How to Shower or Bathe With A Prosthetic

May 30, 2017

pool with a prosthetic

Man in hot tub with prosthetic leg cover.

You used to have to take off your prosthetic to shower or bathe…not anymore!
Step 2: Make sure the water in your shower is perfect before getting in
Step 3: Get some good smelling soap, fresh scents are popular in the summer
Step 4: Step out and take your DRYPro Waterproof Prosthetic Protector off
That was easy right!

 




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