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Is the TAOS a walker ?

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A walker, or other other mobility devices in general provide a stable wheeled platform for children with Cerebral palsy who require the extra support to ambulate. Unfortunately, this generally requires that their hands are grasping the walker while using it.

Unlike A Walker:

* The TAOS enables special needs children to ambulate in an upright position with their hands free to use however they wish

* The TAOS ensures your child won’t inadvertently fall if they momentarily loose strength in their legs or grip with their hands

* The TAOS is a custom orthosis that is manufactured specifically to fit your child comfortably and correct any alignment issues he may have.

* The TAOS, when properly adjusted, will ensure your child’s feet are positioned directly under their center of gravity, in a more natural upright position. (The TAOS prevents your child from getting into an unnatural, exaggerated forward lean often seen with a pediatric walker)

* The TAOS is hands free, so children are able to participate in a wider variety of activities than are possible in a walker.

* The TAOS ensures your child’s muscles are working in the natural progression of gait because their feet, knees and hips are correctly positioned.

* The TAOS alignment capabilities protects your child’s joints from unnatural loading of his knees hips and ankles
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