|Weight||400 to 500 gram|
|Is It Adjustable||Adjustable|
How to use your Elbow Crutches Sticks price in BD or two walking sticks
Elbow Crutches Sticks price in BD and two walking sticks are used by a variety of people for different reasons such as: If you are recovering from injuries requiring partial weight-bearing through the injured limb.
- If you have reduced balance, strength, or endurance when walking.
- If you have pain, weakness, or instability in any part of your leg, for example; hip, knee, or ankle.
How to use
- Ensure your arms are secured in the cuff if using crutches.
- Place both crutches/walking sticks one step in front of you.
- Move your affected leg forward level with the crutches/walking sticks.
- Step to or through with the other leg.
- Do not place your crutches/walking sticks too far in front of you, or too far out to the side.
- Turn until you feel the chair against the back of both legs.
- Release your arms from the cuff if using crutches.
- Put the crutches/walking sticks down close to you.
- Place your hands on the arms of the chair, bend forward, and slowly lower yourself into the chair.
- Only attempt the stairs yourself if you feel safe, otherwise ask someone to help you.
- Place one hand on the handrail and the crutches/walking sticks in the other hand.
- You may wish to use the “T” hold. This will have been demonstrated to you by your physiotherapist if appropriate.
- Step up with your good leg, followed by your affected leg onto the same step.
- The crutches/sticks are the last to move up a level with your feet.
- Place your crutches or walking sticks safely on the lower step keeping them away from the edge.
- Step down with the affected leg.
- Follow with the good leg onto the same step.
- Make sure you place the whole foot onto the step.
- Always take your time.