Mobility Equipment Provision

At Medella Home Therapy, we understand the difficulties that come with age-related conditions such as strokes, falls, neurological conditions, Parkinson’s and more. Our team of expert physiotherapists are dedicated to providing exceptional care and support to elderly patients in the comfort of their own homes or care homes. This includes providing mobility aids to help them with their daily activities and improve their quality of life.

The use of mobility equipment can have a significant impact on an elderly person’s life. These aids can help them with day-to-day tasks such as getting out of bed, walking, and even bathing. They can also help prevent falls, which can be especially dangerous for older people. With our knowledge of a wide range of mobility equipment, we can assess for the aid that would help you best.

Some of the most common mobility aids we assess for and recommend include:

  1. Walking aids such as walking sticks and walkers
  2. Bed aids such as bed rails and bed handles
  3. Bathroom aids such as shower chairs and grab rails
  4. Mobility scooters for outdoor use
  5. Rise and recline chairs for those who struggle with sitting or standing

Our team of physiotherapists will assess each patient’s individual needs and recommend the best mobility aids to suit their requirements. They will also demonstrate how to use the equipment correctly to ensure maximum safety and comfort.

In addition to providing mobility aids, our physiotherapists will also offer expert advice and support to carers and family members. They will provide information on how to use the equipment correctly, as well as offer tips on how to improve the patient’s overall mobility.

At Medella Home Therapy, we are committed to improving the lives of our patients and helping them maintain their independence for as long as possible. Our mobility equipment provision service is available to patients in Ringwood, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Ferndown, Fordingbridge, Verwood, Highcliffe and surrounding areas in Hampshire and Dorset.

If you or a loved one is struggling with mobility issues, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our friendly and knowledgeable team will be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.