We have a wide range of products designed to aid in many different ways to ease day to day life.
Electrical Stimulation Therapy
A stroke interferes with your brain's ability to send messages to the nerves in your muscles. This can make it difficult to move and control your arm and hand. Electrical stimulation (ES) therapy is a safe way to stimulate the nerves that make your muscles contract. Victoria care for stroke survivor recommends the EMS Muscle Stimulator to help you regain control over your limb, improve muscle tone, and reduce pain and spasticity.
Occupational Therapy: Relearning Life Skills
One of the most important parts of your recovery is relearning daily living skills so that you can be mobile and independent. Our collection recommends aids that will help you work around your disabilities so that you can change your clothes, take a shower on your own, cook, and clean independently.
SHOP CARING FOR Your Teeth
If you are taking blood thinners you should avoid bruises . since your gums are delicate, you should clean your mouth with a lighter touch. Use a soft toothbrush, and don't scrub. Choose a waxed dental floss; slide it carefully between your teeth. View Victoria Care for stroke collection for suitable oral care product recommended for you. SHOP
Avoid Bumps ,SLIPS and Falls
The blood thinner your doctor prescribed to keep clots from forming in your heart or blood vessels can help prevent a heart attack and stroke. But because these drugs make it hard for you to stop bleeding, a minor injury can turn serious. Invest in these recommended anti slip mats , step stools, railings SHOP
Stick to a Schedule
Take your medicine at the same time each day. Some blood thinners don't work right if you're not consistent.
Use a pill organizer or the calendar on your smartphone to remind yourself. If you forget, take it as soon as you remember. Buy a talking alarm Don't skip a pill. SHOP