A gait trainer is a wheeled device that assists a person who is unable to walk independently to learn or relearn to walk safely and efficiently as part of gait training. Gait trainers are intended for children or adults with physical disabilities, to provide the opportunity to improve walking ability.
- Provide maximum support and improved posture to the user.
- Offer support for children with decreased balance, strength, and endurance.
Walkers & Rollators for Kids
Pediatric Walkers & Rollators are used by children and young adults needing assistance while walking or learning to walk. Posterior style pediatric walkers help a child interact with their environment while the frame supports them. Anterior pediatric walkers are used when a child can bear weight and take steps, merely using the walker for balance or support.
- Available in different sizes and styles.
- Accommodates maximum physical requirements.
- Walkers with wheels maneuver well over normal floor obstacles and are ideal for outdoor play areas.
- Design to meet everyone’s need, even the smallest child and provide greater balance as well as comfort.
Specialty Walker for Kids
Specialty Walkers for Kids offers numerous other benefits expect walking aid. They keep hips, knees and ankles in motion for better gait.
- Provide support and stability to the child with hypotonic due to developmental delays helping them to begin ambulation.
- Rehabilitates patients with neurological and orthopedic disabilities and disorders such as cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, knee replacements, hip replacements, head injury, single amputees.
Canes and Crutches
Canes & Crutches are used to counter mobility impairment or an injury that limits walking ability. These are lightweight, easy to use, hassle free and provide maximum relief, safety and stability to the user.
- Made from strong materials and are offered in a variety of ergonomic designs.
- Best suited for special needs children or children with permanent physical disabilities or temporary injuries.
- Crutches reduces the weight on an extremity and are relatively easy to manage and can help the patient negotiate difficulties.