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Knee and hip pain can make sitting on everyday toilet seats a challenge. Consider a toilet seat riser, which adds a few inches of height to the toilet seat. Opt for a hard plastic toilet seat. Soft, spongy ones might stick to skin and tear sensitive psoriasis lesions. When bathing or showering, use long-handled sponges to avoiding bending when washing your feet or legs. Standing making you sore, or worried about a fall? A bath stool can help soothe achy joints and make it easier to reach your feet and legs during shower or bath time.

Oct. 01, 2019