Outdoor stairs, a term coined by the American Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery in 1976, has gained popularity among patients, as well as those seeking a way to lower the impact of fall.
One type of outdoor stair, or stairs, involves climbing up and down stairs.
Another, called a ladder, involves putting the foot on the ladder and then moving it upward.
There are several types of outdoor stairs, including ones designed for adults and children.
One of the best ways to lower your impact is to start with a simple outdoor stair that requires no maintenance.
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