BIOS Living Aluminum Crutches
When you need crutches, you want the lightest, most durable set possible. That’s why so many people are turning to BIOS Living Aluminum Crutches. These crutches are made from lightweight aluminum and feature a push-button height adjustment for easy use. Plus, the crutches come with a soft grip for extra comfort. Whether you’re recovering from an injury or just need a little help getting around, BIOS Living Aluminum Crutches are perfect for the job.
Aluminum Crutches Features:
- Push-button height adjustment
- Sold as a pair
Design and Benefit of Forearm Crutches
Height adjustment is something we take for granted. We push a button or twist a knob and our chair, bed, or desk moves up or down to the perfect height. For people who use crutches, having height adjustment can be a life-saver.
With traditional crutches, the height is fixed and can only be changed by getting a new pair of crutches that are the right size. This can be a challenge if you are not the same height as your caregiver. It can also be difficult to find crutches that fit well if you have large or small hands.
Living Aluminum has created a new type of crutch that has a built-in height adjustment. This means that you can easily adjust the height of your crutches to match your own body size.
BIOS Living has designed a contoured crutch tip that provides excellent traction. The umbo, or the knob on the end of the crutch tip, is designed to provide stability and grip on a variety of surfaces. The contoured shape also helps to prevent slips and falls. The BIOS Living aluminum crutches are some of the lightest on the market, and the contoured tips make them even more user-friendly. They are perfect for anyone who needs assistance getting around.
Adjustable Aluminum Crutches Specifications:
- Weight Capacity: 300 lbs / 136 kg
Height and fit adjustment:
- Stand tall with your shoes on (shoes with low heels and good support are ideal.)
- Put the crutches under your arms.
- Relax your arms and let them hang down over the crutches. There should be 2-3 finger widths between your armpit and the top of the crutch.
- with your hands hanging relaxed, the hand grips should be at wrist level.
Note: Do not lean on the tops of your crutches; distribute weight through your hands. Leaning on your crutches could cause numbness and tingling in your arms.
|Model ||Dimensions |
|Youth - 56034 ||4'6" - 5'2" / 121.9 - 157 cm |
|Adult Medium -56036 ||5'2" - 5'10" / 157 - 178 cm |
|Adult Large -56035 ||5'10" - 6'6" / 178 - 198 cm |
Buy BIOS Living Aluminum Crutches Now!
Halo Healthcare offers a wide range of crutches in Canada so you can decide which one is best for you.