After having surgery in Orlando, a former Central Florida resident, Keith G. was released from the hospital with a set of crutches, a cane and a walker. He fell when he got home. Crucial adjustments to his new assistive devices were never done. Eighteen months later, after having hip surgery in Tallahassee, he showed his new physical therapist the not-so-old cane and walker. She prevented him from using both until they were adjusted. In fact, she noticed that the cane and the walker had never been adjusted to fit his height.