Fixed Elbow Crutch (ONE PIECE )
Forearm crutches, also known as elbow crutches.
Mobility aids that help to transfer the body’s weight from an injured leg/foot to the upper body.
Usually made of metal or plastic, the user will slip their forearm into a cuff and then grasp a hand grip.
Advantage of elbow crutches
Using forearm crutches Fixed elbow crutch (one person) requires no more energy, increased oxygen consumption or heart rate than axillary crutches.
Being easily stored and transferred.
There is no risk of injury to the neurovascular structures in the axillary region when using this type of crutches.
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Fixed elbow crutch (one person)
Specifications Fixed Elbow Crutch (ONE PIECE )
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Types of walkers
If you break a bone in your leg or foot or you’re at risk of falling, a walker can make it easier for you to get around. Talk to your doctor or physical therapist about the options, including:
- Standard walker. This walker has four nonskid, rubber-tipped legs to provide stability. You must pick it up to move.
- Two-wheel walker. This walker, which has wheels on the two front legs, is helpful if you need some, but not constant, weight-bearing help.
- Three-wheel walker. This walker provides balance support like a four-wheel walker, but it is lighter weight and more maneuverable.
- Four-wheel walker. This walker is for people who don’t need to lean on the walker for balance.
- Knee walker. This walker is similar to a foot-propelled scooter, but it has a platform for resting your knee.