Walking aids are usually required for one of two purposes, as a long-term aid for mobility when someone has permanent difficulty with walking or part of a rehabilitation program when recovering from an injury or operation.  

Walking aids are a great way to enjoy life in a way that is independent and secure while providing a source of exercise essential to a healthy lifestyle. People need walking aids for a variety of reasons; shortness of breath, arthritic pain, fear of falling, inability to walk and carry objects at the same time, poor balance, fear of being alone, social isolation, recovery from surgery or injuries, and a host of disabilities.

 

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