TECHNICAL DETAILS | SIZE | DIRECTIONS FOR USE | BUY NOW Axillary Crutches Axillary Crutches are used to transfer load from the legs to the upper body in case of patients who have a leg injury. GENERAL DETAILSWikiHow has an excellent explanation on how to use Axillary Crutches here TECHNICAL DETAILS Made of anodised aluminium hence is light-weight Moulded Axillary pad for better comfort and cushioning Adjustable hand grip Suction rubber tip for better grip on any surface Telescopic height adjustment based on patient height VARIATIONSAvailable in Small Medium & Large Sizes Size Available SizeSmallMediumLarge Directions for use When standing up straight, the top of your crutches should be about 1-2 inches below your armpits. The handgrips of the crutches should be even with the top of your hip line. Your elbows should be slightly bent when you hold the handgrips. To avoid damage to the nerves and blood vessels in your armpit, your weight should rest on your hands, not on the underarm supports. IndicationsPatients with shortening of a limb For temporary ambulation with plaster cast For patients using orthotic aid on lower limb For amputees in their stages of gait training Buying OptionsFor More Details Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Related ProductsQuadripoidCrutch Sticks are meant to take the load off the legs onto the upper body during walking.They are useful for patients Read More.. TripoidCrutch Sticks are meant to take the load off the legs onto the upper body during walking.They are useful for patients Read More.. Walking FrameA Walking Frame (also known as a walker) is a tool for disabled people who need additional stability and Read More.. Elbow CrutchAn Elbow Crutch (also called Fore-arm Crutch) helps to transfer load from the legs to the upper body. Read More..