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  1. Millennial Medical In-Motion Forearm Crutch
    Excellent except for the positioning of t he hand grips..
    Crutches very good except the hand grips are not positioned correctly. And evidently almost impossible to remove and reposition.
    (Review by Paul)
  2. Millennial Medical In-Motion Forearm Crutch
    Great Product.
    Great product, it can be folded and make it really easy to transport and and store, comfortable and very strong.
    (Review by Will)
  3. Millennial Medical In-Motion Forearm Crutch
    Easier and more convenient to use than underarm crutches..
    For a country that is so advanced, I cannot understand why antiquated underarm crutches are still predominately used in the United States. When I broke my ankle, the first thing
    (Review by Jodi)
  4. Millennial Medical In-Motion Forearm Crutch
    A very comfortable crutch.
    I really like these crutches, but (I know, buts are bad.....) there is an issue with regards to the height, I am apparently one of the few that is in
    (Review by KMC)

Forearm Crutch | Forearm Crutches - Canadian Crutches - Elbow Crutch & More!

Forearm Crutches


Forearm Crutches are Crutches used to help patients with a foot or leg injury regain mobility. A forearm crutch is shorter than a normal Walking Crutch and is not positioned under the arm pit. Instead, the Forearm Crutch has a cuff that goes around the forearm for stability and a hand grip for moving the forearm crutch in the direction of travel. The cuff on the forearm crutch is made of plastic or metal and is either a half-circle or nearly a full circle with a V-type opening that facilitates the forearm slipping into the cuff. The leg of the forearm crutch is often telescoping to accommodate the differing heights of patients. Forearm Crutches are available for purchase in the following options: Heavy Duty Forearm Crutch and Lightweight Forearm Crutch. The Forearm Crutch is sometimes referred to as a Canadian Crutch or Elbow Crutch. Many orthopedic surgeons prefer the Forearm Crutch over the traditional walking crutch because of its easy handling and smaller size. Using a crutch regularly helps the recovering patient exercise muscles and provide rehabilitation. Leading manufacturers of Forearm Crutches or Canadian Crutches include Drive Medical Forearm Crutches, Invacare Forearm Crutches, and Millennial Medical Forearm Crutches. Vitality Medical carries a large selection of crutches on sale. Order some new crutches today online and start moving!

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