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How do you get around easily after leg or foot surgery, or sustaining a sprained ankle? Crutches are great but they are truly clunky and awkward to use! Plus after a while, your shoulders and underarms hurt from the pressure. These clever creations come to the rescue. Once you’ve narrowed down the choices of the best knee scooter for your needs, you’ll enjoy the freedom and independence they bring. Another bonus, they are actually fun to zoom around on.
The purpose of a knee scooter is to keep the injured leg/knee immobilized while still giving you mobility.
Offers Stable Mobility
For many active people, an injury forces them to stay in bed or on a couch with limited movement. A knee walker, provided it is approved by your medical professional for use during rehabilitation, keeps active people moving and healing at the same time.
This is especially true for individuals who live alone and would otherwise have to rely on outside help for simple household chores.
Are you tossing up between old fashioned wobbly crutches or a knee scooter.
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Eliminates Additional Assistance Costs…
A knee scooter eliminates the need and cost of additional assistance and they are designed for comfort and ease of movement in and around the home or outdoor environments.
The Different Types of Knee Scooters
Essentially there are only two main types of knee scooters. Those that are designed for indoor use and those intended for outdoor use.
They are typically easy to identify as the outdoor ‘all-terrain’ styles have heavier wheels or wheels that have a heavier looking tread to handle different surfaces much as an all-terrain vehicle has wider tires than a normal vehicle.