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Product News: SmartCRUTCH Crutches - New Improved Design

By Katherine | 16 Apr 2019 14:00:00 | Full article...

  These incredibly popular forearm gutter, fully adjustable, lightweight crutches have recently been redesigned, taking on board recommendations from orthopaedic surgeons and customer feedback, to create an improved version that is more durable and hardwearing than before. Unlike other elbow crutches, the unique design of SmartCRUTCH spreads the entire load of your forearm and the ergonomic design keeps the hands and wrists in a natural position, which greatly

aid4disabled MS Blog

By John | 19 Mar 2019 15:00:00 | Full article...

  Patrick Burke is medically retired with advanced Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and now runs a website called,  which is about Partick's journey with MS since he was forced into early retirement. Patrick likes to be positive whilst living with MS and he also shares stories of others who have a positive focus whilst living with the condition. This positive attitude has led us to share our personal story of MS on Patrick's

Frida Kahlo Exhibition - Making Her Self Up

By Katherine | 5 Nov 2018 16:00:00 | Full article...

Image: Diego Riviera & Frida Kahlo Museum Trust I recently took a trip to the V & A Museum, London to see the Frida Kahlo exhibition 'Making Her Self Up' with my sister, which was a great mid-week treat for us both. It was so popular that you had to pre-book a time slot, so we arrived early as we had to take a chance on finding a disabled parking bay.  The exhibition was incredibly busy, so as a wheelchair user it was slightly challenging

NHS Crutch Amnesty

By Katherine | 1 Nov 2018 12:00:00 | Full article...

Image credit: Julien Behal/PA It is estimated that the NHS spends around £3 million a year on walking aids, so they are launching an amnesty on medical and mobility aids, such as crutches, walking frames, zimmer frames, wheelchairs, commodes, etc that have been loaned out to patients and are currently sitting in a corner of a room or cupboard, cluttering homes and attracting dust! Patients may be loaned mobility aids by their local NHS trust or Rapid Response support

A Lesson in Stress-Free Travel with a Disability

By Katherine | 26 Oct 2018 12:00:00 | Full article...

We were recently invited to Spain with friends for a long weekend and booked an accessible room in the Barcelo Isla Canela Hotel (above) near their holiday home in Ayamonte on the Spanish / Portuguese border. As a wheelchair user, I need an adapted room and the hotel boasts several rooms adapted to a high standard. We had booked the hotel directly and were guaranteed one of their adapted rooms so all was good… or so we thought! The day before we flew, we sent an email to the

Lidocaine Infusion for Chronic Pain

By Katherine | 16 Oct 2018 10:00:00 | Full article...

  Chronic pain is a hidden health condition which can be debilitating.  I  developed chronic neuropathic pain as a result of a spinal injury and I have tried many treatments over the years in my quest for pain relief, including medication, holistic treatments and meditation. I currently, take opioids and amitriptyline which I have found helps slightly to take the edge off of the pain that I experience.  I recently signed up for

The Health Benefit of Gaming: Guest Post by Computer Planet

By Guest Blog Post | 20 Sep 2018 13:00:00 | Full article...

    New trends emerge in health and fitness every now and again: pilates, yoga, zumba, jazzercise, hot yoga, and P90x have all taken the world by storm. A new trend in health and fitness is the use of gaming to improve health, as much recent research suggests that gaming can be good for your health. Gaming is so good for your health that clinicians have even begun to use video games in their practice. For example, gaming can be used to treat and aid in the recovery from

designed2enable's Top Tips for Choosing a Cane or Walking Stick

By Katherine | 19 Sep 2018 15:00:00 | Full article...

  What to look for when buying a walking stick/cane If you are becoming unsteady on your feet, or are recovering from an illness, operation or injury, you may be thinking about buying a walking stick or cane to provide extra stability and reassurance – particularly for when you are walking on uneven ground, negotiating steps and pavements, or even just moving around your home. In this article, we look at how to choose a walking stick, and which type of cane or stick will

designed2enable's Buying Guide for Choosing a Rollator / Walker

By Katherine | 17 Sep 2018 15:00:00 | Full article...

byAcre Indoor Scandinavian Rollator  A rollator can make a huge difference to the quality of life, allowing people to maintain – or regain – independence. Continuing to walk around the house and garden, to the shops or to see friends and family, without having to ask for help, is of fundamental value. And improved designs mean rollators are safer and smarter than ever before. There are some great options on the market but a few points need to be considered before

Get Fit for Summer with our Seated or Standing Exercise Devices

By Katherine | 26 Jun 2018 15:00:00 | Full article...

Sports Swing Exercise Pole Keeping fit when you have mobility issues is not always easy but gyms and health clubs are now starting to incorporate equipment that is more inclusive. As we age, it is essential to keep active and to maintain fitness levels which is important for both mind and body. We have also been on the lookout for exercise devices that can be used at home and are suitable for wheelchair and both seated and standing users, and we have found a few devices that are

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