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Meywalk 2000 Small Gait Trainer

    Meywalk 2000 Small Gait Trainer


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    Meywalk 2000 Small Gait Trainer

    SKU# E06004
    The Meywalk 2000 Small Gait Trainer is perfect for those ages 7-11, providing a dynamic assisted lift and a lever lift transfer system that makes transferring in and out of the Meywalk 2000 easy for both the user and the caregiver. The Meywalk is composed of high quality materials, guaranteeing long life and minimum maintenance.

  • 150 lb weight capacity
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Solid (purbane) wheels

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    Meywalk 2000 Small Gait Trainer Features:

    • Handle bar
    • Trunk support
    • Std Rear locks
    • Steel tube frame finished with a durable, long lasting powder coated finish
    • Solid (Purbane) wheels
    • Seat made of black water-resistant foam rubber
    • Components and accessories are black chromium plated /electro-galvanized.
    • Rims and front wheel forks in black hard plastic with ball bearings
    • Available in three sizes:
    SKU# E06004


    Meywalk Gait Trainer Specifications

    Size Small Medium Large

    Recommended User Age

    7 - 11 years

    8- 14 years

    14 years - adult


    Key User Dimension: Inseam Height, Armpit Height, Trunk Width
    Measure the vertical distance from the child's inseam to the floor while the user is standing upright (seat height). Measure the child's armpit to floor to confirm the trunk support height. Measure user across trunk, at armpit height, side to side in a straight line, to indicate proper ring size. Choose the Gait Trainer that allows for growth .

    Important: Make sure that the chest prompt width is adequate, allowing for growth. User's weight must not exceed the maximum working load.

    Seat Height

    19" - 26"

    21" - 29"

    27" - 37"

    Seat to Groin Height (Inseam)


    21" - 29"


    Trunk Support Height

    30.75" - 38.5"

    33" - 40"

    41" - 51"

    Ring Size

    10"W x 10"D

    12.75"W x 11.5"D

    14.5"W x 13.75"D

    Rear Wheel Size




    Front Wheel Size




    Weight Capacity

    150 lbs.

    220 lbs.

    220 lbs.

    Overall Dimensions


    37.5"L x 27.5"W

    37.5"L x 27.5"W

    Additional Information

    Frequently Asked Questions:

    How does the Meywalk Pediatric Gait Trainer compare to other gait trainers?
    When comparing other walkers to the Meywalk and Miniwalk Gait Trainers, please remember that gait is not a linear movement. As a person steps forward, the pelvis moves down in relation to the floor, allowing for heel-strike (which provides stability) and toe-off (which provides forward propulsion). The Meywalk has a unique "spring assist" system which not only allows for this movement, but also assists the user to come back up into the mid-phase of gait.

    Most pediatric and adult gait trainers do not allow for this up and down movement. As a result, users must find atypical ways to elicit forward propulsion, such as "pulling through" or providing lift through their forearms.

    An adult displays approximately 3.9" difference in pelvic height between the mid-phase and toe-off, and most children exhibit 1.5" - 2.5" dependent on their height.

    What is the dynamic gait movement on the Meywalk gait trainer?
    The Meywalk gait trainer moves up and down with each step, allowing the user to come down into a heel strike and toe off. As the user steps forward, the spring lifts and assists with the swing through phase of gait.

    How does the Meywalk gait trainer help develop gait pattern?
    Meywalk has springs, which make the gait trainer react to the movements of the user during gait. Thereby the child’s muscles are stimulated and the gait pattern is developed. In praxis the upper part of the frame - including seat and trunk support - follows the movements of the user thereby providing optimal support through the various phases of gait.

    Does any other pediatric or adult gait trainer that you are looking at have this capability
    Gait trainers are utilized with a wide variety of diagnosis, including Cerebral Palsy, Post Closed Head Injury, Post CVA, Geriatric Rehab and a variety of other disabilities when strength and equilibrium are compromised.