products available to everyone that will make everyday life that bit easier. Likewise, we know that there are many products available to healthcare practitioners that can make their job much safer and minimise risk.

    This is especially true for caregivers to bariatric patients. A huge part of bariatric healthcare focuses on reducing the risk of falling, reducing skin maceration and improving limited mobility.

    We are delighted to announce that we now stock a large range of bariatric healthcare equipment which have been engineered specifically for patients with a weight capacity of  up to 325kg. These products provide comfort and safety to the patient while also maintaining the safety of the caregiver.

     

    Bariatric Walking Aids

    A common issue that bariatric patients face when it comes to walking aids is that they do not trust these products to withstand their weight.

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