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  1. 3 Tips To Prepare For Total Knee Replacement Surgery

    3 Tips To Prepare For Total Knee Replacement Surgery

    You suffer from osteoarthritis and your knee pain is unbearable. After years of limited mobility and the inability to maintain an active lifestyle, you agree to have an orthopedic surgeon examine your knee. The surgeon determines you are a good candidate for a Total Knee Replacement (TKR). Most patients undergoing TKR are 50 to 80 years of age. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons a reduction of knee pain is experienced by more than 90% of TKR patients. Additionally, basic activities of daily living significantly improved.1 Preparation for your joint replacement will help ease the stress of major surgery. AllegroMedical.com provides 3 Tips to help you prepare for your Total Knee Replacement Surgery.

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  2. Travel Mobility Scooters Provide Freedom for People with Multiple Sclerosis

    Multiple Sclerosis (MS) affects approximately 2.5 million people Worldwide and 400,000 in the US. 1   Women are more often diagnosed with MS, and first symptoms tend to strike during your prime years of life.  To understand MS, picture a frayed electrical cord where the electric current short-circuits causing appliances to deactivate.  The protective coatiGo-Go Travel Electric Mobility Scooterng (myelin) of your nerves is a conductor for nerve pulses to transmit messages from your brain through your spinal cord for your body parts to perform specific actions.  When the myelin is destroyed (demyelination) similar to a frayed electrical cord our nerve impulses in the brain or spinal cord “short-circuit”, resulting in MS symptoms like visual disorders, fatigue, numbness, and mobility and walking issues. 2   Research shows that within 10 to 15 years of an MS diagnosis,  80% of individuals will experience difficulty walking.3  Mobility devices such as powered scooters help increase activity and mobility in users.4  If you or a loved one suffer from Multiple Sclerosis and experience difficulty walking an electric mobility scooter can help keep you independent and active.

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  3. Mobility Equipment Buyer's Guide

    Diminished mobility, temporary or otherwise, can be a real show stopper when it comes to your independence.  The reality is, you don't need to miss another minute of your life because of mobility issues.  Just ask any of the millions of wheelchair, mobility scooter, walker and cane users worldwide. 

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  4. Travel Essentials for All Ages

    Everyone deserves a vacation!  But admit it . . . travel can be a pain, or completely impossible if you don't have the essentials for comfort, safety, convenience or mobility. Don't despair.  Allegro has new and unique products to make your vacation not only possible but a whole lot easier and more comfortable.  Great gift ideas too.

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  5. Mobility Scooters - 3 Wheel or 4 Wheel

    Mobility Scooters are often the perfect solution for those who have difficulty walking, but want to maintain their independence and manage everyday tasks on their own.   

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  6. Types of Mobility Scooters

    A mobility scooter - sometimes called a power scooter or disability scooter - is simply a motorized device powered by an electrical system with a rechargeable battery.  The seat sits over two rear wheels and there is a flat area for your feet.  Handlebars are used to steer.

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  7. 5 Things to Consider when Choosing a Mobility Scooter

    A mobility scooter is an investment that should be made wisely.  Take some time to research the various options and really make sure you're getting the scooter that makes the most sense for your lifestyle, size, and use. 

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