The difference of walking aids between a 4-legged walker and an aluminum crutch

Last updated: 27 Jan 2023  |  613 Views  | 

The difference of walking aids between a 4-legged walker and an aluminum crutch

The difference of walking aids between a 4-legged walker and an aluminum crutch
Walker or 4-legged walking aid
suitable for the elderly Patients with upper half strength or those with arm strength to balance
Positioning Place your feet level with the Walker's hind legs and hold the Walker firmly in both hands with your elbows bent at 20-30 degrees, your grips at hip level.
Aluminum crutches or underarm crutches
Suitable for people with broken bones Patients with incomplete half-limb weakness The patient was amputated or without prosthetics.
Height adjustment can be done in both lying and standing positions. Adjusting the height in the standing position will be practical and can be adjusted to suit the user well.

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