Rehabilitation supplies and durable medical equipment support recovery and assist with daily living activities for those dealing with injuries, disabilities, and age-related issues. They're commonly used in rehab facilities, hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted-living centers. Canes, crutches, rollators, and walkers provide support and balance so people get around on their own. Grooming and dressing aids help with everyday tasks such as buttoning clothes and putting on shoes and socks. Orthopedic belts, posture correctors, and traction equipment support and restore proper body positioning to relieve pain and prevent strain. Wheelchairs and stair chairs help medical personnel and caregivers transport people from place to place. Wheelchair parts and wheelchair and walker accessories maintain the functionality of rehab equipment.