Crutches

If you've recently suffered from an injury to your lower half, you may be wondering, "Where can I find crutches at a reasonable price?" At Lindsey Medical Supply, we offer a variety of standard crutches, suitable for all ages, as well as crutch substitutes, like a knee crutch, or the new iWalk3.




Standard Crutches


Standard crutches can be incredibly useful after a leg and/or foot injury. Most crutches can be adjusted to fit several different heights and conveniently disassemble for travel. Forearm crutches help relieve the pressure that's put on your hands, or wrists, when using crutches for a long period of time.


They can also provide increased stability for those who have trouble keeping their balance. Depending on the injury, and your level of mobility, a medical professional may recommend a specific type of crutch. Talk to your doctor to learn about which type of crutches would work best for you.

Forearm Crutches


Knee Walker

Crutch Substitutes


A good alternative to conventional crutches is the significantly more mobile Knee Walker. You can add an attachable basket to the front to hold things like magazines or electronic devices. The knee pad is also offset to prevent your foot from getting snagged by the back wheels.


If the knee pad isn't a soft as you'd prefer, we have fleece liners to help with comfortability. Aside from the advantages of the Knee Walker, you'll be having so much fun scooting around that you may forget about your injury!




The iWalk3


Everyone knows that crutches hurt. They hurt your hands, your wrists, your underarms. They're exhausting to use. That's because your hands and arms were not designed for walking. That's what your legs are for. Why use your arms to operate the crutches when your leg could do the work it's supposed to?


The iWalk3 is a new hands free crutch that straps to your thigh, knee, and ankle. It's completely hands free and doesn't require the use of any other limb. Once you're strapped in, you'll be walking within minutes!


iWalk3.0


Injuries to your lower half are no laughing matter. If you've ever had to wear a cast, you may have realized that it's easy to take the ability to use your limbs for granted. The inconvenience of not being able to use one of your legs can seriously impair your locomotion. Fortunately, we have devices like crutches to pick up the slack when injuries like this happen. If you're looking for crutches because of a recent injury, or a replacement for your current crutches, you'll find it at Lindsey Medical Supply located in Oklahoma.

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