in today’s session, i thought i’d go over some of the main principles and specifics about assistive devices. It is something we can discuss for healthy joints and for joints that are affected by arthritis as it crosses the whole span.
there are two things to consider for using assistive devices. out what other people who live with rheumatoid arthritis are talking about.
welcome to our session on assistive devices for small joint preservation. i brought a catalogue with me and i have a few that i can give out that are old but with the phone number you can just call and have them send you an updated one, its an assistive devices catalogue and they are on the web so you can take down their website address and i have the phone numbers too.
are some things that you want to avoid when you are using any type of assistive device or other devices, is to avoid ulnar deviating pressures. you can make life with rheumatoid arthritis easier with a few gadgets that are easy on your wallet.
: if you're shopping for a new car, look for features that will make driving easier and more comfortable with arthritis. there are gadgets, which your doctor may call “assistive devices,” that can help you regain your independence and make daily tasks easier.