Adjustable Grip Cane for Arthritis Pain

Of particular benefit for people with rheumatoid arthritis.   Provides excellent support for people who need a broader handle so they can have maximum contact with the palm of their hand.








Product Description

The Adjustable Grip Cane for Arthritis Pain is available in classic black.  The cane is available for right-handed or left-handed and is designed with a broad handle to maximise hand contact and improve grip.  This is of particular relevance to a user who has rheumatoid arthritis and has a weaker grip and less consistent strength.  The shape of the handle spreads the palm contact across a wider area and as a result, provides added stability for the user.

The cane is comfortable and helps the user’s hand relax as it balances weight more evenly across the handle and this, in turn, helps to direct it away from the area of pain or discomfort.  The walking stick has a very comfortable handle which really helps people with arthritis in their hands and who may find it impossible to grip hard.  This is an ideal cane for anyone who likes to have their cane close at hand whether at home or when out walking.

Benefits of the Adjustable Grip Cane for Arthritis Pain

  • Independent Aid walking stick
  • Broad handle to spread grip over the whole palm
  • Comfortable grip handle
  • Suits a weakened grip
  • Offers the user a stable and secure experience
  • Ideal for use around the home or when out and about
  • Classic Black
  • Right-handed or Left Handed
  • Suitable for Rheumatoid Arthritis Sufferers
  • Height Adjustable
  • Safety non-slip ferrule on the bottom of the cane
  • Easy to adjust the height

Product Specification

  • 1 x Adjustable Grip Walking Stick
  • Size: Fully adjustable in height 762mm – 991mm (30″-39″);
  • Ferrule size for these canes is 19mm (3/4″)
  • Maximum weight of user 18st (114kg)

Colour: Classic Black

How to Measure for a Walking Stick

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Left Handed, Right Handed