Thursday, 22 December 2016

Walker for Child With Cerebral Palsy

This CP Walker is easy to handle and use. Also, this Stainless Steel CP Walker is extensively used by the patient to walk properly with its external support.

CP Walker with Stainless Steel offered come in sturdy construction finish so as to provide for optimum functional support in physiotherapy sessions. For comfortable usage, these Walker for Child With Cerebral Palsy come supported by wider supporting legs, gripped handles, adjustable knobs and other supports for comfortable walking. Some of its features include function as support for disabled to gain walking practice; sturdy construction finish for lasting usage; made available at competitive prices. These walkers have four posts with wheels on each. They can help children who have issues with balance and posture.

Some people with CP have mobility issues on one side of their body and others have mobility issues on both. Some people with CP have disabilities that affect all four of their limbs and others only two. In cases where people do have some use of their upper body—or full use—they usually elect to go without a wheelchair for convenience’s sake. Walkers and crutches are commonly employed by such individuals.
Walker for Child With Cerebral Palsy

Our Price : Rs 6200


CP Walker Features:
  • Four-wheeled posture control walkers
  • Reduces the risk of fractures and osteoporosis
  • Increases bone strength
  • Low maintenance
  • Efficient working
  • Highly demanded


Parents who have children with cerebral palsy oftentimes face an entirely new round of challenges that they hadn’t anticipated when their child heads off to school. The school may or may not have adequate resources to accommodate their child and, if it does not, there may be real issues ahead for the family.

Mobility is the main issue that cerebral palsy sufferers deal with. There are varying degrees of mobility that people with CP exhibit. Some, like the child in the news story, are able to get by using a walker or crutches. Others are in a wheelchair. It depends upon how their cerebral palsy manifests.

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