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Features

Mabis DMI Dressing Stick

  • Latex free
  • Shaft measures 27 in. long.
  • Weighs less than five oz.

Product Overview

Mabis DMI Dressing Stick

Dressing Stick


The Dressing Stick makes dressing and retrieving your items easier for those with limited range of motion. A lightweight dressing stick with a small C-hook at one end and a large, plastic-coated push or pull hook at the other.


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Dressing Stick Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
16 reviews
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16 out of 16 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Easy Storage (11)
Lightweight (11)
Safe (8)
Sturdy (8)
Helpful (1)
Top Cons

Hooks on end not durable (1)
none (1)
Top Best Uses

Following Surgery (9)
Elderly (6)
Emergency (2)
Muscle weakness (1)
Incapacitated (1)
1-5 of 16 reviews
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Dressing Stick - other uses

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage. Lightweight. easy to carry w/you.
Best Uses:
pull things towards me.
Describe Yourself:
wheelchair user.

I use the dressing stick for everything but dressing. I use it to pull things towards me that are out of reach from my wheelchair. I use in in the store to help pull light items off of shelves. I use it in my van to left things that fall on the floor.It has become so much a part of me and the wheelchair I keep one in the van, one in my bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.

by from garden grove, ca
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
A great invention Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Lightweight. Easy Storage. Helpful.
Best Uses:
Following Surgery. Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Senior citizen. Recovering hip surgery.

I used the reacher,shoe horn, elastic laces & sock aid (except for the dressing stick which I got after my hip replacement) both before and after my hip replacement. It allowed me to be more independent even though I had trouble walking and bending. These are the best for anyone who's getting a hip replacement. They are indispensable. I couldn't get along without them. I didn't know what the dressing stick was until after my surgery when I was in rehab but I used my cane handle as one uses a dressing stick. The dressing stick is easier.

by from North Wales, PA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
7 out of 7 found this review helpful
it's a stick Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage. Sturdy. Lightweight.
Best Uses:
Following Surgery. Muscle weakness.
Describe Yourself:
disabled.

I use the dressing stick.....to get dressed! Can't reach behind me since surgery on my spine, and this lessens the frustration of dressing...a bit anyway.

by from Apache Junction, AZ
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
4 out of 4 found this review helpful
"A Tool that does what it claims to do" Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Easy Storage. Lightweight. Sturdy. Safe.
Best Uses:
Following Surgery. Incapacitated.
Describe Yourself:
Unable to bend. Elderly.

Helps pull up one's trousers Picks up clothing that has dropped Helps to take socks off It is sturdy and not likely to break It's a little rough if your feet are tender

by from Peabody, MA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
Great Aid

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage. Sturdy. Lightweight.
Best Uses:
everyday for stiff muscle.
Describe Yourself:
Arithitus in back.

pulling down sportsbra

by from Kansas city
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
1-5 of 16 reviews
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Question:
I am looking for a tool to help my 90 year old mother get dressed. She has bad arthritis in her hands and has trouble pulling up the back of her pants. Any suggestions?
Asked on May 11, 2011 8:42:51 AM by Lisa from Illinois
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I bought two of these after my hip surgery as I could not bend down. what a life saver. this is the greatest. I just hooked it on the waist of my slacks and pulled the waist up till I could reach it. I would recommend this highly
Answered on Nov 20, 2013 12:56:35 PM by catlover from new york
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No I don't recommend it my husband has bent and broke two in a six month period
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 2:26:50 PM by Caddysrx3 from Denver
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The Dressing stick is for my husband.. who has muscle and nerve diseases.. He loves it!! doesn't wanna be w/o it. I order 2 at a time to keep him happy. Of course it is breakable and bendable... It has to be made light for a true handicapped person to utilize it. Steel or cast iron could NOT be handled by the physically challenged. But the price is so reasonable you can order a dozen if needed!!!! THANKS Allegro Medical for a great product.
Answered on Feb 11, 2014 11:13:45 AM by Fancygranny from Ms
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Yes, the dressing stick can be used to help your mother pull up the back of her pants. I recommend you have in-home physical therapy to teach her how to use the stick for that purpose. The home therapy should be covered by Medicare.
Answered on Aug 29, 2015 10:25:13 AM by HattieB from McKinney TX
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