Having crutches properly fit for you can mean the difference between a good recovery and a miserable experience. Let us help you choose the right crutches for your condition. You'll be surprised at how comfortable and easy to use they can be when they fit properly and you are shown the correct way to use them.
Axillary or Underarm Crutches
Axillary crutches are generally made up of wood or aluminum, in such a manner that they can be easily adjusted according to the height of the person using them. These crutches are generally used by people who suffer from temporary disabilities or injuries.
Forearm crutches are the most common form of crutches used by individuals suffering from permanent disabilities. Forearm crutches are designed in a way that the person using them can slip his arm into the cuff and thus hold the grip tightly.