Crutches: Underarm or Forearm In this video Cindy discusses Crutches: Underarm or Forearm We would love to hear from crutch users about your experiences/opinions. Please leave us a comment below! Underarm or Axillary Crutches | https://amzn.to/2KMEJWj (affiliate link) – more typically used in the United States – held under your arm with top of the […]

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Poor Balance: How’s your balance? Poor balance is a fall risk. Give us a call today and let’s schedule an appointment to discuss ways to decrease your personal fall risks. Find FREE helpful videos here: https://www.adaptiveequipmentcorner.com/youtube-videos Adaptive Equipment & Caregiving Corner wants to help improve safety and function for individuals and caregivers during daily care […]

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Crutches: Underarm or Forearm Crutches: Underarm or Forearm – In this video Cindy, PT with Adaptive Equipment Corner discusses the efficiency, posture, and comfort of both underarm crutches and forearm crutches.  Underarm or Axillary Crutches more typically used in the United States held under your arm with top of the crutch resting next to your […]

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SmartCrutch: Product Review SmartCrutch: Product Review – In this video Cindy, physical therapist with Adaptive Equipment Corner reviews a product called the SmartCrutch. This video won’t review the differences between axillary crutches (the ones that go under the arms) and forearm crutches, but be sure to click the link, Crutches: Underarm or Forearm: https://youtu.be/b19qyDwHz3Y to […]

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Crutch Caddy: Product Review Crutch Caddy: Product Review – In this video Cindy, physical therapist with Adaptive Equipment Corner reviews a product called the Crutch Caddy. Click on the link if you’re interested in purchasing the Crutch Caddy: https://www.crutchcaddyusa.com  What is a Crutch Caddy? The Crutch Caddy is a weighted disk that holds crutches in […]

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Using Crutches On the Stairs Using Crutches On the Stairs – In this vides Cindy, PT with Adaptive Equipment Corner demonstrates how to use crutches up and down stairs when the person is non weight bearing.  Remember, it is important to go slowly and use caution when going up and down stairs. This is especially […]

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iWalk 2.0: Up & Down Stairs iWalk 2.0: Up & Down Stairs – Cindy demonstrates ways to walk up and down stairs with the iWalk 2.0. Walking up and down stairs with the iWalk 2.0 will take practice to feel comfortable. You should always be careful on the stairs. Use a rail or cane on […]

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How to Easily Walk with the iWalk How to Easily Walk with the iWalk – In this video Cindy, PT with Adaptive Equipment Corner demonstrates how easy it is to use this product.  You will also learn the best way to put on the iWalk 2.0. When you first start using it you will need […]

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The Easiest Way to Assemble the iWalk The Easiest Way to Assemble the iWalk – In this video Cindy, PT with Adaptive Equipment Corner demonstrates how to assemble this product. The makers of the iWalk state that it is a “no tools required” assembly and takes under 30 minutes to put together as long as […]

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How to Adjust Crutches How to Adjust Crutches – In this video Cindy, PT with Adaptive Equipment Corner demonstrates how to adjust crutches Axillary Crutches used in demonstration above Cardinal Health Axillary Crutches https://amzn.to/2KMEJWj (affiliate link) Check out the related video links below for further instruction on how to use crutches. How to Walk with […]

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