A device that assists ambulation. Available in several styles, usually adjustable. Most common type is made of anodized aluminum with a chrome and scratch-resistant finish. Has single tip or four tips, which is known as a quad cane. Maximum weight for majority of canes is 250 lbs. Handle of cane can be offset to accommodate stability with stance. Most tips on canes are non-skid and contain natural rubber. Some styles of canes have wrist handles.
When used as a mobility or stability aide, canes are generally used in the hand opposite the injury or weakness. This may appear counter-intuitive, but this allows the cane to used for stability in a way that lets the user shift much of their weight onto the cane and away from their weaker side as they walk. Personal preference, or a need to hold the cane in their dominant hand means some cane users choose to hold the cane on their injured side.
WE CARRY DIFFERENT TYPES OF CANES THAT MAY BE USED TO STABILIZE YOUR WALKING AND HELP TO PROVIDE YOU MORE INDEPENDENCE AS WELL AS THOSE TYPES OF CANES THAT ARE TYPICALLY USED WITH A MEDICAL CONDITION THAT AFFECTS YOUR STRENGTH, STABILITY AND MOBILITY.