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Category: Specialty Walkers

Maddawalker Knee Walker (Model H70412)

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The Maddawalker Knee Walker, model H70412, is a knee scooter designed to encourage children 2 to 5 years old to gain mobility by walking on their knees to facilitate a transition from crawling to walking. The device may aid the development of a child's hip and trunk musculature by stabilizing the hips and maintaining proper trunk alignment. The device consists of two separate knee scooters joined by a locking roller and track to provide a smooth alternating forward movement. Once in position, the child moves his or her legs in a walking motion which advances the individual platforms a maximum of 3.25 inches. Each platform rolls forward, but cannot reverse. The horizontal platforms are foam rubber lined with denim-covered foam cushions. A 5-inch wide denim strap supports the child in the kneeling position with the upper torso and pelvic region aligned straight up (90-degree mid-line). The vinyl hand grips provide two positions for hand placement and adjust vertically by 3 inches. Front casters swivel for steering. DIMENSIONS: 15 x 16 x 22.5 inches. WEIGHT: Approximately 16.5 pounds.

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as of: 
02/18/2004
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Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.)
Ableware ( Formely Maddak, Inc.) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
661 Route 23 South
7470 Wayne , NJ United States
Email address: CustService@Maddak.com
Phone: 800-443-4926
Fax: 973-305-0841
New Jersey US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
973-628-7600
Web Address: 
http://www.maddak.com
Tags: 
Walking, Therapeutic Aids, Recreation, Personal Care, Home Management, Communication, Architectural Elements, Seating, Wheeled Mobility
 
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