Roll over the buttons below to read details on the features that make this gait trainer the most versatile, adaptable and durable patient mobility aid on the market. View a list of accessories available to customize a gait trainer to your client's needs, or consult a sizes & dimensions chart to determine which size will best match your client.
A raspberry-colored Medium (K502) Pacer being used in the posterior position as a mobility walking frame for this school-aged girl. Thigh and ankle prompts are being used to prevent leg scissoring during ambulation.
Medium (K502), Large (K503) and XL (K504) Pacer walking frames fold for storage or transport, and can fit in most car trunks. To fit the frame in your trunk, some accessories may have to be removed. Use the black, two-handed release catches to fold or unlock the frame. Watch the video to see a demonstration. Mini (K509) and Small (K501) frames fit in most trunks without folding.
The Pacer is designed for easy rear access to make transfers into and out of this mobility walking aid as smooth as possible, whether the client will face forwards or backwards in the frame.
Rifton's Pacer mobility walking frames are height adjustable in 1" increments, with no tools needed. The frame's top bar should be set to the client's waist height. Watch the video clip for a height-adjustment demo and consult the dimensions chart for details of each Pacer size's range of height adjustment.
(The Mini (K509) Pacer frame is not height adjustable, but hand loops, handholds, or arm prompts can be height-adjusted to meet the child's needs.)
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Clients can be placed in the posterior position while gait training in the Pacer. Prompts and supports can be reversed and moved along the top bar of the frame to whichever position best matches the client's needs.