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US20110290290 CRUTCH AND A GRIP UNIT THEREOF  
A crutch has a standing unit, an armpit rest and a grip unit. The standing unit has a top, a foot and multiple positioning holes defined between the top and the foot. The armpit rest is mounted on...
US20130291913 WALKING AID SUPPORT  
A support for a walking aid such as a crutch, a walker or a cane is disclosed. The support is configured for providing enhanced balance on adverse terrain that may contain obstacles and/or have...
US20130146111 ERGONOMIC CRUTCH GRIPS  
A set of ergonomic handgrips and arm pads make the use of crutches or other walking assist devices more comfortable and less likely to cause repetitive stress injuries. A metacarpal protrusion of...
US20140166061 Crutch  
An articulated grip pad is disclosed which includes a vertical supporting member that has a generally spherical bottom end. The crutch also includes a gripping pad having a bore. The generally...
US20120255589 CRUTCH  
An articulated grip pad is disclosed which includes a vertical supporting member that has a generally spherical bottom end. The crutch also includes a gripping pad having a bore. The generally...
US20130263901 Handgrip for a Crutch  
An improved hand grip for an ambulatory crutch. The improved handgrip is offset from the plane of the crutch with the forward end of the grip lower than the rear end of the grip, and with the rear...
US20110240077 ASSISTIVE MOBILITY DEVICE  
The present invention is directed to an assistive mobility device, for example a walking stick or a crutch, for ergonomically assisting its user to traverse both urban and more challenging terrain....
US20140096804 MOBILITY APPARATUS FOR PERSON WITH LOWER LEG INJURY  
A leg supporting crutch apparatus includes a crutch having an underarm support structure, a support surface engagement structure, and a hand grip. A central portion of a torso engaging structure,...
US20120060879 Hand grip and device comprising a hand grip  
A hand grip is disclosed. The hand grip has a cross-sectional profile and an axial extent delimited by opposing ends thereof, in which a resilient extension portion is provided at one side of the...
US20130180558 BIOMECHANICALLY DERIVED CRUTCH  
A crutch having a first side direction, a second side direction opposite the first side direction, a third side direction perpendicular to the first side direction and a fourth side direction...
US20110168218 BIOMECHANICALLY DERIVED CRUTCH  
A crutch having a first side direction, a second side direction opposite the first side direction, a third side direction perpendicular to the first side direction and a fourth side direction...
US20080223424 Upper arm crutch  
The invention, referred to as the Upper Arm Crutch, pertains to crutches used by the disabled to facilitate walking. The Upper Arm Crutch allows the user's weight to be supported with the arm...
US20110108075 ERGONOMIC CRUTCH  
A method for upgrading a crutch, comprising the steps of providing a crutch having a leg, a first saddle, a first handle and a first foot; providing a second saddle different from the first saddle;...
US20090266392 Crutch cushion, crutch system and kit  
A crutch cushion, a crutch cushion kit and crutch system that includes the crutch cushion. The crutch cushion includes a body having rear, front, right side, left side, top and bottom surfaces, and...
US20080283104 REINFORCED AXILLARY CRUTCH WITH ADJUSTABLE HANDGRIP  
An axillary crutch is disclosed in the invention; the axillary crutch has a body comprised of two opposite shafts, each shaft has a wall portion embedded therein, so that the wall portions may...
US20100024857 CRUTCH  
An articulated grip pad is disclosed which includes a vertical supporting member that has a generally spherical bottom end. The crutch also includes a gripping pad having a bore. The generally...
US20090114257 Handle and a Walking Aid Incorporating the Same  
A walking aid comprises a leg with a handle located part way up the leg; the leg having a region below the handle which in use may engage the ground as a user leans onto the walking aid; and a...
US20100071739 PIN TYPE ONE POLE CRUTCHES  
Provided is a method of conveniently adjusting a height of a crutch that improves a conventional method of adjusting a length of a medical crutch and a height of a hand grip thereof. The...
US20090044847 Ergonomic cane handle  
A handle for a cane that includes a bulbous protrusion formed on the underside of the handle, against the shaft. The shape and dimensions of the bulbous protrusion better accommodates the natural...
US20130319489 Ergonomic Crutch  
A novel crutch comprising a series of elements angled with respect to each other so as to provide a stable platform for supporting a user's weight while reducing injury.
US20110094551 Ergonomic crutch  
A novel crutch comprising a series of elements angled with respect to each other so as to provide a stable platform for supporting a user's weight while reducing injury.
US20080173340 Hand grip for crutches, walkers, canes and other ambulatory devices  
An improved hand grip for crutches, walkers, canes and other ambulatory devices consists of a body portion and at least one attachment element. The body portion has a base, an upper exterior...
US20050133078 Hand-gripped device for assistance in lowering to and rising from a seated position  
A portable device that is easily engageable with a stationary fitting in the home or in an automobile, and that is used to assist a person in an ambulatory transition such as lowering oneself from...
US20050257818 Walking cane  
A walking cane comprising a handle and a shaft is provided. The shaft defines a handle end portion which may be castellated. And, the handle defines an aperture wherein the aperture may have a...
US20060011229 Strength-conserving pneumatic walking stick  
A strength-conserving pneumatic walking stick comprised of a walking stick main member, an air pressure adjustor, and a support member, with the pneumatic walking stick air pressure adjustor...
US20060118154 Crutches that convert into canes and methods for conversion of same  
The present invention is directed to a crutch/cane assembly that can be converted from a crutch into a cane, or vice-versa. The crutch/cane assembly has first and second elongated members, an arm...
US20100186791 BIOMECHANICALLY DERIVED CRUTCH  
A crutch having a first side direction, a second side direction opposite the first side direction, a third side direction perpendicular to the first side direction and a fourth side direction...
US20100186790 BIOMECHANICALLY DERIVED CRUTCH  
A crutch having a first side direction, a second side direction opposite the first side direction, a third side direction perpendicular to the first side direction and a fourth side direction...
US20090101188 Lightweight Single Tube Crutch  
A height adjustable crutch includes a single tube member, a foot grip, an underarm support, and a handle. The single tube member has a central axis along which a main member, a telescoping top...
US20120318313 TUBULAR CRUTCH WITH A CANTILEVER HANDLE  
A tubular crutch including a tubular crutch body, a cantilever handle and a ground engaging extension is described. The tubular crutch body includes a tubular posterior stabilizing element, a first...
US20130276845 Anti-Slip Foot Assembly  
An anti-slip foot assembly for a strut is disclosed. An embodiment of the anti-slip assembly includes a heel pad adapted to resist normal forces applied by the strut, a plurality of independently...
US20100236591 Ambulation Assistance Apparatus and Methods  
Aspects of the inventive technology include, in various embodiments, novel ambulation assistance apparatus with upper and lower force absorbers, perhaps with different displacement per force rates,...
US20100236590 Mobility device  
An improved mobility device for assisting in the movement of the limbs is set forth. The device includes an arm support section. A vertical shaft is also provided. A handgrip section connects the...
US20070256718 Mobility device  
A mobility device for enhancing movement of a user limited by illness or injury made from an elongated element with a plurality of longitudinally adjacent sections with a sloped forearm cradling...
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