Assistive Devices

What it is

If you have a disability or injury, you may require a number of assistive devices to help you with your ADLs (Activities of Daily Living). Assistive devices are tools, products or types of equipment that may help you move around, see, communicate, eat, do your housekeeping duties or get dressed. Some are high-tech tools, such as computers. Others are much simpler, like a "reacher" - a tool that helps you grab an object you can't reach.

Here's a list of just some of the assistive devices being offered at our clinic:

check Lumbar Back Support
check Back seat massage cushion
check Back belt
check Hand and wrist splint
check Cervical Pillow
check Knee brace
check Shoulder Pulley
check Orthopaedic Foam Mattress
check Long-handled toe nail clipper
check Non-slip bath mat
check Adjustable bath seat
check Long-handled sponge
check Long-handled reacher
check Long-handled bathroom cleaner
check TENS machine
check Light-weight back massager
check Thera-bands
check Exercise balls
check Exercise mat
check Balance disc
check Hand-exercise balls
check Dumbbells
check Electric heating pad
check Neck and shoulder massage wrap
check Hot/Cold gel pack
check Pain relief gel
check Light-weight vacuum
check Long-handled dusting devices
check Ergonomic laundry basket
and much more!

A health care practitioner may recommend you several different assistive devices in order to reduce risk of injury re-occurence and to assist you with your recovery process.