A new concept that sets the forearm crutches to your needs avoiding tendonitis, hands and shoulder pain. No noise, silent walking on crutches with unique style and comfort.
Discover INDESmed crutch patented adjusting system:
Handgrip and arm support can be accurate and separately adjusted, improving user comfort, health and stability.
The Smart Curved design, makes the user feel free while wearing a stylish, lightweight accessory that stands the test of time.
Crutches for kids or crutches for adults - you will find the forearm crutches you´re looking for at INDESmed.
World's lightest crutch Sport Edition
For Extreme users
World's lightest crutch!
Fully ergonomic and colorful
No pain, no tendinitis
Best crutches for your hands and arms.
Light, sturdy funny crutches for kids
silicone handle pads for INDESmed crutches and canes.
High safety crutch tip, best gripping, even in wet floor.
Highly non slip tips. Improved safety. Pack of 2 tips.
Open/close cuff style for INDESmed forearm crutches.
Crutch Open Cuff. 3 sizes available.
Crutches cuff belts.
adjustable handle for crutches and canes.
Avoid hand and wrist pain!
Walk on ice with your INDESmed crutches
Crutch tips for ice and snow
Open cuff crutch accessories
Open/Close cuff crutch lock
4 x Crutches cap spares
Before you use them for the first time, you should adjust the forearm crutches to your height. To do this, please stand upright in a step position. The leg to be relieved should be at the front. Next to this leg put the crutches.
Let your elbows stretch loosely and your arms on the sides. You should keep your elbow joints slightly flexed and never fully stretch them so as not to overload them. Be careful not to pull your shoulders up.
To find the optimal setting for your crutches, find the spot where the wrist is most noticeable. That should be the correct height at which we will slide the handle through the stick.
We will place the cuff just below the elbow.
The INDESmed crutches, allow an independent adjustment of these two elements (handle and cuff) with milimetric fitting, so that the user gets an adequate mobility aid exactly to his need for support in the most natural position possible.