Accessories for walking sticks and crutches

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iWALK 3.0
    iWALK 3.0
    215,90203,68
    In stock
    Walking stick holder
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      Walking stick holder
      6,205,12
      In stock
      Shock-absorbing, non-slip foot - Flexyfoot
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        Extra handle for walking stick
          Extra handle for walking stick
          23,8819,7420,0616,58
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          Separate walking stick foot
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            Separate walking stick foot
            39,4937,2533,1431,26
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            Neck strap for crutches
              Neck strap for crutches
              39,0036,79
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              Wrist loop for walking stick
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                Crutch holder Rebotec
                  Crutch holder Rebotec
                  75,0061,98
                  In stock
                  Stick or stool holder on suction cup Mobeli®
                    Stick or stool holder on suction cup Mobeli®
                    131,61108,77110,2591,12
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                    Walking stick holder
                      Walking stick holder
                      30,9725,60
                      In stock
                        Accessories for walking sticks and crutches

                        Accessories for walking sticks and crutches

                        Here is a variety of tools that can make life easier for and more comfortable for users of crutches and walking sticks.

                        How do you use crutches?

                        First and foremost, the crutches must be placed at the correct height . To start walking with crutches, you need to gradually shift your weight to your healthy leg . Move the cranks in front of you to a point where you can maintain stability. For the swing, move your weight from your healthy leg to your arms, swinging your body through the crutches as the crutches absorb the weight. Place your healthy leg at a point forward, again maintaining stability , and transfer your weight back to the leg. Then move the cranks forward to repeat the movement. Have someone assist you while using the crutches on the stairs.
                        When going down, place the crutches on the next step, then step down with the right leg.
                        When going up, first step with the right leg up and then bring the crutches up.


                        If you are using only one crutch, the walking techniques start by placing the crutch under the arm opposite your weaker leg. Move the crutch and your weaker leg forward simultaneously. Then take a step with your stronger leg.
                        You may have trouble making the crutches more comfortable . The comfort of the crutch can become an issue as your body adapts to its use. Take a look at our accessories for crutches and walking sticks .

                        Stools can be very uncomfortable. We looked for easy-to-use and easy-to-install clutch accessories to make the cranks more user -friendly. Find crutchaccessories here, including crank handle covers , crutch holders and much more!

                         

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                        Accessories for walking sticks and crutches

                        Accessories for walking sticks and crutches

                        Here is a variety of tools that can make life easier for and more comfortable for users of crutches and walking sticks.

                        How do you use crutches?

                        First and foremost, the crutches must be placed at the correct height . To start walking with crutches, you need to gradually shift your weight to your healthy leg . Move the cranks in front of you to a point where you can maintain stability. For the swing, move your weight from your healthy leg to your arms, swinging your body through the crutches as the crutches absorb the weight. Place your healthy leg at a point forward, again maintaining stability , and transfer your weight back to the leg. Then move the cranks forward to repeat the movement. Have someone assist you while using the crutches on the stairs.
                        When going down, place the crutches on the next step, then step down with the right leg.
                        When going up, first step with the right leg up and then bring the crutches up.


                        If you are using only one crutch, the walking techniques start by placing the crutch under the arm opposite your weaker leg. Move the crutch and your weaker leg forward simultaneously. Then take a step with your stronger leg.
                        You may have trouble making the crutches more comfortable . The comfort of the crutch can become an issue as your body adapts to its use. Take a look at our accessories for crutches and walking sticks .

                        Stools can be very uncomfortable. We looked for easy-to-use and easy-to-install clutch accessories to make the cranks more user -friendly. Find crutchaccessories here, including crank handle covers , crutch holders and much more!

                         

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