ABOUT AEROFLOW CANES
If you have limited mobility, are recovering from an injury or need a stability aid, a cane may be what you’re looking for. They are the lightest walking aid and they help in re-distributing weight. Canes transfer the load from your wrist through your forearm. Canes come in a variety of forms in order to meet the needs of different users. A perfectly fitted cane will keep you upright while providing support. We are able to bill Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurances.
ABOUT AEROFLOW WALKERS AND ROLLATORS
If you have had total knee or hip joint replacement surgery, or you have another significant problem, you may need more help with balance and walking than you can get with crutches or a cane. A pick up walker with four solid prongs on the bottom or a rolling walker, also known as a rollator, may give you the most stability. The walker lets you keep all or some of your weight off of your lower body as you take your steps. You use your arms to support some of the weight. The top of your walker should match the crease in your wrist when you stand up straight. Do not hurry when you use a walker. As your strength and endurance get better, you may gradually be able to carry more weight in your legs.