Best Elbow Crutches for People With Impaired Ability to Walk

A crutch is a mobility aid that transfers weight from the legs to the upper body. It is often used for people who cannot use their legs to support their weight, for reasons ranging from short-term injuries to lifelong disabilities.

Vissco Elbow Crutches
Our Price : Rs 1275

A mobility aid is a device designed to assist walking or otherwise improve the mobility of people with a mobility impairment.

Easy to use Vissco Elbow Crutches reduce the pressure and ensure that the body weight is evenly distributed. Shock absorbent minimize the trauma for the user and enable better support. Reduce trauma to the forearm. Reducing stress to joints and muscles. Makes support easier for those are not able to grip well.

When to use :

  • Fracture of lower limb
  • Paraplegia
  • Walking Disorders
  • Injury or disorder of spine

Benefits :

  • Upper arm crutches require a minimum of training and substantially less upper extremity strength than other types of crutches

Invalid Elbow Crutches With Double Folding Handle Features :

  • By providing additional points of contact the walking aid provides both additional support and a wider range of stable center of gravity positioning.

There are various walking aids which can help people with impaired ability to walk and Tynor Elbow Crutch Adjustable or mobility scooters for more severe disability or longer journeys which would otherwise be undertaken on foot. For people who are blind or visually impaired the white cane and guide dog have a long history of use. Other aids can help with mobility or transfer within a building or where there are changes of level.

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