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Six Weeks Post-Op: Your Amoena Bra Fitting Guide

Posted by HaloHealthcare.com on 2020 Jan 27th

Six Weeks Post-Op: Your Amoena Bra Fitting Guide
Fitting an Amoena bra is a bit different from the bras you wore before surgery. Read our Amoena bra fitting guide to learn more.Approximately 12% of women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lives. If you're among them and have had a mastectomy, it may be time to start wearing an Amoena bra.But, how do you know how to measure for this new type of bra? While it may seem difficult, the truth is it's easier than you may think.To learn more about how you
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Increasing Mobility and Stability with Rollator Walkers

Posted by HaloHealthcare.com on 2019 Dec 10th

Increasing Mobility and Stability with Rollator Walkers
A four wheel walker with the ability to increase stability, enhance mobility, and includes seating, explore the benefits of a rollator walker. It's a natural, almost unavoidable, reaction to tell a person feeling down that the solution to their issue is to 'get out there'. That's how intrinsic the connection we make between mobility and wellbeing is. For the elderly and those with mobility issues, getting out there is a source of fear and concern. The use of a rollator helps alleviate the
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Everything You Need to Know About Walkers for Seniors

Posted by HaloHealthcare.com on 2019 Nov 6th

Everything You Need to Know About Walkers for Seniors
Maintaining mobility as we age is important to leading independent lives. Here's what you need to know about walkers for seniors. It's estimated that around 4.1% of all Canadians need a device to help them walk. Mobility is an important issue for all older adults. People want to be able to stay as active as possible as they age, and plenty of people use medical devices to help them stay mobile. Walkers for seniors are a popular choice for adults that want to stay active and health
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9 Bathroom Safety Tips That'll Reduce Bathroom Hazards

Posted by HaloHealthcare.com on 2019 Sep 30th

9 Bathroom Safety Tips That'll Reduce Bathroom Hazards
The bathroom can be a slippery, dangerous place. Take a look at these nine bathroom safety tips that'll reduce bathroom hazards.Did you know that the bathroom is one of the most dangerous parts of the home, second only to the stairs and kitchen? It shouldn’t be too surprising when you think about it. The floor can be wet and slippery. Anyone could slip and break their head after hitting tiled floors, a sink, or a toilet bowl. There are so many chances for adults and senior citizens to rec
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How to Use a Walker When Climbing Stairs

Posted by HaloHealthcare.com on 2019 Aug 28th

How to Use a Walker When Climbing Stairs
Walkers do wonders for mobility, but stairs can still present challenges to people using walkers. Here is how to use a walker when you need to take the stairs.By 2030, seniors will make up over 23% of the Canadian population. Many of those seniors will need some type of walking aid, such as a walker. While this helps seniors to stay mobile, it does make going up and down stairs more of a challenge. We've put together this guide to show you how to use a walker when climbing stairs. So let's get s
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