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Mobility aids like Canes, Crutches, Walkers and Supports are not only essential for individuals with physical disabilities but also to those recovering from surgeries, accidents or dealing with age-related mobility issues Read More

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Canes Crutches Walkers Supports

Canes, crutches, walkers, and other support medical equipment are essential tools that aid individuals with mobility issues in maintaining their independence and improving their quality of life. Canes, typically made of lightweight materials such as aluminum or carbon fiber, provide stability and balance assistance for those with mild mobility impairments. Crutches, available in various styles like underarm or forearm, are used to support weight and provide stability for individuals with more severe injuries or disabilities. Walkers, which come in different designs including standard, wheeled, or rollators, offer stability and support for individuals who require more assistance with walking.

The prices for these support medical equipment can vary depending on the type, features, and materials used. Canes are generally the most affordable option, with prices ranging from $15 to $50. Crutches can cost between $30 and $200, depending on the style and materials. Walkers have a wider price range, starting at around $50 for basic models and going up to $500 or more for advanced rollators with additional features such as seats and baskets.

There are several manufacturers in the space that produce high-quality support medical equipment. Some well-known manufacturers include Drive Medical, Medline Industries, Invacare, Nova Medical Products, and Carex. These companies offer a wide range of products to cater to different needs and preferences, ensuring that individuals can find the appropriate support medical equipment to suit their specific requirements.