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GENERAL DETAILS     |     TECHNICAL DETAILS     |     SIZE     |     VIDEO     |     DIRECTIONS FOR USE     |     INDICATIONS

GENERAL DETAILS

The stick goes on the same side as the stronger leg and moves when the weaker leg moves.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Made of Anodized Aluminium. Aluminium is very strong yet light-weight. Because it is anodized, it is also rust-proof
Swan neck handle for better grip and stability
Telescopic height adjustment with press button arrangement
Suction rubber tips for better grip on the floor and to minimize chances of slipping and falling

VARIATIONS

There are several variants. Your physician or therapist can advise you which model is best-suited to your particular needs. The additional features of each model are mentioned below:

Swan-neck Crutch Stick
This is the standard crutch stick with one point of contact with the ground.

Tripoid Crutch Stick
Has 3 points of contact with the ground. The Tripoid Crutch Stick offers a higher degree of support and stability than a normal crutch stick.

Quadripoid Crutch Stick
Has 4 points of contact with the ground. Offers a higher degree of support and stability than a normal crutch stick or a tripoid.

Size Available
Adjustable height: 31”- 39”(Tripoid & Quadripoid)

Adjustable height: 29”- 37”(Crutch Stick-Swan Neck)

 
 
 

One Size fits Most

Directions for use

When standing up straight, the top of your stick should reach to the crease in your wrist.

Your elbow should be slightly bent when you hold your stick.

Hold the stick in the hand opposite the side that needs support. For example, if your right leg is injured, hold the cane in your left hand.

Indications

For elderly, Arthritic & Hemiplegic Patients

For elderly patients, amputees & patients with bilateral  lower limb Orthotics.

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