Advances in Adult Walkers

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Adult walkers were once considered as complicated assistive equipment. Outmoded adult walkers include supports and protective harnesses that were too burdensome for a person to use.Obsolete adult walkers also damage not only the walls and floors, but also the users’ feet and ankle. Outdated adult walkers require too much energy from the users to move […]

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The Development of Drive Walkers

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Mobility assistive devices are not new to mankind. Canes and crutches go back into prehistoric times. These primitive canes and crutches were first shaped after sticks. Drive walkers today are unrecognizable from the modest sticks. Individuals who experience gait problems as a result of bilateral lower extremity weakness, those suffering from incoordination and those needing […]

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