With a walk-in tub, you can bathe in comfort while sitting down, unlike a conventional bathtub.
Seniors can feel confident and safe in walk-in tubs
- Bathing can become difficult and anxiety-provoking as people age and lose their balance and mobility.
- Many seniors today worry about falling or not being able to get out of the tub.
- Around one in four seniors falls every year, 25 percent of these falls are serious, and most of them happen in the bathroom.
According to studies, seniors can live independently for five years after installing a walk-in tub. Bathing in a walk-in tub is much safer than in a conventional bathtub.
Bathers can walk in and sit on a 17-inch-high seat with large outward-opening doors. As soon as the door is closed and locked, the tub rapidly fills with water around the bather. There are three grab bars built into the tub, and the controls and taps are easily accessible.
We offer innovative designs and solutions for seniors to maintain independence and confidence in their homes.
Keeping seniors independent and confident in their own homes is our goal at TubToday
Many people find relief from various conditions by soaking in a warm tub, and believe they sleep better afterward. Warm air or water jets stimulate circulation, carrying additional healing oxygen throughout the body as a result of the deep massage.
It has shown positive results in increasing mobility and relieving arthritis pain, chronic back pain, fibromyalgia, diabetic symptoms, and peripheral neuropathy symptoms. Various other acute and chronic conditions have also been relieved by it.
One-in-four seniors fall every year, and 25 percent of these falls are serious, leaving the victims permanently disabled and bedridden. In addition to the pain and suffering they cause, these falls cost billions each year.
Our tubs come in many different configurations, so they can fit into any bathroom. Investing in a walk-in tub for your bathroom could be one of the best investments you can make to help you age comfortably and independently in your home.
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