Welcome

We offer a comprehensive list of services and aids that enable you to provide the best care for your patient in every aspect - from medical diagnostics to mobility and daily living aids, know how about nutrition and basic rehab exercises to ensuring the well-being of both the patient and the caregiver.

We aim to help you build your toolkit for you to be the most efficient and effective caregiver.



    Exercise Tools

    There can never be enough said about the benefits of exercise,whether as a preventative measure against health deterioration, to regain strength after an illness or simply for general well-being. We bring to you useful information on the types of exercises suitable for your needs and a diversified range of equipment to accompany you in your quest for a healthy body and mind.


    Building Strength, Flexibility & Stability Strength training includes a wide and diverse range of exercises all focused on increasing physical strength, flexibility and stability. Weight training builds strength using equipment like dumbells, barbells, weight machines made of pulleys and stacks, and resistance bands. Increase your flexibiity and posture with yoga, pilates and dancing while aerobic exercises on cross trainers and treadmills will increase cardiac health and build muscle endurance.

    Holistic Well-beingA physically strong body complemented by a joyful disposition and positive mindset presents a solid foundation for a life well-lived. Sweat it out with stationary bikes and elliptical machines followed by a therapeutic massage or roll out the yoga mat and do a few Sun salutations. Whatever your choice of exercise, stay safe by warming up before working out and be sure to use the appropriate equipment, following te instructions closely.

    Physiotherapy

    Caring for someone who has movement limitations, reduced quality of life and / or pain due to health, old age or injury? As a caregiver, are you suffering from muscle sprain or tear,frozen shoulders, a stiff neck or lower back pain? Browse this page and you will find that, in addition to access to professionals that specialize in physiotherapy, there is a host of self-help books, DVDs, techniques and equipment available to enhance rehabilitation.


    Restoring Movement & Stability Activity limitation,for a person of any age, has adverse impact on quality of life. Physiotherapy offers a wide range of proven techniques that help restore movement restricted by osteoarthritis, brain trauma or injury. Exercise those painful joints with simple do-it-yourself exercises with resistance bands and hand flex grips or climbing stepper machines to build strength and gradually increase mobility.

    Help with Daily LivingIndividuals recovering from health conditions like stroke, surgery or traumatic brain injury often suffer from limited mobility and/or inability to perform simple functional activities like lear speech, swallowing and personal grooming. Rehabilitation therapy through customized exercise programs that include manual therapy and manipulation via assisted devices by certified physiotherapists are proven techniques that help with such daily living activities.

    Mobility Aids

    If you are caring for someone in a coma, recovering from a debilitating illness or disability, you will need to be able to move them in/out of bed, to/from the bahroom, in/out of a chair or car. We offer a myriad devices that will help you the caregiver transfer your patient safely, both for you and your patient. There are also mechanical devices that allow individuals suffering from restricted mobility some independence eg rollator walkers, power chairs, gait trainers, hands free crutches, wheel travel power scooters and lift chairs. Non-slip mats and safety bars installed in bathrooms and within the activity range of the patient are essential to aiding mobility and preventing falls.


    Walk EasyLightweight wheelchairs, walkers, lift chairs and power chairs will help the affected indvidual move around independently. Safety BarsFit out the bathroom, bedroom and areas of activity to ensure that the affected individual is able to move around withot fear of falling.

    Diagnostics

    Be better equipped to provide home-based healthcare with aids and devices that monitor the vital signs for symptoms and signs signaling change to the physical condition. Regular monitoring for such signs and symptoms not only saves lives but also provides statistical trends that enable recovery or remedial action to be taken swiftly.


    DIY DevicesCaring for an adult or child in palliative or hospice care at home means that you are the first line of defence against unexpected change in the patient's condition. Help is but a click away with the wide range of easy-to-use diagnostic devices that monitor blood pressure, body temperature, oxygen intake levels and so much more.

    Monitor for WellnessBe responsible for the well-being of yourself and your loved ones in your care. Eat well, exercise and manage your body's condition with the help of diagnostic devices ranging from fitness trackers to professional advice on symptom treatment plans.

    Nutrition

    For individuals recovering from illness or injury, medication and rehabilitation must be supplemented with a diet of fresh produce suitable for aiding the recovery process and beyond. Often, additional help is required from nutritional supplements like vitamins, probiotics, herbal teas and multi-nutrient beverages.


    Health SupplementsMaintain your energy and stamina with vitamins, fish oil, minerals, herbal extracts and anti-oxidants.

    Immunity & WellnessProp up the immune system, reduce tiredness and fatigue with nutrients and dietary supplements that support and maintain general health, inside out.