DURA HEMIPLEGIC WALKER - Vissco Rehabilitation
DURA HEMIPLEGIC WALKER
DURA HEMIPLEGIC WALKER
DURA HEMIPLEGIC WALKER
DURA HEMIPLEGIC WALKER
DURA HEMIPLEGIC WALKER

DURA HEMIPLEGIC WALKER

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Dura

New economic aluminium, mild steel walkers with functionality that improves the quality of life of patients, so they can be independent

  • Light weight aluminium frame
  • Foldable mechanism
  • High grade rubber shoes and PVC grip

Physiotherapy Exercises

Recommended Exercise - Modified Dead Bug

Position : Supine

Lie on the back, arms crossed over the chest and hips-knees bend to 90-90 degrees with feet off the floor.

Form & Movement

Maintain chin tuck, blades set and core set. Breathe out, straighten one leg forward. Breathe in, bend the leg back to starting positon and straighten the other leg forward. Repeat while alternating the legs.

Recommended Exercise - Getting on and off 2 Pillow Sideways-High Intensity

Position : Stand

Stand next to 2 pillows with toes pointing forward.

Form & Movement

Maintain chin tuck, blades set and core set. Breathe out, get on the pillow sideways such that toes pointing forward. Breathe in, get off the pillow sideways. Increase the intensity. Repeat.

Recommended Exercise - Forward V Walk

Position : Stand

Stand with feet hip-width apart, toes pointing forward.

Form & Movement

Maintain chin tuck, blades set and core set. Breathe out, walk forward by placing the foot diagonally out at 45 degrees. Breathe in, bring the other foot close to the front foot. Repeat in an opposite direction.

Recommended Exercise - Up-Ward Kicks

Position : Prone

Lie on the stomach with legs straight forward, arms by the side and knees straight.

Form & Movement

Maintain chin tuck, blades set and core set. Breathe out, squeeze the buttock and kick the leg towards the ceiling keeping the knee straight. Breathe in, lower the leg to starting position. Repeat.

BROWSE PHYSIOTHERAPY EXERCISE LIBRARY