The holiday season is just around the corner and we’d like to give you a helping hand in finding the perfect Christmas present for yourself or your loved ones. This is never an easy task, especially when looking for gifts for people with disabilities, as you want your present to be meaningful and not just … ContinuedRead More
Rollz International CEO Martijn Schaaper shares his thoughts on the efficiency of the human body, the importance of good product design and the value of daily exercise and activity.
I’ve had multiple sclerosis (MS) for 20 years, and for too long I was terrified of the prospect of “ending up” in a wheelchair. MS is a vicious disease, but I’ve learned that mobility aids are not the enemy I once believed them to be.
Eleven years after her Parkinson’s diagnosis Ineke was experiencing episodes of freezing of gait and started looking for a solution.
A lot of people have been idle and inside their homes for longer than they would have liked to during the corona crises. That could have made them stiff and less fit.
Bonnie Groenewout has danced her whole life but when she got ill a few years back she thought she will not be able to practice anymore. But never say never!
If you are a newcomer to walking with a rollator, you should better ask someone to help when going outdoors for the first time.
Going outdoors with a rollator for the first time is a big step, both mentally and physically. Knowing how to do it handy and in a safe way will make the learning process less complicated.
You immediately feel the difference when you walk with this new rollator with pneumatic tires. The Rollz Motion Performance hardly vibrates, not even when you walk over a square with boulders.
There is a misconception that only old people need mobility support. But nowadays you can also see lots of young people using canes, rollators or wheelchairs.