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Buggy for children with special needs Racer+

Buggy for children with special needs Racer+

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User's height:
180 cm
Max user weight:
90 kg
24 - 31 kg
2 y

Buggy designed for children, teenagers and adults who need special care equipped with Swivel Front Wheels 360°

System of pellotes assure safety of the user, giving him/her the feeling of comfort and safety without restriction of movement.
The upholstery is made of well breathing washable fabrics. The buggy has many adjustments which increase comfort of use. It is collapsible which makes the transport easier. Swivel wheels makes the steering easier. Moreover front wheels were equipped with fixed direction of movement what especially is helpful on uneven surfaces. New footrest adjustment improves the usage of buggy and modern and courageous design doesn’t suggest that the buggy is recommended for people who need special care. The product is available in 3 sizes.
The device can be used in following cases:
  • Cerebral palsy – various types and forms.
  • Brain and spinal cord injuries with lower limbs paralysis and weakness, balance and motor coordination disorders with different etiology.
  • Demyelinating disease (e.g. multiple sclerosis – SM).
  • Meningocele.
  • Muscles diseases with weakness and paralysis (dystrophy, myasthenia gravis, myositis).
  • Genetic disorders.
  • Degeneration and neurological diseases.
  • Other condition connected with muscles weakness, paralysis and musculoskeletal disorders.
  • After head and spinal cord injuries and spine trauma with paralysis and paresis.



Standard equipment:
  • collapsible frame with wheels
  • footrest with foot stabilization
  • upholstery
  • removable abductor
  • sit
  • vest
  • side pellotes
  • head rest
  • front rail
  • 360° swivel front wheels



Rear wheels with shock absorbers provide comfort even on bumpy terrain. The pelottes ensure safety during walks. Swivel front wheels for easy maneuverability.




Optional equipment:

  • Folding canopy
  • Tray
  • Sun ombrella
  • Abduction belts
  • Calf belt
  • MEMO cushion
  • High side support
  • Low side support
  • Chest belt
  • Side supports 3 or 5 cm
  • Canopy with side covers
  • Folding canopy with cover



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Size help form to help us choose the appropriate medical device for your child

Please complete as much information as possible. Once the form is submitted, it will be sent to one of our on-staff therapists for review. Our on-staff therapist will be in touch with you within 1 business day of submitting to discuss the correct product and sizing for your child.

Please understand that although we have licensed physical therapists on staff, they cannot act in the capacity of your child’s/student’s/patient’s professional therapist(s). An in-depth knowledge of the child’s/student’s/patient’s medical condition and abilities are required to make any final equipment recommendations. The child’s/student’s/patient’s therapist(s) is best qualified for this reason. What we can do is work with you and the child’s/student’s/patient’s therapist(s) to help make the best choice for child’s/student’s/patient’s needs.
4. A person's hip width is measured at the hip joint (where the leg pivots at the hips) while seated. Measure a straight line straight across the lap. If you were to place two books on either side of the hips, measure straight between the two books instead of curving up and over the lap like a car seatbelt would.
5. Thigh depth is also measured while seated. Make sure the person is sitting with his/her buttocks against the back of the seat. Measure a straight line (parallel with the seating surface) from where the buttocks contact the seat back to just behind the bent knee.
8. Foot to Knee Height is also measured while seated. Measure from the bottom of the foot (or shoe that will be used with the equipment) up along the back of the leg to the back of the knee joint where it is bent at 90 °.
10. What is the person’s FLOOR TO CHEST HEIGHT measured in inches or centimeters?
11. Measure the person standing if possible or lying down if he/she is unable to stand. Measure a straight line from the bottom of the foot (or shoe that will be used with the equipment) along the outside of the leg to the hip joint. The hip joint is found by turning the leg in and out while pressing inward in the mid-buttock area to locate the hip bone.
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