Walking around with Planter fasciitis can be extremely painful and troublesome. It’s something you want to avoid at all costs, however, these things can’t be predicted.
Adapting to life as amputee is a challenging process, even with artificial limbs. Doing your groceries shopping, especially if you go alone, is one of the biggest challenges, and you may find that the task doesn’t work out so well with your artificial arm or leg. So you’ll need to use a wheelchair. And the following five tips will help you make the best of your wheelchair-driven shopping trips.
Travelling is an exciting experience, and it requires substantial planning and preparation. You need to plan travel routes, destinations and what luggage needs to go with you. As challenging as this process can be for able bodied people it becomes even more daunting when travelling with people with cerebral palsy.
Wheelchairs and scooters have come a long way since their inception and orthopaedic suppliers can give professional advice for the best solution, especially for cerebral palsy (CP) patients.