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Voyager Seated Scooter


$599.00 Released June, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:More comfortable than crutches or kneeling. Folds for easy transport & storage. Accepts Quick Release Basket.

The Cons:Limited availability through distributors. Can't be used on stairs.

Voyager Seated Scooter from FWD Mobility, LLC (Evert, WA) was introduced in May 2009 as the first scooter type device as an alternative to crutches for those unable to bear wieght on their leg: hip, knee, foot, or ankle.

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The patient sits on a big comfortable bike style seat and propell themselves with teh unaffected leg.  the affected (injured) leg is rested on teh cross bar.

The seated scooteer comes as an evolution of the knee scooter (Roll-a-bout, Weil Knee Walker, Turning Leg Cadyy, etc.) which were designed just to unload the foot or ankle due to injury, surgery, or wound.  Teh seatede scooter addresses teh entire leg and is more ergonomic and comfortable by sitting as opposed to kneeling.

It is colapsable for easy transportation adn weights only 20 lbs. 

Insurance codes is the sames as for knee scotters and, hands free crutches: HCPCS E0118 Crutch Alternaitve, with or with out wheels.

The Seated Scooter is available for rental or purchase thru distributors.

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    More comfortable than crutches or kneeling

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    Folds for easy transport & storage

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    Accepts Quick Release Basket

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    Large 8" wheels work well in carpet or uneven surfaces

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    Easy to use

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    Adjusts easily with our tools

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    Limited availability through distributors

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    Can't be used on stairs

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