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Dr Trust Walker
Thank you and congratulations for choosing and buying the “Dr Trust Walker” . We have made this product with utmost care to ensure quality so that all users can enjoy walking independence with peace of mind. Here is the users manual that contains all important information related to the walker and the guidelines for its safe use. Whosoever sets up, adjusts, or uses the walker should first read the shared information and instructions to ensure safe and correct use.
If you have any queries related to the Dr Trust Walker, please contact to our Customer Care department directly. Contact information is given in the end of this manual.
HOW TO USE THE WALKER
- Three-point Gait
- Wheelchair To Walker Transfer
- Wheelchair to Walker Transfer (with lower extremity injury to right leg or foot)
Dr Trust Walker is ergonomically designed to provide a large base of support and balance to a person who is unable to walk or who needs mobility assistance because of age or other medical conditions like nervous disorder, fracture, surgery, stroke etc. It is made up of anodized aluminum frames which are durable and lightweight. The rubber bottoms allow the users to walk comfortably and safely on a variety of surfaces. Its feet also facilitate a strong grip on the floor and aids in maintaining a balance while walking. Additionally, with easy to open and fold design it offers more relaxed and stable walk for users every time.
Weight Capacity: 100 kg
- Open the package and remove all contents from it.
- Carefully open walker and engage its rear push locks and it is ready to use.
- This is a walking aid only. It is not to be used as a transportation device.
- Do not attempt to operate walker withoutreading and understanding the instructions contained in this manual.
- Make sure that this walker has been fully opened and adjusted to your height. The handles should be at the level of your hips. Your elbows should be slightly bent when you hold the handles.
- Must test it for stability before applying full weight to hand grips.
If you fail to understand the instructions given in the manual, serious bodily injury and damage may occur. To understand the cautions and instructions correctly contact a professional or technical personnel before use.
WALKER KEY FEATURES
- A lightweight aluminum u-shape frame that combines strength & durabilityfor the user to maneuver.
- Comfortable with contoured hand grips
- Can be adjusted to accommodate all users
- Easy folding and push mechanism with safety lock eases transportation and storage.
- Made up of stable and sturdy anodized aluminum
- Promotes natural walking.
- Very reliable working with reverse-roll locks..
- Easy to carry & fold.
- Designed to provide full weight bearing.
- Smooth functioning ensured.
- Each side operates independently to allow easy movement through narrow spaces and greater stability while standing.
- Unique U-shaped frame design creates greater clearance.
- Comfortable use with pleasing looks.
- The patient is able to bring the walker closer to assist in standing because of the improved cross-frame.
- Have a rubber tip on the bottom of each of the four legs.
- Frame folds easily using the push button mechanism
- Maximum stability when standing
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- Reciprocating lightweight walking frame made of durable anodized aluminium. Walking frame helps people to move easily inside and outside. Suitable for people with limited ability to walk and especially for those who has problems with balance.
WALKER USAGE BASICS
- It does not have wheels, soyou will need to lift it and place it in front of you to move forward.
- All its 4 tipsneed to be on the ground before you put your weight on it.
- Look forward when you are walking, not down at your feet.
- Use a chair with armrests to make sitting and standing easier.
FOLDING AND UNFOLDING THE WALKER
- To unfold the walker, pull the handgrip and rearlegs away from each other, and the walker should begin to unfold. Continue to unfold the frame until the latch snap buttons extend and lock.
- To fold the walker, face it from the open end,depress the latch snap buttons, tilt the walker so that it rests on its rear legs only, and push the front legs towards the rear legs.
WALKER HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
- Adjust the height of the walker in a way so that the top, rear bar is aligned with the middle of the user's buttocks. To do this, press the snap buttons on each leg and slide the leg up or down as needed.
- After installing or adjusting the legs, must check all four leg extensions are adjusted to the same height, using the same snap button hole.
- The snap buttons protrude fully from the adjustment holes.
Height Measurement: Measured from the floor to top of the grip. This should match the height from the floor to the middle of the user’s buttocks.
