walking aids How to choose properly

Last updated: 16 Feb 2023  |  443 Views  | 

walking aids How to choose properly

walking aids How to choose properly


3-legged and 4-legged walking sticks
The wider support base allows the user to place more weight on the arm. There are limitations because it is suitable for use on level ground. Not as flexible as a T-foot.
Elderly people with walking problems
Hemiplegic stroke patients
Patients with hip dystrophy
Those who have weight-loss problems on one leg, such as arthritis

Aluminum crutches or wooden crutches
Suitable for people with broken bones, including ankles.
Patients with incomplete half-limb weakness
The patient's leg was amputated. in the period without prosthetics
Suitable for those who have lower half strength or leg weakness.

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