Thank you for your purchase of the Combo Stix!
MD10100 M+D Combo Stix Pair – Black
MD10101 M+D Combo Stix Single – Black
MD10102 M+D Combo Stix, Replacement Feet
MD10103 M+D Combo Stix, Replacement Cradle Pad
MD10104 M+D Combo Stix, Replacement Arm Band Right
MD10105 M+D Combo Stix, Replacement Arm Band Left
MD10106 M+D Combo Stix, Replacement Handle Grip
Contact info, FAQ, & tutorial videos found at: https://www.mobilitydesigned.com/combo-stix-training/
This device is suitable for users 4 ft 9 inches to 6 ft 7 inches in height (1.44 m to 2.0 m)
Maximum weight: 330 lb 150 kgs
The M+D Combo Stix™ is to be used as a walking aid for patients who are non-weight bearing on a single lower extremity, or for users who require additional support when walking.
*Note: Right hand crutch shown.
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1. Forearm height adjustment:
Standing upright, hands should be firmly supported without lifting shoulders.
2. Platform height adjustment:
Standing upright, elbow should be firmly supported without lifting shoulders.
Aligning handle for right- or left-handed use:
Adjusting handle length:
1: Elbow should rest against back of cradle, with no pressure between palm and handle grip.
2: When satisfied with distance, fasten handle screw in hole on the crutch that lines up with the hole at the end of the handle tube.
Tip: (1). When handle Key (see pg. 7) aligns with “R” for Right or “L” for Left, bolt aligns to corresponding “R” or “L” holes in body of crutch(2)
Secure Handle tube to crutch body: After determining appropriate handle length, place screw (previously removed from tube) in corresponding screw hole. Use coin or screwdriver to tighten the screw.
*Note: Right hand position shown. Left hand position is opposite setup.
Step 1. To change the arm band placement remove screw using a Philips head screwdriver.
Step 2. Pull up on bottom hard plastic arm band clip to pop off side rail.
Step 3: Install armbands on cradle: (1) align top of arm band clip to lip of cradle rail. (2) align screw hole of clip to screw hole in rail. (3&4) Press firmly to “snap” bottom tabs over bottom rail. Ensure armband is correctly installed.
Step 4: Tighten Make sure both top and bottom tabs of arm band clip are securely snapped to rail, then screw in arm band clip and tighten screw using a screwdriver.
A . Tips for Platform position stability:
Make an “A”-FRAME with your crutches by keeping your ELBOWS IN tight to your sides and placing your crutch feet out to give your A-frame a WIDE BASE.
B. Keeping your elbows tight to your sides move crutch feet forward doing a small BICEP CURL. C. Keep your elbows in, CORE ENGAGED and back straight.
Changing Modes, Platform to Forearm:
(1) Press and hold lever button open, (2) pull & remove leg from main body.
Changing Modes, Platform to Forearm:
(3) Align Key on cap of leg tube with Keyed slot in body. Insert leg. (4/5) insert leg until lever “clicks” closed, locking leg into position.
*Caution: Ensure leg is locked into snap button lever before use.
*Caution: If snap-button is stuck inside leg, stop use of crutch, use flat-head screwdriver to pop back out or contact your local customer support.
Changing Crutch Foot:
(1) pull off
(2) push on until leg fully inserted.
Warranty: The M+D Limited Warranty covers your M+D Combo Stix™ and M+D branded accessories against manufacturing defects for one year from the date you received your product. Our warranty is in addition to rights provided by consumer law.
Our warranty doesn’t cover damage caused by accidents or unauthorized modifications. See our warranty for complete details.
Replacement Parts: www.mobilitydesigned.com/shop
Maintenance and Cleaning: Brush off dust and dirt or wipe with a damp cloth. Feet should be replaced if treads are worn flat, the feet have cracks, or are damaged. *If there is noticeable damage to product, stop use and call your local customer support.
Mobility Designed Incorporated
1427 West 9th ST, SUITE 504
Kansas City, MO. 64101
Pats: US D799,704 US D804,675 US D804,676
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