HOW TO USE THE WALKER
It is a walker without wheels. It has a rubber tip on the bottom of each of the four legs.
To walk safely, you need to stand inside the frame, grasp the handles on each side, lift the walker, place it down a few inches in front of you, and then you step forward.
Align the middle of your feet with the back legs of the walker. (pic 1)
Lift the walker up and place it in front of you making sure all four legs end up on the floor. (pic 2)
Carefully walk forward, one step at a time. (pic 3)
Wheelchair To Walker Transfer
Make certain that the wheels of the wheelchair are locked. Lift your body by pushing down on the arm-rest and carefully transfer, one hand at a time, to the walker (You can also ask for assistance if you feel uncertain). [Pic 1 (two images)]
Wheelchair to Walker Transfer (with lower extremity injury to right leg or foot)
Make certain the wheels of the wheelchair are locked. Lift your body by pushing down on the arm-rests and carefully transfer the left hand first, followed by the right hand (if the injury is on the left leg or foot, transfer the right hand first, followed by the left). [Pic 2 (two images)]
Walker is ergonomically shaped which provides a larger base of support and aids in maintaining a balance while walking. The released handles make it easy to open and close for enhanced stability and comfort.
- Adjust the walker so that when your arm is extended, the walker handle is at wrist height.
- Elbows should be flexed at 20°to 30 .
Be aware of;
- Throw rugs
- Cracks in the floor
- Liquids or puddles
MAINTENANCE AND CARE
- Inspect the walker regularly. Tighten the nutsand bolts as necessary.
- If a problem is discovered that may impact theproduct’s function, immediately eradicate it.
- Use water and, if needed, soap to clean the
- Avoid any undue stress to the walker whileusing, storing, or transporting it.
- Each time you unfold or adjust the walker, ensure that snap buttons fully extend from their corresponding holes.
- Do notuse this product without reading and understanding the instructions explained in this manual.
- Do not use with broken or missing body
- Do not go on stairs, slopes, or rampswith this walker.
- Do nottry to exceed the size and weight limits.
- Do not use the productin any way other than described herein.
- This is for individual use only andis not to be used as a wheelchair.
- Do notexceed the maximum weight capacity as this could result a serious injury. Its maximum weight capacity: 100kg
- Do not use thewalker to walk backwards, down gradients or to climb stairs, curbs, or to go over obstacles
- Serious risk of fall or injury may occur.
- Do notperform any adjustments to the walker while it is in use.
- Do not use the walkerto provide assistance while rising from a lower position. If you use it to pull yourself up to a standing position this could result in a fall.
- Do not hang anything from the frame of the walker.
Serious injury may result from improper use of this walker. If you are unable to understand the warnings, cautions, or instructions, contact a health care professional, dealer, or technical personnel before use—otherwise serious bodily injury and damage may occur. Even you can ask your doctor, physical, or occupational therapist or other qualified professional to assure the proper height adjustment.
Q & A
Who Would Need a Walker?
A walker is a good option for those who are in need of mobility assistance. Also, those with poor upper arm strength, or who are unable to balance may prefer the security offered by a walker. It allows individuals to walk independently and aid in accommodating a more active lifestyle.
What are the benefits of using a walker?
Walkers are good choices for individuals with limited mobility and special functionality needs. They offer these people the best and safest choice to regain their freedom and independence of motion. They increase confidence and make them more independent. Additionally, there is less danger of falling. Posture, strength and endurance may improve.
How to Use a Walker Properly
Individuals should hold both handles firmly, but without causing tension in the hands. The arms bend at the elbows. Walk slowly, at a steady pace, and stay alert for obstacles that could cause a fall. While the other way is by following the general guidelines explained in the manual, one can use the walker properly. .
If an item proves defective within two years of the original purchase, we will provide you with replacement parts in order to correct that defect. Wear and tear, and the items listed under MAINTENANCE AND CARE” are not covered by the warranty. The purchaser, owner, and user assume all risk of personal and property injury due to the use of the equipment.
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