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Walking Aids

Save 15% this Black Friday with Beechfield Healthcare

 Save 15% this Black Friday with Beechfield Healthcare

We are celebrating Black Friday with 15% off online purchases sitewide this Friday 24th and Saturday 25th November. 

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Walking Aids To Help Enjoy The Summer

Walking Aids To Help Enjoy The Summer

Many Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists recommend light exercise on a daily basis. A walking aid can help you get out and about.

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Rugby Legend Tommy Bowe gets iWALKing

Rugby Legend Tommy Bowe gets iWALKing

Tommy Bowe is very happy with the iWALK Free.2.0 to help stay mobile whiile recovering from his recent ankle injury.  

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Introducing the iWALK Free 2.0 Hands free alternative to crutches

Introducing the iWALK Free 2.0  Hands free alternative to crutches

If you have an ankle or foot injury you now have the option to leave the crutches behind. The iWALK Free 2.0 gives you full use of your hands unlike using crutches which means being able to walk about and still have the use of your hands.  Walking up or down the stairs is also a whole lot simpler! Overall the iWalk gives you more mobility while recovering from injury.   It’s simple to assemble it at home, easy to get walking and its very affordable.  

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Top Bariatric Products for Safer Home Care

Top Bariatric Products for Safer Home Care

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. 

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Pressure Mapping & Correct Seating

Pressure Mapping & Correct Seating

There is always an ongoing debate about what is the best pressure cushion on the market. Is there really one cushion that offers the optimum solution for pressure relief for all?

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Choosing The Right Walking Aid

Choosing The Right Walking Aid

Although for some people a Walking Aid may initially represent dependence and disability, ironically, we find that once people begin to use one and experience an improved sense stability it actually offers even more independence and they have more freedom than before.   If you feel you need an extra support, don’t restrict yourself, get a Walking Aid and stay active.  Don’t miss out on catching-up with friends and family.  

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Top 8 things to know when buying a Rollator

Top 8 things to know when buying a Rollator

Rollators are an ideal solution for people who suffer from a long term disability, loss of confidence, stamina or strength. Rollators are a great way of increasing your mobility and giving you the support that you need while you are walking and also provide you with the safety of a security of seat for times when you are feeling tired and may need a rest. They are also a great replacement for a walking stick as a Rollator will provide support to both your arms. 

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5 Considerations When Buying A Stairlift

5 Considerations When Buying A Stairlift

For people struggling with mobility issues in a multi-storey home, a stairlift is often the most practical solution to moving between different levels of a house with relative ease and comfort. Before making such a purchase, however, it is important to do your research and consider the following points so that you buy the stairlift that best meets you or a loved one’s individual needs.

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Reclaiming VAT On Disability Products

Reclaiming VAT On Disability Products

In Ireland, a person who buys disability products is eligible for VAT relief. The term, ‘disability’, in this case, refers to people who suffer from both mental and physical disabilities. In this article, we will explain the criteria a person must meet and the processes they must follow in order to obtain VAT relief.

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