Tag Archives: Millennial crutch

Mobility aid review: MTip crutch tip

Disclaimer: I received this product for free in exchange for an honest review. I’ve come to think of crutch tips as shoes, since the stick parallels the leg; this is particularly true for people who use two crutches and/or swing … Continue reading

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Millennial forearm crutch update

So it’s been about a year since I got my stick, and I’ve been using it heavily on concrete for the last half. Overall, I’m pleased with the way it’s held up.

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Quick tip: “ergonomic” vs. “anatomic”

Just a quick note, which I should have mentioned earlier. There’s an occasional regional difference when you’re talking about anatomical and/or ergonomic crutch handles. “Anatomical” and “ergonomic” seem to be used interchangeably on US sites to describe the broad handle … Continue reading

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Mobility aid review: Tornado Rain Tip crutch tip

As I was saying, I’ve been doing a fair bit of long walking. That means my forearm crutch as well as my body is getting some more wear. So in addition to modifying my grip with the Bionic arthritis glove, … Continue reading

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Mobility aid review: Millennial ergonomic forearm crutch

Post updated to reflect updates to the manufacturer’s website. I recently acquired a forearm crutch because of fatigue and pain in my legs. Walkers are too difficult for me to maneuver, including hemi walkers, and canes hurt like hell. I … Continue reading

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