A cane is a walking aid for those with foot or leg complications. There is a great selection of canes to choose from to best suit your needs.
A crook cane is the most common and popular style of cane. It is often used for temporary conditions such as fractures or sprains.
Also known as Hook, Tourist, or J-Handle canes.
Center Balance Canes
These canes are ideal for those who need firm support and assistance getting up and down from a chair. They are popular among those with arthritis, hip complications, MS, Parkinson’s, or strokes. Their bigger, flatter handle provide a comfortable and secure grip.
Also known as Offset Handle canes.
T Handle Canes
This cane’s handle centers the user’s weight over the cane tip. It’s compact design makes it a popular choice for folding canes.
Fischer Style Canes
This cane’s handle spreads weight out over the entire palm for greater comfort. Consequently, it should be ordered specifically for the left or right hand.
Quad canes have four feet at the end of the cane. These canes are ideal from those who need maximum weight bearing and support. It is often used for long term complications.
If you need this level of support, you may be safer with a walker. Consult your physican for more information.