The clever compression stocking donning aid for people with limited mobility
Putting on compression stockings can be difficult, especially for patients with limited mobility. For example, this could be because the patient has arthritis or paralysis of the legs and can only move around with difficulty. Obesity or malformation of the legs can also make it difficult to lift legs up far enough to put compression stockings on with ease. The medi Rehab Butler can help with this: you pull the compression stocking over the aid to pre stretch the fabric; with the handy folding mechanism and with the leg slightly bent, the stocking is then easy to put on. In a clinical setting, the Rehab Butler is also ideal as a time-saving aid for nursing staff.