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Rehaid Crutch Stick

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Rehaid Crutch Stick

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₹745.00

Rehaid Crutch Stick is made of lightweight anodized aluminium with telescopic height adjustment and is used to take the load off the legs onto the upper body during walking. The stick goes on the same side as the stronger leg and moves when the weaker leg moves. It has suction rubber tips for better grip on the floor and to minimize chances of falling and slipping.

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Rehaid Crutch Stick Features:

  • Made of lightweight anodized aluminium with telescopic height adjustment
  • Swan neck shaped ergonomic handle
  • PVC tip for better grip on the floor
  • Adjustable height of 29" - 37"
  • Better grip and stability
  • Telescopic height adjustment with press button arrangement

Directions for Use:

  • When standing up straight, the top of your stick should reach to the crease in your wrist
  • Your elbow should should be slightly bent when you hold your stick

Indications:

  • Patients with lower limb orthosis
  • Cerebral palsy patients
  • Better support and stability for elderly patients
  • Amputees using artificial limb

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Manufacturer Dynamic Techno Medicals

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Rehaid Crutch Stick

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745

Rehaid Crutch Stick Features:

  • Made of lightweight anodized aluminium with telescopic height adjustment
  • Swan neck shaped ergonomic handle
  • PVC tip for better grip on the floor
  • Adjustable height of 29" - 37"
  • Better grip and stability
  • Telescopic height adjustment with press button arrangement

Directions for Use:

  • When standing up straight, the top of your stick should reach to the crease in your wrist
  • Your elbow should should be slightly bent when you hold your stick

Indications:

  • Patients with lower limb orthosis
  • Cerebral palsy patients
  • Better support and stability for elderly patients
  • Amputees using artificial limb
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