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Easy to walk / Medicine / Health

Easy to walk
Easy to walk

Generally, the handrail of a walker is too high, and it takes more effort for older users to get up.
Therefore, a handle that can be turned is designed to reduce the height of the handrail and provide a good point of force.
In addition, many elders rely on the support of their hind feet to move when using a walker. There is a risk of slipping. Therefore, a balance concept similar to a rocking chair is used in this design. Users can be more stable when using.

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National Kaohsiung University of Sc

National Kaohsiung University of Sc
National Kaohsiung University of Sc
Kaohsiung, Taiwan

王 晏翎,
National Kaohsiung University of Sc