Our post hip replacement recovery kit comprises of items that are recommended during recovery and are designed to aid complete recuperation.
The Hip Replacement Recovery Kit comprises of a toilet seat raiser, folding reacher. long handle bath sponge, a dressing stick shoe horn combo and a sock/stocking aid.
Novelle clip on raised toilet seat
This raised toilet seat is designed to fit on top of your existing toilet seat to increase the overall height. Which makes it easier to sit down onto, and stand up from the toilet. This can help someone who has problems bending, restricted mobility, aches and pains, and hip replacements.
This seat provides a 4″ raise.
This functional folding reacher picks up objects without the need for bending or rising from a chair or bed.
Using the easy two finger trigger action, the serrated jaws provide a firm grip for lifting, while the magnet allows for easy retrieval of metal objects such as keys.
This is a very useful dressing stick and long handled shoehorn all in one! The shoehorn offers you an easy long reach making it easier to dress, and the specially shaped hook can be used for many different tasks, not only dressing but also with retrieving articles from the floor or wardrobe.
Long Handled Sponge
These long handled bath sponges are ideal for those with limited reach or mobility. They are designed to eliminate bending whilst in the bath or shower. The long handles can be contoured by applying a little heat.
This Gutter Style Sock and Stocking Aid can help you to get ready for your day quickly and without bending to your back. The sock aid is ideal for those with poor grip, restricted mobility or when recouperating from an operation. Helping you put on your stockings or socks these lightweight independent dressing aids prevent your stocking/sock from slipping whilst you slip your foot in, then simply pull the tape.
Visit our Daily Living Section for other useful products.
Call Carol or Gary on 01377 258217 or email on email@example.com for more information on any of our other products.
There is a lot of useful information on the NHS Website.