Walking Canes

The Best Walking Canes for Men: Taller, Stronger, Sturdier, and Stylish

Buying a new walking cane can seem like a fairly simple proposition. After all, it is a pretty basic walking aid. Then, you look online and find that there are many options out there. And, they’re all designed for different needs and preferences. ...

4 Prong Quad Canes: The Best Walking Cane for Stability and Balance

The first sign of mobility problems for seniors is usually a loss of balance or stability while walking. This often shows up as seniors holding onto furniture or walls while walking through the house. Walking aids like canes are really helpful for ...

The Best Walking Canes for Seniors and Elderly

A cane is usually the most basic walking aid for most seniors and elderly. When most people think of a cane, they tend to think of a wooden hook shaped cane like their grandfather had. But there are many more options to consider when searching for ...

Does Medicare Pay for Walking Canes?

Since I work at a durable medical equipment supply company, I get questions like this all the time. Especially on entry level mobility aids like canes and walkers. Many seniors and their families are not aware of Medicare coverage criteria. And… ...

Walking Canes with Lights – A Safer Option?

Walking canes are easily the most common mobility aid that you will see. I know that I hear people daily looking for canes at the medical equipment store where I work. But, did you know that there are a lot more options to consider besides a plain ...

Best Walking Canes for Women: Combining Style with Function!

As you get older, changes in your body and joints make walking difficult. Injuries and illness can cause weakness in one side of your body. Canes are a useful tool if you suffer from these types of difficulties. They take the pressure off the ...

Walking Canes vs Walking Sticks: Is There Really a Difference

After a certain age, or perhaps after a fall or an injury, walking without assistance becomes difficult. Often, elderly people notice that, after walking for a while, they feel a bit weak or insecure. They find themselves needing something to rest ...

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