A safety rail used for getting in and out of the bath/shower
A rubber mat used for the bath or shower to help prevents slips and falls
fold up or wall mounted seat used when you have difficulty standing in the shower or if you have trouble getting out of the bath.
Toilet seat raise
Placed on top of a standard toilet bowl if you have difficulty with the low the height of your toilet, may be for post-operative or other conditions. There are two different types available:
- Toilet seat raise with handles
- Mounted to floor toilet seat raise
A commode can be placed beside your bed if you cannot get to the bathroom unassisted. They do not require water and cannot be flushed; they have a removeable bucket or container underneath that can be taken away to be cleaned.
This slim pan is designed to slip underneath the user for allow for defecating in a lying down posture
This specially designed bottle allows men to urinate into the bottle while in a lying position and can then be placed on a table next to the bed.
Aluminium elbow crutch: – open and closed cuff
- Ergonomic moulded handles- side specific
- Smart Crutches – these specially designed crutches spread the load over a larger surface area resulting in less pain, discomfort, and reduction of potential injuries.
They have four points of contact with the floor offering increased stability. They are height adjustable, are either fixed or more common is a folding frame making storage and travel easier. They can be fitted with wheels or without.. The standard version without wheels must be lifted up and moved forward.
These are lightweight 3- or 4-wheel walking frames that usually have a basket for putting small items in to move from point A to point B. The 4 wheels versions have seats that can be used for sitting when tired. They also have the option of easy to use push down brakes to lock the wheels to stop it from moving when sitting or resting.
If you have anInjury the below knee that requires, non weight bearing.
A Knee scooters is mobility aid with three to five wheels. It allows you to take the weight off your injured leg by resting it on a padded knee support while using your uninjured foot to propel you. The steering handle allows the user to steer the scooter.
This device is a good alternative to traditional crutches and knee scooters for all below-the-knee injuries. The iWalk attaches to your thigh and lower leg, allowing for a hands-free operation.
These mobility aids may be folding, to fit into a small bag, designer rigid versions or simple height adjustable walking sticks. A walking stick is an effective device to improve balance.
They are a great help following surgery that limits your movement or should you just need a little bit of extra help reaching objects around the house or on the go. These tools can reach items that are on the floor or too high for you to comfortably and safely reach without constant bending and stretching.
We have access to wide range of wheelchairs, ranging from basic wheelchairs which are available for rental, allowing mobility for the short term to highly advances wheelchairs for long term users. A wheelchair does not have to be an invasion or limitation to your everyday activities. For everyday or full-time wheelchair users, or users who require a more customized seating system, there are many options, including 3D scanning, carving and computerized simulations. Our priority is to get you as mobile as possible while ticking all the boxes of your physiological requirements.
- Temporary wheelchairs: Rentals
- Every day- part time wheelchairs
- Every day- full time wheelchair users
- Sport/ Active wheelchairs
See a list of frequently prescribed chairs lower down on this page.