27 Inch Long Dressing Stick

September 13, 2019 - Comment

Rehabilitation Advantage 27” Dressing Stick is designed to help individuals with limited mobility. Dressing sticks are often recommended by therapists and other healthcare professionals. This simple tool can be a life changer when it comes to dressing. The “c” hook is perfect for zippers and untying shoelaces. The push/pull end helps grab shirts, jackets, pants

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Rehabilitation Advantage 27” Dressing Stick is designed to help individuals with limited mobility. Dressing sticks are often recommended by therapists and other healthcare professionals. This simple tool can be a life changer when it comes to dressing. The “c” hook is perfect for zippers and untying shoelaces. The push/pull end helps grab shirts, jackets, pants and other clothing. This Dressing Stick allows you dress independently. This stick can also be used to pull objects closer to you. There are variety of ways this Dressing Stick can be used. Purchase yours today!

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Product Features

  • Perfect for individuals with limited mobility; makes putting on or taking off clothes easy
  • Made from a lightweight wooden dowel; the “c” hook is ideal for pulling zippers or shoelace loops
  • The vinyl coating on the push/pull hook protects both your skin and any delicate fabrics
  • Can be used for putting on shirts, jackets, pants, shoes, or taking off socks
  • Often recommended by occupational therapists; can be used for a variety of tasks

Comments

Anonymous says:

Very helpful I have just had rotator cuff repair surgery, and am having to wear an immobilizing sling for 6 weeks. I am not allowed to take it off for any reason. it takes a little coordination to get the hang of it, but it is a valuable item for getting dressed. One end helps you get your shirt or dress pulled down, and the hook end allows you to pull up your pants as well as your underwear, when no one else is around to help. I hate that I’m having to use it, but grateful that this item is around to…

Anonymous says:

Well made, does the job. Not much to review here. I am having shoulder surgery in a few weeks and purchased this to help me with dressing. I am an occupational therapist so I know how to use it. If you’re disabled and need one of these, this one is well made and will do the job for not a lot of money. I’m sure that they’ll cost much more through a hospital or rehab facility so if your therapist is recommending one of these, get it here.

Anonymous says:

Sturdy, works great for someone who has limited use of hands. This is very helpful for my husband as he has limited use of his hands. He suffers from Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease. This is a form of MD. He also uses this to help him flush the toilet and pick up items that has dropped on the floor. This is very sturdy as well, I like the chrome finish that holds the hooks. Highly recommend this stick and the price is right!

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