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I-Class™ Dual-Release Lightweight Folding Walker by Invacare® Supply Group Ergonomic folding mechanism is easy to reach from sitting position. Comfortably shaped paddles pop up when walker is opened. Nylon paddles resist crac...


CareGuard™ Quad Cane by Invacare® Supply Group Features low profile, welded steel base with flared outer legs and 5th center rubber tip for added stability on stairs or uneven surfaces. Invacare Gr...


Folding Hemi Walker by Rubbermaid© Especially designed for people with the use of only one hand. Folds for compact storage. Adjusts 30" - 34". Weight capacity: 300 lbs. Product weight 3...


Folding Tray by Invacare® Supply Group Is perfect for carrying snacks, crafts and more! Molded 9" x 2(1/2)" x (3/8)" pencil well and 3(1/2)" cup and mug well keeps things in place. Tray con...




There are several different types of crutches:

Under-arm Crutches:

These are the most common type in the United States, and are used most often by people with temporary disability or injury. These are used by placing the pads under the armpits and holding the grip, which is below and parallel to the armpit pad. These are sometimes known as axillary crutches.

Forearm Crutches:

These are the most common type in Europe, but used in the US almost exclusively by people with permanent disabilities. These are used by slipping the arm into a cuff and holding the grip. At least in the US, these are sometimes referred to as Canadian crutches.

Platform Crutches

These are less common and used by those with poor hand grip (due to arthritis, cerebral palsy, etc.). The arm rests on a horizontal platform and is strapped in place.

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