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About Walking Stick Tripod
Tynor Walking Stick Tripod is designed to provide full weight bearing when one leg is physically challenged because of a nervous disorder, fracture, disease, injury etc. More and more professionals prefer usage of Walking Stick Tripod over the conventional single pod walking stick, because of greater stability and confidence of the patient
High load bearing
Stable and durable
High load bearing and durability. Provides greater stability and enhance confidence of the user. Provides confidence and stability to a very weak patient.
Ambidextrous, accurate and smooth size adjustment.
Combination of Light weight, durability and good weight bearing.
Perfect aesthetics and longer functional life of the product
Anatomical handle is more comfortable.
Aluminium and mild steel body.
Superior surface coatings.
Polymer Pod:Anti slip properties, more durable and better aesthetics.
Maximum/minimum height 984/745 mm, Total weight 700 gms, Maximum Load capacity 110 Kg.
Tynor Walking Stick is a general purpose walking aid, which can be used by geriatric or weak patients,
Can be used as post operative rehabilitation aid.
How to use
People often try to use a walking stick on their weak side. In fact, it goes on the strong side, but moves with the weak side.
Using the walking stick in the hand opposite your weakness shifts your body weight to the stronger side
place it about 2 inches in front or to the side of you, not way out in front. Move the affected leg and the cane together, so that each side shares the load.
To climb stairs : move your good leg first. Follow with your affected leg and cane simultaneously. When going down stairs, start with the cane, then put your weak leg forward, and follow with your good leg. “Up with the good, down with the bad” makes this easy to remember.
Should be in the opposite hand of the injured side.
The cane should always move with the injured side.
Walking stick does not cover white canes for the blind. In order for Medicare Part B to cover a walking stick, the patient must have a prescription for it from a doctor.