Crutches

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Crutches are often associated with a break, sprain, or injury to the leg or ankle. However, depending on the type of injury or a person’s medical condition there are various types of crutches available. Forearm crutches are typically used for rehabilitation or long-term mobility needs, while traditional crutches are typically used for short-term injuries.  Some crutches feature shock absorbency to make them more comfortable to use over a longer period of time.