Kneeling limitations can arise from a variety of conditions including but not limited to amputations, arthritis, and leg impairments. A back condition or cancer could also limit one's kneeling. Kneeling limitations may be temporary or permanent.
Individuals with certain limitations may find it difficult to grasp items from hard to reach places, such as a shelf or the floor. Reachers can extend to various lengths and can grasp items for those with limited reach or strength.