If you break a bone in your leg or foot, have a procedure on your knee or lower
leg, or suffer a stroke, your doctor may recommend that you use a walking aid ...
If your orthopaedic foot and ankle specialist has said you'll need to be non-
weightbearing after a foot or ankle procedure, you might consider using crutches.
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Mar 7, 2011 ... This video draws upon the expertise of one of the physical therapists at The
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How to Use Crutches. If you are unable to bear your full weight on one leg due to
an injury or surgery, you'll have to learn how to use crutches. It's important to ...
Tips on How to Use Crutches Let's face it, crutches suck, but if you are like
millions of people every year who find themselves diagnosed with a lower leg
Mar 27, 2016 ... Crutches are often used after a leg injury, but you need to know how to use them
properly. Here are 10 tips that will help you maneuver better.
Nov 9, 2016 ... Crutches must do two things: reduce weight load on one of your legs ... Get tips
and instructions on how to use crutches, and learn about the ...
Underarm crutches are the most common type of crutch. They require balance,
dexterity, and a ...
Apr 13, 2015 ... Lean on the handles of your crutches and move your body forward. Use the
crutches for support. DO NOT step forward on your weak leg.
Have someone assist you until you master the technique of crutch use. ... Push
down on the grips as you step slightly past the crutches, leading with the GOOD ...