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Meywalk (Models 104175 & 104173)

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The Meywalk is a gait trainer designed for use by children and adults with mobility disabilities. This gait trainer has a dynamic spring assist movement which allows children to facilitate a more natural gait pattern as they step down into toe-off and heel strike, while assisting them to lift and swing through. This device also features a lift assembly for assisted transfers from wheelchair height. Other features include larger back wheels, front swivel caster wheels with swivel caster locks, adjustable-height trunk support, a height-adjustable seat, anti-tips, and a parking brake. OPTIONS: Height lowering kit. SIZES: Medium, model 104175, and large, model 104173. DIMENSIONS: The body support ring on the medium model is 12.75 inches wide x 11.5 inches deep and 14.5 inches wide x 13.75 inches deep on the large model. The seat height on the medium model adjusts from 21.5 to 29 inches and the trunk support height adjusts from 33 to 40 inches. The seat height on the large model adjusts from 27 to 37 inches and the trunk support height adjusts from 41 to 51 inches. CAPACITY: 220 pounds for both models.


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Meywalk (Models 104175 & 104173)

Made By:

Meyland-Smith A/s
Meyland-Smith A/s Organization Type: 
Industrivej 27
DK-9830 Taars Denmark
Email address: info@meyland-smith.com
Fax: -11837
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eSpecial Needs, Llc
eSpecial Needs, Llc Organization Type: 
11704 Lackland Industrial Drive
63146 St. Louis , MO United States
Email address: sales@eSpecialNeeds.com
Phone: 877-664-4565
Fax: 800-664-4534 or 314-692-2428
Missouri US
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