Crutch ERGOTECH. UNIT or PAIR
An Ultra-Soft Padded Handle Which May be Collapsible. Aluminum Tubes of High Quality
Crutches with tubes of high quality aluminum for maximum strength with minimum weight (Weight: 510 g./unidad).
Aluminum tubes with patented “Backbone Structure” for maximum rigidity and safety of the crutch system.
Protective lacquer epoxy tubes.
Fist soft and flexible tip, so that even angled, maintains maximum contact with the surface for safety.
The handle can be folded back, which is a great advantage for storage and also provides more stability to the stick when placed against the wall.
Weight: 510 g.
Max. User: 130 Kg.
Height handle: between 685 and 980 mm.
Height adjustment: 14 regulations at intervals of 25 mm.
Distance between handgrip and forearm: between 215 and 263 mm.
Ultra-soft padded handle.
SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE ERGOTECH CRUTCH:
4 position, easy push button design for a custom fit.
Compact Folding Grip…
Push button release system for quick and easy storage.
ErgoTech Weighs just 1.12 lbs. (508g)…
Welcome to FDI Crutches
FDI is based in the city of Lyon, France and has been developing and manufacturing innovative walking aids since 1995.
They design, manufacture and market a range of “State of the Art” walking aids.
Focused on safety and comfort.
FDI heavily invests in innovative design and materials.
To provide superior walking aids.
That are adaptable to a wide range of individual users.
Each model is engineered with the highest standard of integrity and feature modern, ergonomic designs.
FDI controls each step of the manufacturing process.
From R&D, design, industrialization to production.
This gives FDI the flexibility to quickly respond to customer needs.
And stay ahead of the competition through innovation and efficient “in house” production.
Older people with disabilities: crutches, cane or walker?
The crutch is a support for the human body designed for the purpose of assisting the walk.
When one of the lower extremities requires additional support during displacement.
Commonly when a person suffers from an inability to walk with any of these.
Walking with two crutches aluminum.
Generally the use of crutches is in pairs, to facilitate walking of the individual and have two points of support for the body..
Walking with two crutches of aluminum.
Generally the use of crutches is in pairs, to facilitate walking of the individual and have two points of support for the body.
Mobility problems are common in older people for different reasons:
- feeling of weakness,
- balance problems,
- having suffered a fracture after a fall …
Technical aids such as crutches, canes or walkers, are the most commonly used to help these people.
Keep in mind that learning to use this aid is not something that is done automatically.
Therefore have to teach as to use person considering the best way to use and purpose with which they want to use.