Walking sticks are used to provide support to an aged or injured person when performing specific activities like walking, getting up from a seated position, etc. Users can benefit in the following ways:
A walking stick supports the knee and back of the user. It can be used while walking and even hiking.
Walking sticks help distribute a person’s weight evenly, thus reducing the strain on the knee and joints. This provides more stability as well.
Some walking sticks feature a three-legged bottom that provides additional support.
The tripod legs feature rubber ends, which provide grip and reduce chances of the walking stick slipping on smooth surfaces.
Using a walking stick improves posture.
By using a stick, the upper body muscles are strengthened to some extent as a result of controlling the stick
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