in-Motion Pro Forearm Crutch Set
The in-Motion Pro Forearm Crutch is designed to reduce the impact on the wrist and hand while reducing the harmful effects of Carpal Tunnel and nerve damage.
This line boasts many features, including a true ergonomic handle (Latex Free) and a Spring-Assist feature in the lower posts. In addition, the Forearm Crutch Set will support users from 3’6”- 6’3” as well as a 350lb weight capacity.
With our comprehensive product line, revolutionary technology, and company philosophy of exceptional customer service, rest assured that by buying your crutches today, you will never need to worry about where to buy crutches again.
Preferred by professional athletes and healthcare professionals.
*Each purchase through our website includes a (1) one-year warranty.
- True Ergonomic Handle
- Fully Molded Cuffs (Small and Large Set)
- Spring-Assisted Lower Posts
- Articulating Crutch Tips
- Heavy Duty Construction (<350lb weight capacity)
Tall: Black, Blue, Red
In-Motion Pro Forearm Sizing Guide
- Wear the shoes you will most commonly wear while using the crutches.
- Standing upright with good posture, measure from the floor to your hip.
- Using this information, look at the range of handle heights in the Short and Tall In-Motion Pro Forearm crutches listed below.
- Choose the crutch the fits your sizing specifications.
In-Motion Underarm Product Options
In-Motion Forearm Short (7000BK)
Floor to handle height – 21” to 28.5” with 13 sizing positions.
In-Motion Forearm Tall (7500BK, 7500BL, 7500R)
Floor to handle height – 28” to 40” with 15 sizing positions.
Have used these for over 20 years now. Very heavy duty and give me great confidence in walking whilst using them ..John Long
If you have to be on crutches, the Millennial Medical inMotion crutches are the most comfortable I’ve tried. I’m recovering from major hip surgery and will be on crutches for at least a few months. These crutches help me not to tire too quickly and are easier on my shoulders than other mobility options.
My daughter loves her new canes!
I manage to wear out a couple of pairs of crutches each year, so I've had a chance to try different types and these forearm crutches are the most comfortable long term for my wrists and hands. Of particular note os the new handle material. Itbis softer and slightly more textured than my last pair. Nice.
I like them. I was using different forearm crutches for the past two years so it took a while to get used to the spring action. At first it felt like I was crutching through sand but after a while I’ve noticed the relief it gives my hands and wrists. The forearm cuff could definitely be more stable. Overall I would recommend. I like them more the longer I use them.