Examples include skaters with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, unsteady gait and traumatic brain injury.
A bar that hinges and swings open and closed allows the skater to enter from behind and uses removable bail pins to attach the rear bar. The same bail pins are used to adjust the height for the correct knee angle for sitting to standing movement.
Five different heights are available, in approximate 1.5″ increments.
The back bar is where the skater sits to rest while on the ice. This is the rear crossbar which detaches on one side and swings out. This walker also folds for storage and for transport. Bottom side runners are approximately 40″ in length.
small 19″W X 20″D handles range in height from 29″ to 37″in 5 interval stops
large 29″W X 20″D handles range in height from 34″ to 42″in 5 interval stops