Walkers and Rollators

Mobility walkers are essential to the quality of life for many individuals. Without such a device, many individuals would be unable to move freely move about their own homes and attend to their day-to-day life. ... READ MORE

Walkers and Rollators

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The standard, non-wheeled walkers are light and durable, but you must pick it up to move. A Two-wheel walker, which has wheels on the two front legs, is helpful if you need some, but not constant, weight-bearing help. 3 Wheeled walkers/rollators provide balance support like a four-wheel walker, but it is lighter weight and more maneuverable. Four-wheel walkers are for people who don't need to lean on the walker for balance but still need that extra support. The higher-end ones have four wheels, brakes, a seat, and a compartment under the seat for storage.

For decades, the walker has been a go-to mobility aid for senior citizens, and while these devices are certainly useful, they are quickly being replaced by a more advanced version known as the Rollator Walker. Four key benefits that the Rollator Walker provides over a standard walk, and why you should consider using one of these mobile aids are going explained here for you. The most obvious perk of the Rollator is that it has wheels. This means that you will be able to move the walker along more smoothly rather than steadily pick it up and set it down in front of you every few steps. The next perk is the fact that most Rollator walkers come with a seat. Many people who use a walker often find themselves tired and often times have to find a seat. By creating the Rollator with a seat, it creates a more convenient way to live their life freely. Next is weight. The majority of rollators are created to be very light. This allows the user more mobility, and the ability to move through their home smoothly. One of the best assets of a Rollator Walker is that they roll on non-marring casters; these casters are very soft, meaning you can use your walker in and out of the home. Lastly, we will talk about price. It is true that rollators do cost more than a standard walker however the price difference is usually only around $50.00 and considering all of the important mobility and quality-of-life benefits that a Rollator can provide. You and your family pay a minimal price considering the quality of lifestyle you will be receiving.
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