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Roscoe Medical Knee Scooter Color: White

Roscoe Medical Knee Scooter Color: White
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Roscoe Medical® Knee Scooter - White
An easy-to-use alternative to crutches to help continue an active lifestyle.

Roscoe Medical's Knee Scooter is great for patients who are unable to put weight on their foot or ankle due to injury. Complete with a contemporary design, a large contoured padded knee platform, stable wheelbase, and an easy-to-use hand brake Roscoe's Knee Scooter allows patients to continue their active lifestyle. Roscoe Medical's Knee Scooter can be used both indoors and outdoors.

  • Adjustable Handle Height: 31" - 41"
  • Knee Platform Measurement: 7" (W) x 14" (L)
  • Knee Pad Height Adjustment: 17.5" - 22"
  • Patient Height Range: 4' 11" to 6' 6"
  • Weight Capacity: 350 lb
  • Color: White Finish

View the User Manual Here: pdf manualKnee Scooter Manual

Questions: Call Manufacturer at 1-800-376-7263 or Visit: www.RoscoeMedical.com

 

Features:

  • Folds compactly for easy transport and storage
  • Quick-release basket included
  • Contemporary Design
  • Large Contoured Padded Knee Platform
  • 8" Rubber Wheels with Sealed Bearings
  • Great for Indoor or Outdoor Use
  • Padded Handlebar Grips for Comfort
  • Parking break for additional safety
  • Triple coated painting process for better durability

Uses:

  • Foot/ankle injuries such as:
    • fractures
    • dislocation
    • heel spurs
  • Post-operative foot/ankle surgery
  • Diabetic foot/toe ulcers
  • Neuromuscular problems or stroke
  • Arthritic conditions

Package Includes:

  • Roscoe Medical Knee Scooter - White

Directions:

  • Operation and Movement:
    • Place your hands on the handlebars
    • Place knee of injured foot on the front pad so that the top of your boot or cast is directly over the space between the pads. Your lower leg is then resting on the rear pad.
    • Release the parking brake and propel yourself forward or backward with your pushing foot, keeping the knee of your injured foot centered on the front pad.
    • Move slowly so that you can stop safely using your pushing foot.
    • The hand brake may be used if needed but is primarily designed to maintain a stopped stance.
  • Braking:
    • The brake is engaged by depressing the brake lever on the handle bar.
    • The braking wheel must be in contact with the floor, and the brake works best with weight on the knee scooter.
    • To use the brake, simply squeeze the lever with your finger tips toward the handle bar.
    • To release the brake, simply release pressure on the brake lever.
  • Parking Brake:
    • To set the brake, push the brake lever in a downward direction away from the handlebar.
    • To release the brake, squeeze the brake lever.

Warnings:

  • As with any new physical activity, instruction, practice and common sense are necessary for successful use of the knee scooter.
  • Practice operating the knee scooter to increase your skill and confidence.
  • Gradually increase the time you spend using the knee scooter to allow your muscles to adjust to this new activity.
  • Use caution when moving from carpeted to hard surface floors and on any rough surfaces or when changing levels.
  • Do not use the knee scooter to pull yourself up from a seated position. The knee scooter is intended for use with a person in place on the scooter.
  • Do not use the knee scooter on or near stairs or while using mind-altering drugs or alcohol or while suffering from dizziness.
  • Be sure to check that the quick-release clamp is secure and tight before each use or injury may result.

Warranty:

The Roscoe Medical Knee Scooter carries a limited lifetime manufacturer warranty on the frame and 90 days on all other non-durable components.

Roscoe Medical
21973 Commerce Parkway
Strongville, Ohio 44149
www.RoscoeMedical.com

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Features:

  • Folds compactly for easy transport and storage
  • Quick-release basket included
  • Contemporary Design
  • Large Contoured Padded Knee Platform
  • 8" Rubber Wheels with Sealed Bearings
  • Great for Indoor or Outdoor Use
  • Padded Handlebar Grips for Comfort
  • Parking break for additional safety
  • Triple coated painting process for better durability

Uses:

  • Foot/ankle injuries such as:
    • fractures
    • dislocation
    • heel spurs
  • Post-operative foot/ankle surgery
  • Diabetic foot/toe ulcers
  • Neuromuscular problems or stroke
  • Arthritic conditions

Directions:

  • Operation and Movement:
    • Place your hands on the handlebars
    • Place knee of injured foot on the front pad so that the top of your boot or cast is directly over the space between the pads. Your lower leg is then resting on the rear pad.
    • Release the parking brake and propel yourself forward or backward with your pushing foot, keeping the knee of your injured foot centered on the front pad.
    • Move slowly so that you can stop safely using your pushing foot.
    • The hand brake may be used if needed but is primarily designed to maintain a stopped stance.
  • Braking:
    • The brake is engaged by depressing the brake lever on the handle bar.
    • The braking wheel must be in contact with the floor, and the brake works best with weight on the knee scooter.
    • To use the brake, simply squeeze the lever with your finger tips toward the handle bar.
    • To release the brake, simply release pressure on the brake lever.
  • Parking Brake:
    • To set the brake, push the brake lever in a downward direction away from the handlebar.
    • To release the brake, squeeze the brake lever.

Warnings:

  • As with any new physical activity, instruction, practice and common sense are necessary for successful use of the knee scooter.
  • Practice operating the knee scooter to increase your skill and confidence.
  • Gradually increase the time you spend using the knee scooter to allow your muscles to adjust to this new activity.
  • Use caution when moving from carpeted to hard surface floors and on any rough surfaces or when changing levels.
  • Do not use the knee scooter to pull yourself up from a seated position. The knee scooter is intended for use with a person in place on the scooter.
  • Do not use the knee scooter on or near stairs or while using mind-altering drugs or alcohol or while suffering from dizziness.
  • Be sure to check that the quick-release clamp is secure and tight before each use or injury may result.

Package Includes:

  • Roscoe Medical Knee Scooter - White

Warranty:

The Roscoe Medical Knee Scooter carries a limited lifetime manufacturer warranty on the frame and 90 days on all other non-durable components.

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