Arthritis is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It is a disease that causes inflammation and pain in the joints, resulting in stiffness and limited mobility. Arthritis can occur in any joint in the body, including the hands, hips, knees, and spine.

For people with arthritis, getting dressed can be a challenge. The pain, stiffness, and limited mobility that come with arthritis can make it difficult to put on and take off clothing, especially clothes with tight or complex fastenings. This is where adaptive clothing comes in.

Adaptive clothing is specially designed to make dressing easier for people with mobility issues, including those with arthritis. These clothes feature easy-to-use closures, adjustable waistbands, and other features that make dressing more comfortable and less painful.

For instance, adaptive clothing often includes hook and loop closure instead of traditional buttons, which can be difficult to manipulate for people with arthritis. 
Another way adaptive clothing can help is through the use of elastic or adjustable waistbands. These waistbands can be adjusted to fit the wearer's body, reducing the need for pulling or tugging to get the pants on or off.

Adaptive clothing can also feature longer zippers or wider leg openings to accommodate mobility aids like braces or orthotics. 
Adaptive clothing is not only functional but also stylish. Arthritis can make dressing a difficult and painful task, but adaptive clothing can help ease the burden. With its easy-to-use closures, adjustable waistbands, and other features, adaptive clothing can make getting dressed a breeze for people with arthritis.

Arthritis can make getting dressed a painful and frustrating experience, but with some simple tips and tricks, you can make the process easier and more comfortable.

Here's a guide to dressing with arthritis:

Choose comfortable clothing: Look for clothing that is loose-fitting, soft, and easy to put on and take off. Avoid tight-fitting clothes, as they can be difficult to pull on and can restrict movement.

Use assistive devices: There are many devices available to help make dressing easier, such as button hooks, zipper pulls, and long-handled shoehorns. These tools can reduce the strain on your hands and make it easier to manipulate buttons and zippers.

Plan ahead: Lay out your clothes the night before, so you don't have to make decisions or search for items in the morning. Choose clothes that are easy to mix and match, so you can create multiple outfits without having to spend a lot of time and energy on dressing.

Opt for slip-on shoes: Shoes with laces or buckles can be difficult to put on and take off, especially if you have arthritis in your hands. Slip-on shoes are much easier to manage and can save you a lot of time and frustration.

Use adaptive clothing: There are many companies that specialize in adaptive clothing for people with arthritis and other mobility issues. These clothes feature easy-to-use closures, adjustable waistbands, and other features that make dressing easier and more comfortable.

By following these tips, you can make dressing with arthritis less painful and more manageable. Remember to listen to your body and take breaks when you need to. With a little bit of planning and some helpful tools, you can make getting dressed a breeze.

 If you're tired of struggling with traditional clothing, we suggest giving our adaptive clothing a try. You'll be amazed at the difference it can make in your daily routine and overall comfort level.

Adaptive pants and tops

adaptive clothing

Suggested products-

Ladies Pull-On Seated Trousers
Bodysuit- Unisex 
Open Back Adaptive Blouse M043 –
style-0001 / style-0002 / style-0030/ style-0020/ style-0010
Adaptive poncho

Back opening design

Suggested products-
Ladies All-in-One Daywear Jumpsuit
100% Cotton Open Back Nightgown 
100% Cotton Interlock Completely Open Back Nightgown
100% Pure Cotton Interlock Back Opening Nightshirt 
Terry Cotton Open Back Nightgown 
Ladies Open Back Nightshirt 
Open Back Dri-Me Towelling Shower Robe 
Men's Classic Oxford Shirt 
Nightshirt Unisex with 3/4 Sleeves

Comfortable fabric

Suggested products-
Ladies All-in-One
Ladies B warm 

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Arthritis Menwear Recommended Clothing Range > DAYWEAR AND NIGHTWEAR
Arthritis Womenwear Recommended Clothing Range > DAYWEAR AND NIGHTWEAR

If you or someone you know is living with arthritis, we highly suggest checking out our collection of adaptive clothing. Our clothing is designed specifically to make dressing easier and less painful for people with mobility issues.

Our collection includes a wide range of options, from pants with adjustable waistbands to shirts with easy-to-use closures. We understand how important it is to have clothing that accommodates arthritis symptoms, and we've worked hard to create a adaptive clothing collection that does just that.

Also we have a wide range of Pressure care products and also specialised pressure cushions for Arthritis.

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