Invalid Walkers for Rigid Support

Getting from Point A to Point B may not be as easy for everyone. For those that have suffered from a stroke, post lower limb surgery, cerebral palsy, a lower limb fracture or any peripheral nerve disorder, walking again, is an exciting but challenging task. The Invalid Walkers Features provides a larger base of support facilitating balancing while walking. It provides four additional points of contact and a stable center for gravity positioning. The walker directs the load through the arms and the walking aid, thus lowering the impact and static forces transmitted to the affected limbs. Being light weight and having soft hand grips makes it an ideal walking companion.

Invalid Walkers Features

Our Price : Rs 1925

When To Use:

  • Stroke
  • Post Surgery (TKR/THR) Cerebral Palsy
  • Fracture
  • Lower Limb Peripheral
  • Nerve disorders

Invalid Walkers Features:

  • Space Saving
  • Rigid Support
  • Universal Fit
  • Adjustable Support

If a lower limb of yours has been fractured or just under-gone surgery, you might feel the need for a walker till you get back on your feet for good. This Vissco Medipedic Walker Castor provides a larger base of support, and also has wheels which help in locomotion. By providing four points of contact the walking aid provides both additional support and a wider range of stable center of gravity positioning. You can adjust the height as you use extra support to walk or stand. This definitely provides superior stability than a standard walking stick as it helps direct the load through the arms and the walking aid thus lowering impact and static forces transmitted through the affected limbs.

Vissco Medipedic Walker Castor

Our Price : Rs 1410

When To Use:

  • Stroke
  • Post Surgery (TKR/THR) Cerebral Palsy
  • Fracture
  • Lower Limb Peripheral
  • Nerve disorders

Vissco Medipedic Walker Castor Features:

  • Space Saving
  • Rigid Support
  • Universal Fit
  • Adjustable Support

While the best way to learn how to use a walker is by following the advice of the mobility supply store or other vendor from whom it is purchased, there are a few general guidelines. Individuals should hold both handles firmly, but without causing tension in the hands. The arms bend at the elbows. Walk slowly  at a steady pace, and stay alert for obstacles that could cause a fall.

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