CVS Adjustable Height Offset Handle Cane with Gel Hand Grip
PUSH BUTTON HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
- Gel grip reduces pressure on wrist & hand
- Convenient wrist strap
To ensure the safe operation of CVS/pharmacy canes, these instructions MUST be followed.
For a more comfortable fit, ensure shoe height is the same as shoe style worn most frequently when using cane.
- Stand as upright as possible on a firm, flat surface and let your arm hang down naturally by your side.
- Adjust cane so top portion of handle touches inside of wrist where it meets palm.
- Turn the anti-rattle collar COUNTERCLOCKWISE to loosen.
- Press IN snap button
- Slide extension up or down until snap button protrudes through an adjustment hole on handle end of cane. NOTE: An audible "CLICK" will be heard when snap button securely protrudes through the adjustment hole.
- Repeat STEPS 2-3 until cane is at height determined PROPER CANE HEIGHT on this instruction sheet.
- Tighten anti-rattle collar by turning CLOCKWISE.
- Ensure snap button releases and re-engages properly.
- Inspect cane tips for wear and damage.
- Replace any broken, damaged or worn items immediately.
DO NOT install or use this equipment without first reading and understanding these instructions. If you are unable to understand the warnings, cautions or instructions, contact a healthcare professional, dealer or technical personnel before attempting to install this equipment-otherwise, injury may occur.
Check rubber tips for rips, tears, cracks or wear. If any of these conditions exist, replace rubber tip immediately. CVS/pharmacy� canes can provide ambulatory assistance for an individual weighing up to 300 pounds. The canes are designed to provide support, increased stability and assistance while walking. The canes are NOT designed to support the total weight of individuals.
Ensure that the snap button fully protrudes through adjustment hole of cane. This ensures that the cane is securely locked in position. Before using the cane, ensure that it is securely locked in place or a fall could result, causing bodily injury and/or damage to the cane.
ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN OR THERAPIST TO DETERMINE PROPER ADJUSTMENTS AND USAGE.