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April 16,2021

A piece of news happened a few years ago,Lao wang is 80 years old . He suffered from cerebral thrombosis, which made his right limbs not move well and walked unsteady. Elder Wang's daughter bought him a new cane, but Elder Wang felt uncomfortable, and the brand-new cane had been left out in the corner of the room. Two days ago, Mr. Wang accidentally fell down in the corridor, but fortunately, there was no serious problem. This time he was determined to practice using the cane.


The above story emphasizes the importance of crutches. Owning a crutches is very important for the elderly. Today I will recommend a crutches that sells well in our store,the Carbon Fiber Adjustable Lightweight High Strength Colorful Walking Cane,which is Easy carry, Ultralight, High-strength, Adjustment, Durable, Ergonomics.


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cane's specification


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The crutch's advantages

.Own factory,quality assurance

.Good after sales service is the extension of the quality

.Focus on products for 25 years

.Adhere to original,there are more 100 patents

Types of crutches:


It is the most common type of cane. It looks beautiful and can be carried around. According to the shape of the handle, it is called U-shaped crutch or J-shaped crutch. Because the handle is round, you can hang it on your wrist. Because it can be used with one hand, you can use crutches, buy tickets, and hold handrails. It is very convenient for disabled persons with hemiplegia. Because the handle is too thin, it is difficult to use, so I chose a thicker handle. Using crutches is not to allow it to bear the weight of the body, but to help us walk.

Elbow crutches:

Also called crutches for rheumatism. At the upper end of the crutch, there is a crossbar, and in front of the crossbar there is a vertical handle (grip). The arm holding the handle is placed on the crossbar covered with elastic cushions, fixed with a magic band, and the whole arm is used to support the body. The material is light metal, and the height of the crossbar and the position of the handle can be adjusted. The crutches are mainly for people with rheumatoid arthritis whose fingers and hand joints cannot bear a strong load, or those with arthritis whose elbow joints cannot stretch freely because of wrist or arm disabilities.

Forearm crutches:

Above the extension line of the handle, there is a forearm supporting cuff, and the arm passes through the cuff to fix the forearm. Because there are two points of the handle and the forearm to bear the weight, the forearm can also be used. This cane is useful when the grip is not good. When letting go of the handle (grip), because the forearm supports the cuff, it can prevent the crutches from falling, and the hand can do other things. Walking aids are for those with lower body paralysis, those with lower limbs who are unable to bear the body weight, fractures, sprains, hip joints, amputations (lower limbs), and hemiplegia.


Axillary crutches:

Relatively reliable and stable, often used in severe cases after paraplegia and polio. It can be used when the stability of the elbow joint is poor, and when the stability of the wrist joint is poor, it is necessary to use the axillary crutches with a wrist joint fixation strap. Unilateral leg weakness, pain, and inability to bear full weight after surgery (such as sequelae of polio, bone and joint injuries of the tibia and lower limbs, and after fractures, after joint replacement, etc.); situations where the left and right feet cannot be used alternately, such as paraplegia . Double axillary crutches can be used for biparalysis, and one side axillary crutches can be used for complete paralysis of single lower limbs.

The correct way to use trekking poles:

1. The correct grip

The trekking pole is attached with a wrist strap. The correct way to hold it is to pass the wrist strap and hold it together with the wrist strap. In the process of going up and downhill, the wristband can support the palm of the hand, and it will be more labor-saving to use. Even if you accidentally let go, the trekking pole will not be left behind.

2. The most suitable length: the height of the elbow 90 degrees

The height of each person is different, and the length used will not be the same. Generally speaking, the state of the elbow perpendicular to 90 degrees is the most standard height.

It should be noted here that trekking poles basically have three sections. When adjusting the length, the length of each section should be divided equally. Don’t one of the sections is particularly long or very short. The structure with even force will be the most stable. status.


3. Short or no adjustment on the uphill

When going uphill, you can adjust the length according to the environment (not necessary), stand the trekking poles on both sides, and use the strength to lift the body up. Many people are accustomed to placing trekking poles higher than their feet, and then deadlift to push the body upward. This way of use is prone to injury or pain in the wrist, so it is not recommended. Remind everyone that in the process of using trekking poles, its position should never be higher than the position of the feet.

4. Adjust the length when going downhill

The most important purpose of trekking poles is to reduce the force on the knees when going downhill. Therefore, when going downhill, the trekking poles must be adjusted to an appropriate length according to the slope (usually the steeper the slope, the longer the adjustment). When walking, the trekking poles should be lowered first, and the footsteps should be lightened and then followed down. The correct use method will significantly reduce the force on the knees. After a long time, the muscles of the thighs will be less sore due to excessive tension.

5. Use double sticks

Use two sticks to protect the knees of the left and right feet at the same time, unless you are willing to change your left and right hands tirelessly when going downhill...otherwise the effect of a single stick is actually very limited. People who are not accustomed to holding trekking poles will hinder their movements at first, but it takes time to develop the habit. Once you get used to holding double poles, you will find that your knees are much easier. On muddy and slippery roads, trekking poles It is also a very good balance aid.


For the elderly, we must pay more attention on the cructhes cane selection. Hope above all can make a difference for buying the best folding canes.If you have any requirement,call +86-13926819555 or +86769-85548599.