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Cane/Crutch Spikes

Definition : Metal spikes applied to the distal end of crutches (i.e., crutch tips) designed to provide skid-resistant traction. Cane/crutch spikes are intended for use outdoors on snow, ice or other slippery or uneven surfaces. These spikes help the crutch user gain traction, ease shock to the shoulder, and help prevent accidental falls. The spikes can easily be retracted or removed for indoor use of canes and crutches.

Entry Terms : "Cane Accessories" , "Cane Spikes" , "Crutch Accessories" , "Crutch Spikes" , "Metal Cane Spikes" , "Metal Crutch Spikes"

UMDC code : 28091

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Briggs Healthcare

Company Type: Parent

Briggs Healthcare has grown to be one of the largest privately held manufacturers and distributors of medical documentation, charting systems and healthcare products

Carex Health Brands

Company Type: Parent

Thank you for your interest in Carex Health Brands. We invite you to learn more about our company, product lines and services. Carex Health Brands has been the branded leader in in-home self-care medical products for over 20 years. Our goal is to provide innovative products that bring dignity and ease of use to all consumers. With our six nationally distributed brands, Carex Health Brands serves national, regional and independent food, drug and mass retailers along with wholesalers, distributors and medical dealers.

Essential Medical Supply Inc

Company Type: Parent

Essential Medical is a family owned & operated business that was started in 1985. We are a broad based supplier of home medical and health related products designed with the needs of the user in mind. Within this online website you will find many different product options to meet a variety of life styles and physical conditions.

Surgical Appliance Industries (SAI)

Company Type: Parent

Surgical Appliance Industries (SAI) got its start in 1893, founded as the Ohio Truss Company ("OTC"), by Joel Adams and his son-in-law Isaac Pease. The two had become partners some years earlier by manufacturing livery items like leather saddles and bridles and selling them in the bustling Port of Cincinnati to settlers on their way west. However, the advent of the automobile meant the end of the line for many businesses like this.

Thomas Fetterman Inc

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