Add: ZhangJiaDi Village, WangQingTuo Town, WuQing District, TianJin, China
General manager: Miss.Carry
The following is an example of paraplegia and hemiplegia. Paraplegic patients often need two axillary crutches to walk. Patients with hemiplegia usually use only walking sticks, and the two methods are different.
(1) axillary walking of paraplegic patients: according to the order of movement of the axillary stick and foot, it can be divided into the following forms:
(1) alternately trailing the floor. The method is to extend the left axillary crutch, then extend the right axillary crutch, and then both feet pull the ground forward to reach the side of the axillary stick.
(2) at the same time, mop the floor: it is also known as "swing to step", that is to say, extend two crutches at the same time, and then both feet pull the ground forward to reach the side of the axillary stick.
(3) four point walking: the first way is to extend the left axillary crutch, then take the right foot, then extend the right axillary crutch, and finally take the right foot.
(4) three point walking: the first step is to stretch out one side of the lower muscle strength and two sides of the axillary stick simultaneously, and then extend the opposite side foot (the better side of the muscle strength).
Two point walking: the method is to extend the side armpit and the side feet simultaneously, and then extend the remaining axillary crutch and foot.
Walking: the method is similar to the step, but the double foot does not drag the ground, but it is in the air, so the pace is larger and the speed is faster. The patient's trunk and upper limb control must be better, otherwise it is easy to fall.