Life Aids

/Life Aids

Life’s journey is amazing and our bodies endure a lot of wear, tear and transition along the way. We all need a little aid to keep us going — so we can get back to life.
 

  • Reusable long plastic cast and bandage protector with a 6” diameter. Plastic ring and diaphragm create a tight seal that prevents water from entering inside. Keeps water from casts or bandages when showering or bathing. Latex free. Available in 3 Sizes.
  • The Bath Sponge with Deluxe Long Handle assists with washing hard-to-reach areas and flexes to the contours of the body. The bath sponge is 24 inches long.
  • The Deluxe Hip Kit aids in recovering from hip, back, or knee surgery. The Hip Kit includes seven items: a dressing stick, shoe horn, sock aid, bath sponge with deluxe long handle, a 32″ dragon reacher, and two pairs of 32″ elastic shoelaces.
  • The Digital Exercise Peddler helps to increase strength, improve coordination and circulation in the user’s arms and legs. The foldable design is great for travel and compact storage. The large digital display records exercise time, revolution count, revolutions per minute (RPM) and calories burned. The scan feature alternates measurement displays automatically. The anti-slip rubber pads prevent sliding and help to protect surfaces.
  • The Nova 24 in. Dragon Reacher can retrieve dropped or hard to reach items that weigh as much as 2.5 pounds. It has an ergonomic design and is strong, lightweight and safe with no sharp edges. It can grab objects at any height and angle due to its jaw that rotates 360 degrees and patented trigger that multiplies gripping strength. The magnetic tip on the jaws of the reacher is perfect for picking up small metal objects, and a hook aids in activities such as picking up keys, shutting doors, or pulling items closer.
  • The Nova 32 in. Dragon Reacher can retrieve dropped or hard to reach items that weigh as much as 2.5 pounds. It has an ergonomic design and is strong, lightweight and safe with no sharp edges. It can grab objects at any height and angle due to its jaw that rotates 360 degrees and patented trigger that multiplies gripping strength. The magnetic tip on the jaws of the reacher is perfect for picking up small metal objects, and a hook aids in activities such as picking up keys, shutting doors, or pulling items closer.
  • The Dressing Stick assists with dressing and undressing and is 27 inches long.
  • Squeeze exercisers are used in hand and arm rehab and in grip improvement workout programs. Wrist, finger and thumb flexors are the common muscles targeted. These muscles are located between the wrist and elbow on the palm side of your forearm. The type of training is important for overall wrist strength and health but can also be beneficial for athletes. Squeeze exercisers are also a great way to help relieve stress while watching television, riding in a car, or at work while on the computer. Squeezing the ball causes muscle tension followed by muscle relaxation after release. This exercise performed repeatedly releases considerable muscle tension and helps to relieve stress. A common stress relief exercise is to squeeze the exerciser at about 30 percent of maximum pressure about 10 to 20 times in a row, and then rest for a few minutes before repeating each set.
  • Squeeze exercisers are used in hand and arm rehab and in grip improvement workout programs. Wrist, finger and thumb flexors are the common muscles targeted. These muscles are located between the wrist and elbow on the palm side of your forearm. The type of training is important for overall wrist strength and health but can also be beneficial for athletes. Squeeze exercisers are also a great way to help relieve stress while watching television, riding in a car, or at work while on the computer. Squeezing the ball causes muscle tension followed by muscle relaxation after release. This exercise performed repeatedly releases considerable muscle tension and helps to relieve stress. A common stress relief exercise is to squeeze the exerciser at about 30 percent of maximum pressure about 10 to 20 times in a row, and then rest for a few minutes before repeating each set.
  • Squeeze exercisers are used in hand and arm rehab and in grip improvement workout programs. Wrist, finger and thumb flexors are the common muscles targeted. These muscles are located between the wrist and elbow on the palm side of your forearm. The type of training is important for overall wrist strength and health but can also be beneficial for athletes. Squeeze exercisers are also a great way to help relieve stress while watching television, riding in a car, or at work while on the computer. Squeezing the ball causes muscle tension followed by muscle relaxation after release. This exercise performed repeatedly releases considerable muscle tension and helps to relieve stress. A common stress relief exercise is to squeeze the exerciser at about 30 percent of maximum pressure about 10 to 20 times in a row, and then rest for a few minutes before repeating each set.
  • Squeeze exercisers are used in hand and arm rehab and in grip improvement workout programs. Wrist, finger and thumb flexors are the common muscles targeted. These muscles are located between the wrist and elbow on the palm side of your forearm. The type of training is important for overall wrist strength and health but can also be beneficial for athletes. Squeeze exercisers are also a great way to help relieve stress while watching television, riding in a car, or at work while on the computer. Squeezing the ball causes muscle tension followed by muscle relaxation after release. This exercise performed repeatedly releases considerable muscle tension and helps to relieve stress. A common stress relief exercise is to squeeze the exerciser at about 30 percent of maximum pressure about 10 to 20 times in a row, and then rest for a few minutes before repeating each set.
  • Squeeze exercisers are used in hand and arm rehab and in grip improvement workout programs. Wrist, finger and thumb flexors are the common muscles targeted. These muscles are located between the wrist and elbow on the palm side of your forearm. The type of training is important for overall wrist strength and health but can also be beneficial for athletes. Squeeze exercisers are also a great way to help relieve stress while watching television, riding in a car, or at work while on the computer. Squeezing the ball causes muscle tension followed by muscle relaxation after release. This exercise performed repeatedly releases considerable muscle tension and helps to relieve stress. A common stress relief exercise is to squeeze the exerciser at about 30 percent of maximum pressure about 10 to 20 times in a row, and then rest for a few minutes before repeating each set.