There are many reasons for using a mobility aid.
Fibromyalgia and psoriatic arthritis can both be debilitating. Both fatigue and pain affect mobility.
Learn more about your mobility options, find out which device is best for your needs, and how to defend your need for one.
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About The Disabled Diva
Hi, I’m Cynthia. Fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, and surgical errors have significantly decreased my mobility. With this blog, I share how to recognize the need for a wheelchair, walker/rollator, transport chair, cane, or crutches, share product reviews, and help you find a mobility device that fits your specific needs!