Getting out for a walk is a great way to improve your health, and walking has many health benefits for both the mind and the body. However, if you have a disability, walking is not something that comes as easily, and you are likely to need some support to help you to get out and about in the fresh air.
Fortunately, walking sticks are something that many people who have walking difficulties can benefit from. Whether it is temporarily whilst you recover from an operation such as a knee or hip replacement, or something that you need to rely on full time, there are many different types of walking sticks available that you can buy from places like this specialist disability aids store www.abilitysuperstore.com/
When it comes to choosing a walking stick, you might want to try a few out first to see what is comfortable for you, especially if you have never had a walking stick before. Make sure that the height is suitable for you and see if you can have a walk around with it to ensure that it is comfortable to use and provides you with support.
Folding walking sticks are a good choice as they are easy to store and transport, as you can simply fold them down when using them so that they can be easily put away. You can also get walking sticks in many different colours and styles from the more traditional sorts to really brightly coloured and patterned sticks.