Advantage Crutches from Millennial Medical are underarm crutches that use the advances in modern technology to provide a more comfortable Walking Crutch. Advantage Crutches are less tiring and are much easier to walk with than Standard Crutches. Advantage Crutches increase the mobility of patients who require the use of Crutches to get around. Similar to the Millennial Medical In-Motion Crutches, the Advantage Crutches are less expensive and come without the Spring Assist.
Millennial Medical Advantage Crutches Features & Benefits
Double reinforced strut provides strength and durability throughout the crutch handle.
Provide easier walking than standard crutches.
Millennial Medical Advantage Crutches Specifications
Millennial Medical Advantage Crutches Product Numbers: MWD4000C, MWD4500C.
Size Options: Short or Tall.
Short: fits users 4’7” to 5’7” (cradle adjusts to 9 different height positions 42.5” to 50.5”, handles adjust 5 different height positions from 11.5” to 16” below the cradle)
Tall: fits users 5’7” to 6’10” (cradle adjusts to 13 different height positions 50” to 62.5”, handles adjust 5 different height positions from 14” to 21” below the cradle)
Weight: Each assembled crutch 2.0 lbs.
Weight Capacity: 350 lbs.
Color: Charcoal Grey
Aluminum Type: T6 6061
For single patient use only.
Shipping box size & weight: 22 x 16 x 4 inches, 4.9 lbs.
HCPCS Billing Code E0114
Millennial Medical Advantage Crutch Warranty: 1 year, parts or replacement.
As a bariatric patient, I am using crutches for long time. These crutches are far better compared to other simple crutches. I think that this is an ergonomic product and can make my life easier. It is well designed to provide highest amount of blood flow and decreased trauma to the nervous system.
Loving the crutch
(Posted on 4/22/11)
My roommate Monica, got fractured after she slipped at school. She has cast on her left leg and has to use a crutch temporarily. She still use this as of now and she looks comfortable with it. It's also great that the height is adjustable, she said she will donate it to someone after she's healed.