If you would like to learn more about NDIS Assistive Technology or how you can use your NDIS funding to purchase braces and supports, read this article. We will explain how the NDIS plan may include braces to meet your mobility needs.
With falls ranking as the #1 cause of injury in people over 65, fall prevention should be a priority for everyone. With the Multifunctional Chair you can prevent falls at home and keep your independence! Discover this 6-in-1 device to stay safe and on your feet!
As cases in the UK and South Africa of the new coronavirus strain continue to surge, a few cases have emerged in Australia bringing Brisbane to a 3-day strict lockdown. This fast-spreading variant is spreading rapidly over the world. What is this new Covid-19 strain and is it dangerous? Read this article about the information we know so far.
Back pain is one of the most common reasons why people miss work or seek medical treatment. It causes major discomfort and disrupts normal life. Find out which devices can be effective to treat the pain.
Heart conditions are a range of diseases that affect the normal working of the heart. Preventing a heart disease depends largely on our lifestyle. Making some of these lifestyle changes can make a real difference in your quality of life as it is the best defence against a heart disease or stroke.
Independent daily living aids are designed to help elderly and those with a medical chronic condition perform everyday tasks efficiently without help. Those who may have arthritis, limited mobility, heart conditions, and other ailments can now perform daily tasks through the right daily living aids equipment.
The daily activity of toileting is a personal task carried out by every human being. Toileting daily living aids can help you maintain your hygiene and independence. Read more about our toileting solutions to find out which assistive devices can help you make your life easier.
Diseases halt our daily activities and make our life inactive. Lung diseases such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (or COPD), Asthma, Bronchitis or Pneumonia are even more debilitating as they prevent your lungs from working properly, which as an effect on your breathing process.
The senior generation is most affected by Type II diabetes that may cause hospitalisation when it is not managed with care. This article will give you advice and tips on how to manage your diabetes.
Asthma is an inflammatory disease of the airways. Due to swelling, the muscle in the airway tightens and the airway lining becomes swollen and inflamed, producing sticky mucus. The airways lining of the lungs further become narrow. This article will give you some good insights around asthma medication.
COPD is a treatable disease characterised by an airflow limitation. An inspiratory exerciser - or spirometer - is a resistant training device that has a dual function: it will monitor the lung function and ensure the respiratory system is working properly, while at the same time build the muscles in the lungs. This respiratory diagnostic tool has been proven to have significant benefits for the COPD patient.