Mobility and Disability Aids
Disability aids can make a big difference to your everyday life and everyday mobility. Our extensive range of items can help with all those everyday essentials, such as: having a bath, getting in and out of the car, getting up from your chair or getting around in general. Check out our discounts for wheelchairs and scooters, commodes, cushions and mobility aids and make your life a little easier for less. With eBay's wide selection of cutting-edge equipment, you are well on your way to independent living.
Most often, mobility aids provide benefits in one of two distinct cases. Medical doctors prescribe accessories such as crutches and walkers to patients as part of their road back to health from an injury or operation. In this case, the aids have an assistive role by providing the individual with the opportunity to return gradually to their usual state of health and stable movement. The other case is the long-term use of mobility aids when an individual is permanently physically challenged. A disability transport, such as a wheelchair or an electric scooter would be very useful for seniors who have illnesses such as Parkinson's disease, as well as young people who have difficulty walking.
Various medical articles emphasise the importance of picking the right walking aid for your body height and disability type. Crutches that are too high can impede the body's natural ability to heal itself. Even something as simple as a walker should not be a lightweight choice. Attention must be paid to the specifications of the walker and whether it suits the body type of the user. It's important to pick out the type of wheelchair that's a good fit for you. The good news is that modern wheelchairs nowadays are very flexible when it comes to adjustments for comfort and security. Some recommended brands are Invacare, Eric, RGK.
Other Aids and Equipment
Make sure you also check out our selection of accessories such as hearing aids, respiratory aids (inhalers, nebulisers), braces and supports (to help with your rehabilitation process). There is a lot to recommend.