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Sticks, Crutches & Walking Frames

4-wheel Walkers - with Hand-brakes

Hang out your washing with the help of a 4-wheel walker
4-wheel walkers come in a variety of sizes and weight capacities

One of the greatest mobility inventions, 4-wheel walkers come in a variety of sizes and weight capacities.  All feature a seat, basket and handbrakes and give you confidence with additional support and stability.  Choose from Standard (left) Short (right), Tall and Bariatric models. Road test one today.

Max. height (ground to handlebar) 94cm | product weight = 6.7kg

4-wheel Walkers - with Push-down brakes

4-wheel walker with Push-down brakes make it easier for people with arthritis

A 4-wheel walker with Push-down brakes make it easier for people with arthritis and/or less dexterity and strength in their hands to brake comfortably by pushing down on the handle bars.  In addition when you sit on the seat, the brakes are automatically engaged by downward pressure preventing you from moving or slipping.

Elbow Crutches

Using elbow crutches will give you freedom of mobility
If you’ve suffered a knee or foot injury you’re going to need a sturdy support system. Elbow crutches offer just that – support. The arm bands are secure yet comfortable and the hand rests are cushioned for extra comfort. Our Elbow crutches come in a variety of sizes to accommodate anyone of any height.
 
Don’t let a knee or foot injury slow you down. Using Elbow crutches will give you freedom of mobility so you can get to wherever it is you need to go. Elbow crutches are best for patients with strong arms and good balance.

Folding Walking Sticks

Walking sticks are wonderful tools to improve balance or add support.
Walking sticks are wonderful tools to improve balance or add support.
Walking sticks are wonderful tools to improve balance or add support. Many people wouldn’t be able to get around and do as much as they are able to, without the use of a trusty walking stick. We’ve decided to make life a little easier for people who need to use these walking aids - with our folding sticks.
 
These sticks have three foldable joints so you can put your walking stick away, in a hand bag perhaps, and feel less conspicuous in social settings.

Gutter Crutches

Gutter crutches have full forearm support
When you’ve had an injury or illness that’s taken away some of your strength and stability, it’s important to find a mobility aid that will give those things back to you. That’s why we provide gutter crutches. These crutches have full forearm support for people who need crutches and need the extra support during short term rehabilitiation in many cases.
 
The Gutter variety are different from other crutches in that the entire forearm rests upon a cushioned platform.

Gutter Walking Frames

Gutter walking frames have comfortable, cushioned forearm rests
When dealing with a leg injury, balance is the key. For the ultimate in comfort and security, look no further than Gutter Walking Frames.
 
If the patient needing a walking aid suffers from any kind of back injury or arthritis of the arm, Gutter Walking Frames are the perfect choice.

Knee Walkers

The Steerable Knee Walker offers an alternative to crutches.
Knee walkers provides mobility to people with foot injuries

The Steerable Knee Walker offers an alternative to crutches. It can keep you active when lower limb conditions prevent weight bearing. 

Knee walkers provides mobility to people with sprained ankles, ankle, foot or heel fractures, broken bones, lower limb surgery, ruptured achilles tendons, bunions, gout, lower limb amputations and diabetics.

Available for hire and purchase.

Quad Sticks

Quad Walking Sticks are valuable to those who need extra support.
Quad Walking Sticks are valuable to those who need extra support when walking due to injury or illness.
 
What happens when a patient finds walking sticks don’t give us much support to them as they used to? Is their mobility going to be much more limited now? Will they need to start using a Walker? Not necessarily. The adjustable quad stick may be just the key! This four pronged walking stick offers a wide, flat base with rubber stops to ensure better balance and less likelihood of slipping.

Rollator Walking frames

Use a Rollator to provide additional stability
Use a Rollator to provide additional stability

Practice walking upright again after surgery or use a Rollator to provide additional support and stability for short distances around the home. 

Choose from Lift & Carry (no wheels), 4-wheels, 2-wheels and nylon glides, 2-wheels and skis for extra drag to slow you down if you go too fast.  All are fully height adjustable.

Tray mobiles

A Tray-mobile is a fixed walking frame with two trays

A Tray mobile is essentially a fixed walking frame with two trays enabling you to carry things safely from room to room. 

For example, you might want to take your lunch from the kitchen to the living room.  Choose from 4-wheels, 2-wheels with rear ski-glides or 4-wheels with hand-brakes.

Tray mobiles with hand brakes

A Tray-mobile is a fixed walking frame with two trays
A Tray-mobile is a fixed walking frame with two trays
Just because you or someone you know has had an injury or illness or finding carrying things around the house a challenge doesn’t mean their movement has to be severely restricted. There are many types of walking aids, including this wonderful mobile tray with hand brakes. The user will feel safer using this aid because the ability to stop is in the palm of their hands.
 
Independence is supported by the tray feature of this mobile. The user is able to take items from room to room without assistance.

Underarm Crutches (aka Auxiliary Crutches)

Underarm, standard, auxiliary crutches
Underarm, standard, auxiliary crutches – whatever you llke to call them you can be sure they are the most widely recognised form of crutches worldwide.
 
Our Underarm Crutches are well cushioned for extra underarm comfort for the crutch user. These crutches are available in many different sizes so that any patient will benefit from their use no matter how tall or short they may be. One size doesn’t fit all – finding the right size crutch will ensure the best stability and balance, as well as increased comfort for the patient.

Walking Sticks

Select from a variety of styles including Swan neck, Arthretic, Crook, Straight neck and T-handle (from left to right).  All fully adjustable to suit your height and preference. 

Arthretic style is availabe in left and right handed models.

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