When you think of medical equipment, lift chairs and crutches may not be the first things that come to mind. But aids to everyday living, which allow for greater ease of motion and a more functional living environment, can be equally important as other, more technical, equipment. At Symbius Medical, we provide a comprehensive list of products to make everyday living easier.
Bath Safety Items & Accessories
Of the falls that occur within the home, approximately one-half of these occur in the bathroom. To ensure our customers’ safety, we provide a host of products available to increase safety in this room. In addition to commodes, we offer a variety of bathroom safety products designed for ease of transfer in and out your shower or tub. Raised toilet seats and toilet safety frames, and special bath safety items for bariatric home care round out our comprehensive selection of bathroom aids and accessories.
When you depend on a walking aid to get you where you want to go, it’s imperative to be fitted correctly to the product that best suits your needs. Whether you’re using crutches, or a rollator, a walker or a cane, Symbius Medical offers a variety of products to fit your needs, from youth to adult and bariatric. We specialize in quad canes, “T” Handle design, cane seats, and forearm crutches and carry a variety of walkers and rollators from leading manufacturers. For even greater functionality, we can provide accessories and replacement parts for your walker or rollator including baskets, bags, wheels, and trays.
At Symbius Medical we carry several lift chairs in a variety of colors and styles to make it easier for you to stand up from a seated position. But before choosing a lift chair, consider how it will be used. Will you sleep in the chair? Eat in the chair? Understanding how you intend to use the chair will help you make an informed decision.
Home Care Products
Through our on-line product catalog, we offer a variety of personal care and home accessories. Our products include non-latex gloves and skin care products, medication dispensers and reachers.
When considering aids for yourself or a loved one, be sure you’re evaluating not only the specific piece of equipment, but need-related equipment, as well. For example, for someone using a walker or rollator, after assessing accessibility in the home, you many consider installing railings near the toilet or in the shower for stability.
We’re here to help you every step of the way. Our customer service representatives are available to answer your questions about aids to everyday living, and to help you decide what medical equipment is best for you or your loved one.