Walking Stick has a smooth, curved handle.
Walking Stick has the advantage of being maneuverable in tight quarters.
Stick should be held in the hand opposite to the impaired (weak or painful) leg, and moved forward with the impaired leg
Help to improve balance by widening the base of support and by providing additional sensory input
Reduce the amount of weight that must be borne by the legs, which can be important in people with arthritis or weakness of the legs
People with decreased vision, peripheral nerve problems, previous stroke, as well as those who have had surgery for a hip fracture.