1. NEW Cure Medical Male Pocket Intermittent Catheter!

    Allegro Medical and Cure Medical have teamed up to provide consumers with a brand new incontinence item. Cure Medical invested into both manufacturing technology and research to find the perfect product for their users and they have officially released one of the most convenient items yet for incontinence users! #curemedical #incontinence #catheter #newproduct

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  2. Conveen® Optima offers a reliable and discreet option for male urinary incontinence

    Conveen® Optima offers a reliable and discreet option for male urinary incontinence

    This article is sponsored by Coloplast.

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  3. TENA® Helps People Live Life Fearlessly

    1 out of 3 women and 1 out of 8 men experience an unexpected leak sometime in their lives.tena-logo With the large array of TENA products you can live your life without worrying about unexpected leaks.

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  4. Allegro Medical Speaks Spanish! ¡Hablemos Español!

    Our customers have asked and Allegro Medical has listened! We are now proud to announce we are staffed with bilingual customer service representatives that are here to help you with your every need. Our friendly customer service center now staffs representatives that speak Spanish! We understand the frustration one can have while shopping online where one may have specific questions but struggle finding someone to call to assist. Don’t be afraid to give us a call at 1-800-861-3211!  We are available from 7am to 7pm Central Standard Time from Monday through Friday.

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  5. Aquatic Therapy

    Summer time is here to stay with record breaking temperatures and what better way to cool off than jumping in a pool. Being in the water has more benefits than just cooling down and having fun. People from all around the world use water as a form of exercise and therapy. People with muscle and joint pain often find exercising unpleasant and turn to water therapy as a relief. The largest benefit of doing water therapy and exercises is that when you’re submerged in deep water, you unload 90% of your body weight through water buoyancy1. By decreasing the amount of joint stress it is easier and less painful to perform exercises. People with a weight problem often find working out in water pleasant as the water environment soothes and supports their muscles and joints while staying cool.

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  6. MS Relief With Effective Body Cooling Products

    People with medical heat intolerance conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS) can feel their symptoms become worse when their body temperature increases. Many people can feel much worse by just a half degree difference in temperature! MS research has proven that heat and humidity often aggravate common MS symptoms 1. This is where body cooling systems give relief to people experiencing MS symptoms. Now there is no reason to be stuck inside on a warm summer afternoon as these cooling systems gives freedom back to those who enjoy the outdoors.

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  7. New Feature on - Save for Later

    New Feature on - Save for Later

    A new feature to the website just made shopping with us a little easier. If you are not ready to complete your order, or decide to wait to purchase an item in your shopping cart, simply click the "Save for Later" link under the item. With our new Save for Later feature, you can now choose to move an item from your shopping cart and save it to be purchased the next time your return. The item will show up in your Saved for Later section of the shopping cart making purchasing it next time you visit a snap.

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  8. Wheelchair Workouts Improve Mobility and More

    Wheelchair Workouts Improve Mobility and More

    I was recently asked to write an article for our friends at the Long Term Living Magazine on the topic of patient care and exercise for mobility challenged patients. It's an interesting topic and something that deserves focus. Exercise remains a critical component of our lives, no matter what our age or capability. Most all of us are capable of doing some sort of exercise and just might need to think creatively to find the right solution for more challenging cases. Below is the article that was published in the Long Term Living Magazine 5/29/2014. Please enjoy!

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  9. Bathroom Safety Products to Help Prevent Falls

    Bathroom Safety Products to Help Prevent Falls

    Falling at any age is a frightening experience.  Parents with toddlers do all they can to minimize injuries from falls.  Helmets are no longer just for professional bicyclists, all ages wear them to mitigate head injuries from falls.  They’ve become the status quo.  Seniors are especially vulnerable to falls and each year, one in three elderly adults age 65 or older will experience a fall according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).1   Older adults need help to reduce the risk of falling, especially in the bathroom where a few simple additions can help your loved one remain independent and safe.

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  10. Long-Term Care Residents in Wheelchairs Can – and Should -- Exercise

    Long-Term Care Residents in Wheelchairs Can – and Should -- Exercise

    Nursing home residents are physically frail, and possibly approaching the end of their lives. So what’s the point of exercise, especially for someone in a wheelchair?  Too often, I believe, professionals and staff in long-term care environments accept this defeatist attitude.

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