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Partial Weight Bearing Gait with 1 Crutch

by Illinois Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Centers | 4 years ago

When you have no pain with 2 crutches you may try single crutch gait. Be sure to stand straight and not lean toward the crutch. You should have no pain and no limp on no pain medicines and use a normal heel-toe gait.

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