The Trekker Gait Trainers offer varied levels of support for children who require assistance with walking
Handgrips and Forearm Platform
Hip Positioner and Pad and Trunk Support
Guide Bar and Hand Loop
Thigh and Ankle Prompts
Handgrips - Handgrips can be mounted anywhere on the handlebar. They are height adjustable and rotate to suit the needs and comfort of the user
Forearm Platform - Height & depth adjustable for user comfort
Forearm Platform - Platforms can rotate, supinate and pronate
Forearm Platform - Handgrips extend forward or back to required position, supinate, pronate and are angle adjustable
Forearm Platform - Can be mounted anywhere on the handlebar facing toward the inside or outside for lateral adjustability
Forearm Platform - Contoured armrest with arm and wrist straps
Ankle Prompts - Used for patients with spasticity, poor motor control, ataxia and excessive adduction.
Ankle Prompts - Length adjustable, padded ankle straps maintain legs and/or feet in abduction and prevent scissoring.
Ankle Prompts - Spring clips control stride length.
Hip Positioner & Pad - Height adjustable seat harness positions hips and pelvis and allows the user to shift weight from one leg to the other.
Hip Positioner & Pad - Straps can be shortened to assist with weight bearing or lengthened to use as a safety sling.
Hip Positioner & Pad - The position of the straps on the handlebar will affect the user’s pelvis position.
Trunk Support - Secures the torso at desired angle
Trunk Support - Height, depth, width and angle adjustable
Trunk Support - Padded for cushioned comfort
Trunk Support - Stays open for easy transfers
Trunk Support - Can be mounted towards the inside or outside of handlebar
Trunk Support - Straps adjust the fit, the forward leaning position and the angle of the user
Trunk Support - In its lowest position, can be used as pelvic positioner
Trunk Support - Adjustments can be made while user is in the gait trainer
Thigh Prompts - Height adjustable to suit user
Thigh Prompts - Can be positioned further from or closer to the user to limit adduction/abduction
Thigh Prompts - Moves with user’s gait pattern allowing weight shifting from one leg to the other