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What are Walkers?

A walker with four legs is the most durable walking aid, and it provides a broader base of support than a stick and is used more to stabilize patients with fragile balance and mobility.

Choose from our complete series of walkers which are ideal for those looking for maximum mobility. Economically priced and with stress on quality, our range is wide and versatile with varying features and adjustments. Options include posture control walkers, two-button release, single release and dual release, specialty, folding, beach, knee, and Hemi walkers. Check out the walker which has been designed to aid in ascending and descending stairs. Also available is a considerable assortment of walkers for the bariatric. You can select from a wide choice in height, width, depth, weight, material, size, color, and more and take your pick according to your personal needs.

Types of walkers for Mobility

  1. Posture Control Walker: These medical walkers help improve cadence, velocity, energy use, and step and stride length. For example, the Kaye Posture Control Four Wheel Large Walker With Front Swivel And Installed Silent Rear Wheel

  2. Folding Walker: These walkers come with a folding design to fit into narrow spaces or be folded to take along on the go. These walkers feature an easy-to-use folding mechanism designed for operation with palm, finger, or arm. Try the lightweight Guardian Easy Care Folding Walker With 5 Inch Fixed Wheels or the Clarke Dolomite Jazz Lightweight Folding Walker from Clarke Health Care, ideal for taking along on small trips.

  3. Bariatric Walkers: These walkers are designed with extra wide sturdy aluminum frames with a weight capacity of up to 850 lbs. Proper walker sizing help in preventing poor posture and avoiding injury from misuse or falling. Try the Medline Bariatric Folding Walker that is available in various height configurations.

  4. Dual Release Walker: The two-button folding walkers are designed with a two-button release and a sturdy frame for easy folding, compact storage, and lateral access. For example, the Invacare I-Class Dual Release Adult Paddle Walker With Wheels

  5. Hemi Walkers: These are produced for people who have no strength in one arm. We have a wide range of Hemi walkers like the Guardian Adult Hemi Walker, which gives added assistance and is height adjustable.

  6. Knee Walkers: These walkers are designed to improve balance and stability. Knee walkers support the user to walk with one leg while the other sits upon a support platform.

  7. Single Release Walkers: These adult walkers fold easily with the push of a button and are proper for traveling. Single-release walkers like the Graham-Field Single Release Folding Walkers - Deluxe Nitrile Grip easily folds and unfolds with a push button.

What features should I look for when purchasing a walker?

When selecting a walker, it is important to ensure that your preferred option meets all of your basic needs. The following factors should be considered when choosing a walker:

  • Height of the Walker - When purchasing a walker, customers must ensure that the measurements of the walker and the user are compatible when standing and walking.
  • Width of the walker - Buyers should always check the walker's inside and overall width. Inside dimensions are checked to assure proper posture, and outside width is checked to confirm maneuverability through the house and doors.
  • Weight Capacity - Make sure to check the specifications part to see the weight capacity of the adult walker. You can also choose the desired range with the "By Weight Capacity" filter on the category page and pick the option you see fit.
  • Folding Option - If you are a frequent user, you can also look into our folding walkers. These walkers will fold to fit near-bed when not in use and easily stored in the trunk of cars.

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Mobility Walkers FAQs

Are walkers safe for the elderly?

Walkers are a safe, flexible, and cost-effective way to help maintain an active lifestyle. Walkers can be a game-changer for elders struggling with reduced mobility, but they are not one-size-fits-all.

When should an older adult use a walker?

Walkers, which adjust to patient height, are an excellent choice when your senior patient or parent:

  • Only needs partial support for their body weight.
  • Requires more balanced stability than a cane provides.
  • Has the upper body strength and mobility to lift the walker, then set it down and step forward.

Do walkers help prevent falls?

A walking aid, such as a cane or walker, can help you stay more independent and prevent falls. Remember to keep your walking aid within easy reach when you're in a chair or bed. And learn how to use it safely, so you don't injure yourself. Be sure the cane or walker is the correct height.

Where to buy Walkers online?

Shop Wheelchair offers a wide variety of walkers from well-known Manufacturer such as Kaye, Drive Medical, Invacare, Medline, Essential Medical.

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