Drive Medical Lifestyle Dressing Stick, 24″

December 9, 2018 - Comment

Drive Medical’s unique dressing sticks make pulling and pushing clothing items onto or off of your body easier, enhancing your independence by reducing the need to stretch, bend, and reach. Product Features 24 inches shaft has a plastic coated S hook at one end Shoe horn on opposite side Can be used for both pulling

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Drive Medical’s unique dressing sticks make pulling and pushing clothing items onto or off of your body easier, enhancing your independence by reducing the need to stretch, bend, and reach.

Product Features

  • 24 inches shaft has a plastic coated S hook at one end
  • Shoe horn on opposite side
  • Can be used for both pulling on and pushing off clothes

Comments

Anonymous says:

A helpful multipurpose tool for more independence I wear a lymphedema sleeve which is very difficult to remove because it is so tight. In fact, I’ve injured the opposite arm after years of removing the tight elastic sleeve, which goes from wrist to armpit. My occupational therapist suggested using this dressing stick to help get the sleeve off. I insert the rubber-tipped end of the S-shaped end into the top of the sleeve, and gently pull it down to the elbow, keeping my other arm in the position she taught me. By that point, I can put the stick down and carefully pull the sleeve the rest of the way off by pulling the arm out of the sleeve. That way I’m using first the stick, and then the uninjured arm, to do the job. I would highly recommend this stick. I took one star off because my arms are short and I think it would have worked better, for me, for this purpose to have the 18″ stick. I don’t have trouble putting on jackets, the use shown in the illustration, or reaching my shoes, but many people might find it helpful to…

Anonymous says:

Drive Medical Lifestyle Dressing Stick This really helps to dress and undress. I purchased 3 of them. It would be nice to have a slightly longer dressing stick as I am tall and cannot bend very far. The plastic ends seem to be fairly good quality. But PVC might be better. As I was pushing the leg of my pants off over my swollen foot with the shoehorn end, the plastic snapped.

Anonymous says:

I have purchased many over the last few years for my boys and I am starting to think I should buy them by the case because they are the only ones that they can grip nicely, doesn’t damage their clothes and is light I have not had one of these last longer than 2 months. I have purchased many over the last few years for my boys and I am starting to think I should buy them by the case because they are the only ones that they can grip nicely, doesn’t damage their clothes and is light. I will buy more, but completely disappointed about them not lasting very long when used alot.

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