Standard Joint Kit
After surgery, you will need the following 8 aids to help maintain your independence when bathing, dressing, and during other daily tasks.
The kit includes:
Toilet Seat Riser
This 5" raised toilet seat comes with conveniently raised arms for easy use and a front locking clamping making transfers worry-free.
Bath Safety Shower Chair with Back
Although regular showering or bathing is essential to maintaining personal hygiene, some post total joint patients have trouble standing up for the length of a shower. Shower chairs can help you get yourself clean independently while reducing the risk of injury.
- Increased comfort comes from the generous, high-density polyethylene seat and back (20"W x 12"D) and angled legs that distribute weight over a larger area.
- Suction-cup tips on all four legs provide even more stability and safety.
- Built-in hand grips.
- The durable anodized aluminum frame is rust-resistant.
- Seat height adjusts from 14.5 - 19.5" (37 - 49.5 cm).
This extra-long 26" reacher is essential for or grabbing items far away or off the floor
Putting on shoes can be especially difficult after surgery. This extra-long, 16-1/2" shoehorn makes this daily activity easy.
Similar to shoes, reaching your feet to put on sock every day can be challenging with decreased flexibility after surgery. This Sock Aid allows you to easily put on your socks without
Contoured bath sponge
Whether in your shower or bath, the extra length sponge will help you wash while recovering
This dressing stick was specifically designed to help you regain your independence after surgery by making it easier to put on and take off clothing.
These elastic shoelaces allow you to continue using your current laced shoes but without the challenge of tying them. Simply replace your current laces with these new elastic laces and pull them tight. (1x white laces & 1x black laces)