Walkers help to give the user extra support when walking or standing. They offer far more stability than a standard walking stick. By providing additional points of contact (four) the walking aid provides both additional support and a wider range of stable centre of gravity positioning. By directing load through the arms and the walking aid, lower impact and static forces are transmitted through the affected limbs. A Walker is used by disabled or elderly people who need additional support to maintain balance or stability while walking. The front two legs of the walker may or may not have wheels attached. It is extremely beneficial to those with little arm strength and a good tool for those recovering from leg or back injuries.
Vissco Walker are actually two very different types of product with different uses. Walking sticks, on the other hand, are mainly items of fashion. They are often not designed to take any weight at all, as they are little more than accessories. They can be made from a wide variety of materials, and their handles can get very elaborate- and uncomfortable. Trying to put weight on a knob handle could result in severe discomfort or pain in hand and wrist. Be careful when using a walking stick, and be aware that they truly are accessories rather than walking canes.
Vissco Invalid U-Shape Walking Stick
Need a helping hand when you walk around? The Invalid quadripod walking stuck u shape is widely used for greater balance as weight is also applied. It helps direct load through the arms and the walking aid, lowering the impact and static forces transmitted to the affected limbs. This walking stick is sturdy and fitted with a U shaped handle.
WHEN TO USE
Impaired balance Walking Disorders Injury or disorder of spine Stroke Chronic osteoarthritis of knee.
Vissco Invalid U-Shape Walking Stick Features
A Vissco Wheelchair is exactly what the name indicates – a chair on wheels. It is used by people that find walking difficult or impossible. It comes in several variants ranging from being propelled by a person turning the back wheel to use of electric motors to do so. Many institutions offer them on rent or temporary basis for visiting guests.
Vissco Invalid Wheelchair – Regular
Wheelchairs are needed often and for a variety of reasons today. With a comfortable one like those available at Vissco, travel, mobility and comfort of a patient in need is no longer a concern. Completely fixed, with no detachable parts, this wheelchair is comfortable, strong and provided with several features such as molded arm rests, safety belts, padded seating, breaks on both sides, detachable leg rests etc… to make the patient as secure as possible.
WHEN TO USE
Old age patients.
Lower limb illness/injury.
Vissco Invalid Wheelchair-Regular Features