Getting On RollerFoot Knee Scooter

Posted on : 30 Noviembre, -0001
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This video shows how to get on the HANDS FREE RollerFoot knee scooter walker by a person after a foot surgery while she is no weight bearing on her foot. Starting with the patient seating and resting the injured leg on top of the RollerFoot. The elevated leg reduces the flow of blood to the injury thus minimizing the pain. This pain is common following all foot, bunion or toe surgeries for the first few weeks, so the knee scooter RollerFoot allows the patient to elevate her leg while seating. To get on the RollerFoot knee walker, the patient turns it sideways, detaches one side of the straps, puts her injured leg on the gel-padded cushion and straps down the two Velcro straps and she is ready to roll. Strapping on to the RollerFoot knee walker scooter takes about 3 to 5 seconds. Unstrapping and getting off the device takes about 2 seconds. The two straps are firmly holding the unit attached to the patient’s leg, so it is easy to lift the RollerFoot by the leg if needed. The RollerFoot weighs about 7 lb (3.5 kg). RollerFoot HANDS FREE knee scooter walker has no handle bar for steering, like all the rest of the existing knee scooters walkers on the market. This way the patient is able to use her both hands in the normal way for every day tasks. The small size of the RollerFoot allows patient to get closer to the work space (tables, counters, sinks, toilets, stoves, etc.). To rent or purchase the RollerFoot knee scooter walker visit our website:

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