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Step out with confidence

Step Out With Confidence

Although for some people a Walking Aid may initially represent dependence and disability, ironically, we find that once people have 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.

Which Walking Aid is right for me?

As with all Walking Aids your Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist will recommend the right product based on your needs. As always please contact us for advice 1890 989353. We’re here to help!

Types of Walking Aids

In general, Rollators are best if you are able to walk, but need help with balance and stability, or fatigue easily. If you cannot bear weight on one or both legs (for example, after surgery) but are otherwise mobile enough, a walker is generally the right choice. Our Walking Sticks range is functional, sturdy and stylish.

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