Threshold Ramps Can Simplify Your Life

January 16, 2013 1 min read

When using a mobility aid, you notice things no one else does. Such as how awesome wheelchair ramps are or how annoying uneven door thresholds can be.

Don’t hassle with an uneven threshold every day! At JustWalkers.com, we now offer several threshold ramps to fit any size door or threshold height.

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Gift Ideas for Grandparents

December 06, 2012 2 min read

I never know what to get my grandma. She likes ice cream and game shows, but that doesn’t leave me with a whole lot of options. It’s weird to wrap a carton of ice cream and by the time it’s sat under the tree for a week, it probably won’t be in top condition.

But if you’re like me, fear not! JustWalkers.com now has a Gift Ideas section just in time for the holidays.

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How Not to Use Crutches – 5 Common Mistakes

September 06, 2012 2 min read

Using crutches incorrectly can be a painful experience. Either you fall on your face or, if you have them adjusted wrong, you injure everything from your hands and arms to your back and neck. Here are some of the most common crutch mistakes we recommend avoiding.
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5 Tips for Choosing a Rolling Walker (Rollator)

August 23, 2012 2 min read

Rollators make great walking aids. They’re more durable than standard walkers and allow for a more active lifestyle. When choosing a rollator, we recommend you...
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3 Things to Consider when Traveling with a Walker

July 16, 2012 1 min read

It's summertime and many of us will be doing more traveling, going on vacation and visiting loved ones. If you're travelling with a walking aid, here are a few important things to consider.

Do I need a seat? Would it be better to be pushed?

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5 Ways to Liven Up Your Crutches

July 19, 2011 1 min read

Got plain-jane crutches? Sick and tired of your drab, boring, underarm crutches? With just a little creativity, you can dress those crutches up into something fantastically unique and perfectly “you”. Here are five ideas to get you started.
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Things To Do When You're On Crutches

July 12, 2011 2 min read

Stay off that ankle! For eight weeks?! How are you going to survive without going crazy? For many of us assigned to crutches or a wheelchair for any period of recovery time, the restrictions can seem impossible to live with, and after a few days, terminal boredom sets in. There are only so many times we can reread War and Peace, after all. Well, we’re here to help!
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The Best Wheelchair Accessory You Don't Have

July 05, 2011 2 min read

If you’re confined to a wheelchair, we don’t need to tell you the smallest tasks can be a big event in a wheelchair. Federal regulations may require public buildings to be wheelchair accessible, but older and private buildings don’t have to follow the same regulations. And there’s always the constant inconvenience of finding the side door, the cargo elevator, or the only staff member with a key.
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The Best Crutch Accessories

July 01, 2011 2 min read

So you’re injured, or you’re recovering from surgery, or for whatever reason you’re supposed to stay off your ankle for a few weeks, and you’ve acquired a pair of crutches to use for that time. But they’re more of a hassle than you ever thought they’d be, aren’t they? Whether chafing under your arms or keeping both hands occupied whenever you stand up, there’s no denying that big, clunky crutches seem to cause more problems than they solve.
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Heavy Duty Walker Accessories

June 24, 2011 2 min read

The owners of heavy duty dual release walkers will be the first to tell you: finding accessories for a non-standard size is nearly impossible. Walker pouches are too small, walker trays are too narrow—even glides can be hard to find for extra-large tubing. But never fear! We have scoured our inventory to bring you suggestions on how to deck out your walker in high style. Be it pouch, seat, or cup holder, you will find it here.
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Little Green Walker Balls

June 22, 2011 1 min read

The burden of picking up your walker with every step is an unwanted and unnecessary one. Solutions to it abound, and most common of all is one with which everyone is familiar: tennis balls. Tennis balls and walkers have been associated for decades. The practice of repurposing of tennis balls into impromptu walker glides has spread worldwide. But did you know we sell tennis balls pre-cut, specifically for you and your active life?
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