Adjustable Quad Walking Cane – Small Base (Black)
The Adjustable Quad Walking Cane features a unique four-point design which allows for greater weight-bearing and stability than a single-point cane. The handle rotates allowing for a proper fit with right or left-hand use. Small base model available in black with a limited lifetime warranty.
Features – Adjustable Quad Walking Cane
- The unique four-point design allows for greater weight-bearing and stability than a single-point cane
- Non-skid rubber tips on all four feet enhance durability for long term use
- A small base design allows for easier maneuverability while a large base design provides more stability
- Handle rotates for left or right-hand use
- Quad canes stand up on their own when not in use
- Easy push-button height adjustment in 1-inch increments with a locking, anti-rattle ring allowing for quick, safe adjustment
- A comfortable, contoured vinyl handle with a sculpted grip reduces the chance of slippage
- Lightweight aluminum upper shaft with welded steel base
- Tool-free left to right-hand adjustments
|Handle Height Adjustment Range
||29″ – 38″
|Walking Cane Tip
also available on Request
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While Healthcare DME has a wide array of home medical products available, we specialize in portable and stationary Adjustable Quad Walking Cane, home oxygen, ostomy, urostomy, and home catheterization supplies, and custom-fabricated shoes and inserts for diabetic patients concerned about the health of their feet.
Healthcare DME is an in-network provider for most major insurance companies, including Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, HAP, Humana, and many more.
Please come visit us at our new location! We are now located at 2911 Carpenter Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48108, just north of Packard in Bell Arbor Plaza, next to Fantastic Sam’s.
We would also love to talk to you over the phone! A live representative can be reached at (734) 975-6668 during normal business hours. Please feel free to call!
Is any medical equipment used in the home to aid in a better quality of living? It is a benefit included in most insurances. In some cases certain Medicare benefits, that is, whether Medicare may pay for the item. The item is defined by Title XIX for Medicaid: The term “durable medical equipment” includes iron lungs, oxygen tents, Nebulizers, CPAP, Adjustable Quad Walking Cane, catheters, hospital beds, and wheelchairs (which may include a power-operated vehicle that may be appropriately used as a wheelchair, but only where the use of such a vehicle is determined to be necessary on the basis of the individual’s medical and physical condition and the vehicle meets such safety requirements as the Secretary may prescribe) used in the patient’s home (including an institution used as his home other than an institution that meets the requirements of subsection (e)(1) of this section or section 1819(a)(1)), whether furnished on a rental basis or purchased, and includes blood-testing strips and blood glucose monitors for individuals with diabetes without regard to whether the individual has Type I or Type II diabetes or to the individual’s use of insulin (as determined under standards established by the Secretary in consultation with the appropriate organizations); except that such term does not include such equipment furnished by a supplier.