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Walking Canes for Sale

At AvaCare Medical, we offer a full line of canes, so whether you need a quad cane, a folding cane, or a seat cane, you’re at the right place. You’ll find a large selection of walking canes for sale, including aluminum and wooden canes, as well as heavy duty canes for those who need more support and stability. Read More...

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If you have minor balance issues, you may benefit from the use of a standard cane with a single tip. Quad canes have a wider base and four feet for those looking to bear weight. Quad-style canes are designed with outer legs that are angled outward to prevent tripping.

We also carry many specialty walking aids such as folding canes and seat canes. A seat cane is similar to a standard cane, but is equipped with a seat that comes in handy when you get tired while walking.


Cane Sizing

In order to achieve perfect balance and stability, it is important to have your cane appropriately sized.

  1. Choose the correct weight capacity. In order to ensure safe use, be sure to get a cane that is designed for your weight. Most walking canes provide a weight capacity between 200 to 500 pounds.
  2. Choose the correct cane height. The ideal cane height is at the height of the crease of the wrist when the arms are at the side with a natural bend at the elbow. Choose a cane with a length that is similar to that measurement, and if your cane is height adjustable, adjust the cane to match the distance between the floor and your wrist.

Note: You may want to get professional assistance if you’re having a difficult time getting the appropriate measurements. Your physician or physical therapist can also recommend the appropriate material for your cane, in addition to the shape of the handle and the type of grip you need.

 

Offset handles center the user’s weight over the strongest part of the cane for partial weight-bearing users. Standard handles let users hook the cane over their arm when they need to free their hand to perform tasks such as opening doors.

Here at AvaCare Medical, we’re dedicated to your satisfaction. If you’re not sure which product is best for you, or if you need help with your order, simply give us a call and we’ll be delighted to help.