Many of our crutches are double adjustable, maximising personalisation and comfortability for their users. This endeavours to promote proper posture and allows you to alleviate yourself of strain in weaker areas. Most of our crutches also have ergonomic handles, to ensure a secure grip and comfortable hold, as well as arm cuffs to further support the user and keep the elbow crutches in place.
At Complete Care Shop, you can buy adjustable elbow crutches that align with your personal style, thanks to our expansive range of designs. Whether you’re looking for a coloured set of crutches or prefer a more contemporary design, you’re certain to find the perfect pair of elbow crutches to compliment your style on our site.
When choosing the right pair of elbow crutches for you, it is important to make sure that they can seamlessly integrate into your lifestyle and serve the necessary purposes. Our elbow crutches are designed to be used in a variety of environments, with adjustable features and rubber ferrules to prevent slipping on a range of surfaces. We recommend always checking the product specification to ensure that our products are the right fit for your needs.
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Frequently asked questions about crutches
Whilst all our adjustable elbow crutches are designed to accommodate a wide range of heights and sizes, it's essential to check the specifications of the crutches to ensure they can accommodate your specific requirements. Some models have different height ranges, so if you're particularly tall or short, it's a good idea to confirm that the crutches can adjust to your needed dimensions.
Arthritic elbow crutches are designed to help people who struggle to securely grip onto handles, have reduced strength or need to alleviate pressure from their hands or arms. This is achieved by the addition of a padded forearm cushion which works to take the user’s weight, rather than relying on just the handle to do so.
Adjustable elbow crutches do require a certain level of upper body strength to use effectively. However, some individuals with limited strength may still find them manageable, especially with proper technique and practice. If you have concerns about using adjustable elbow crutches due to limited strength, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or a physical therapist. At Complete Care Shop, we offer an expert advice service and also provide a range of other mobility aids that may suit you even better.