Lightweight Aluminium and Plastic Elbow Support Walking Stick
The lightweight Aluminium and Plastic Elbow Support Walking Stick is recommended for Seniors, Elderly, Aged cares, People with disabilities and Injury Rehabilitation
Do you feel like it is a struggle walking more than a few minutes?
Do you feel weak, tired and unstable on your feet?
Do you have knee pain or hip pain or are recovering after surgery?
Features of the Elbow Support Walking Stick:
- Lightweight design
- Extra Stability and Support for long term users
- Durable Material
- Elbow support for less pressure long term
Specifications of the Elbow Support Walking Stick:
- Weight: 0.2 Kgs
- Weight Capacity: 70Kgs
- Height Range: 93-118Cms
- Material: Pole- Aluminium, Elbow Support- Plastic
- Colour: Pole- Light Silver, Elbow Support- Grey
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Frequently Asked Questions:
1-What are elbow support walking sticks used for?
Elbow Support Walking Sticks or Forearm crutches are often used for longer term injuries and illnesses. They use more upper body strength than underarm crutches, but they give you more control over your movement. They tend to be easier to use on uneven terrain and stairs.
2-How do you use a walking stick for support?
When standing up straight, the top of your walking stick should reach to the crease in your wrist. Your elbow should be slightly bent when you hold your walking stick. Hold the walking stick in the hand opposite the side that needs support. For example, if your right leg is injured, hold the walking stick in your left hand.
3-What's the point of a walking stick?
Walking sticks provide a basic level of support and are designed to assist with balance. They can also be used to assist if someone has an injured leg and requires less weight on the affected leg.
4- Who would benefit from a walking stick?
People who would benefit from an Elbow Support Walking Stick are People with long term injuries, Seniors, Elderly, Aged care, people with some types of disability and children. Children generally benefit from Elbow Support Walking Sticks as they provide more support and stability than a regular walking stick.
Walking sticks improve support and stability. Walking sticks help you maintain proper posture, especially in the upper back, and may help to strengthen upper back muscles. Walking sticks take some of the load off your lower back, hips and knees, which may be helpful if you have arthritis or back problems.
5- What type of walking sticks are there?
There are many different types of walking sticks used for different purposes.