One or two? Why not let us decide based on how you're able to perform stair climbing. Our team of physical therapists will be there to advise you on how to get up and down safer.
This is the easiest way to make a relatively dangerous activity safer. By adding a few strategically placed grab bars where YOU need them, you'll have less to worry about.
Stairlifts have really progressed in quality over the last ten years. New models fold up out of the way and are installed without any damage to your staircase wall. Ask us about a NEW or USED stair lift for your home.
Homes on Long Island were not built with handicap accessibility in mind. It's not as easy as just buying one and plopping it down. We ensure it's the right slope and anchored correctly.
Homes weren't originally made for handicap accessibility. We know the standard turn radius for a wheelchair, door width for a walker, and much more. No project is too big or small!
We never get asked about clutter, but we sure do like talking about it. Get rid of that extension cord trip hazard and clear a safe path to your bathroom at night.
Our physical therapists are certified balance experts and can make you safer (in addition to your home).
Drive to physical therapy, sit in the waiting room, get rushed around a busy clinic, then drive home? If this doesn't sound like it will help you become more active, then try IN-HOME PHYSICAL THERAPY.
We all know balance decreases as we age, but it doesn't have to with good training. Want to know if your balance is improving or declining? Let's start with an assessment, then re-test in 30,60, and 90 days to ensure you're improving.