What exactly distinguishes MD CRUTCH from conventional forearm walking aids?
Not only does the MD CRUTCH look good, it also has some well thought out features.
If you press the button at the top of the grip, you can fold the grip to the side, which can be very useful for opening the door. When you return the grip to its original position, the button will snap back into place so that you can grasp the grip again normally.
Never walk with the support when the grip is folded to the side!
Thanks to the arm rest the wrists are relieved and protected.
Under the armrest there is a button that can be unlocked. This makes the armrest foldable. When the armrest is folded out you have more freedom of movement in your arms and hands and do not have to put the crutches aside.
However, it is important that you fix the support again before you continue your walk.
The position of the forearm bands can be adjusted and changed individually.
Since the weight of the crutch is distributed on the forearm and not on the wrists, you can swing excellently when running. "Swinging" is a well-known gait pattern in people with leg amputations, so the MD CRUTCH is especially suitable for such people.
The special rubber capsule supports the swinging gait pattern and has a springy and shock-absorbing effect when running.