Your house is meant to be a place where you can feel relaxed and comfortable, but as you grow older, this can unfortunately stop being the case. When mobility becomes more of a challenge, that tiled floor can start to feel a little more slippery, and those wooden steps a little more treacherous. In addition to being difficult to traverse the risk of falling becomes a greater danger. Read More
No matter what your age, there’s almost nothing that feels better than spending a day relaxing, reading a book, watching TV, or taking a nap, and there’s no better place to do this than in the comfort of your own bedroom. It’s a place of comfort, safety, and rest, somewhere you can feel truly at home. Read More
Do you sometimes find maintaining your mobility and balance a struggle? Are those knees just not what they used to be? Do you feel confined indoors by your limited mobility? If this is the case you may want to consider getting a mobility aid, such as a cane
, to maintain your freedom and make your everyday life easier.
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are smaller and lighter than standard wheelchairs
, making them a perfect mobility aid for travel and daytrips. Due to their small wheels, transport chairs can’t be self-propelled and instead need to be pushed from behind. When choosing a transport chair, there are several things you should keep in mind.
So you're looking for a cane - one that's stylish and provides a little extra support while you walk. But if this is your first cane purchase, you may not be sure exactly what you need. We're here to help. Read More
Bad news, everyone. In your late 30s you begin to shrink. Or maybe you’re super tall and you think that’s good news. If so, congrats!
Why do we shrink? The discs between our vertebrae lose fluid causing our spine to shorten, the arches of our feet flatten, and as we age we lose muscle mass causing poor posture. That’s one reason the elderly are often shorter. It’s also a reason petite rollators are so popular.
Not everyone can use a traditional 3
or 4 Wheel Rollator
. Some require a more specialized device to get around. That’s why we offer a selection of specialty rollators
and accessories, including the Drive Posterior Safety Roller and numerous accessories for the Drive Trekker Gait Trainer.
Knee walkers, sometimes called knee scooters, provide a convenient alternative to crutches. If only one leg is injured and the injury is below the knee, the knee walker will help you get around quickly both indoors and outdoors so you don’t have to limit your activity. So what are the best knee walkers? Read More
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.
Bariatric rollators, sometimes called heavy duty rollators, are designed to accommodate larger users. They’re wider than a traditional rollator and many can support up to 500 pounds. Here are the most popular models. Read More
Love it or hate it, winter is upon us. And while it comes with many fun treats—holidays, sales, hot chocolate—it also makes getting around trickier, especially if you use a mobility aid. Here our top tips for safely getting around during the winter. Read More
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.
Choosing a rollator? We can help. After years of selling walking aids online, we’ve learned what the highest quality rollators are as well as what our customers like the best. Here are four of our top recommended 4 wheel rollators. Read More
When choosing a cane, the first thing you need to decide is whether you want a standard cane or a quad cane. Standard canes, also called single-tip canes, have only one tip. Quad canes have four. Which one will work better depends entirely on what you need it for and how you’ll use it. Read More
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... Read More
Recently we wrote about what to consider when travelling with a walker. Here are some specific recommendations we think will be great for your summer travels. Read More
The easiest way to transport your personal belongings with you when you are using your walker is to use a basket that easily attaches to the front of your walker. Baskets eliminate the need to carry around a bulky bag or obstructive purse, which are difficult to carry when your two hands are already occupied. Read More
If you've ever had to use crutches
or if you are currently using them, you know that traditional crutches were not designed with comfort in mind. Even when used sparingly, traditional crutches can cause discomfort in your neck, shoulders, armpits, and wrists. To make the healing process more comfortable and get you back to full strength with less stress, the people at Millennial Medical have designed the In-Motion Pro Crutches
with ergonomics in mind.
Cup holders are one of our most popular walker accessories and we are fortunate to be able to provide so many different models, each with its own unique benefit. Selecting one to recommend from the group is tough, but the Adjustable, Swing-Away Drink Holder truly stands out because more than any other cup holder, it addresses every major concern that customers typically have. Read More
For those of you who require the heavy-duty durability of a bariatric walker in a lightweight device, the Invacare Heavy Duty Dual Release Walker is just right for you. This walker has the highest weight capacity, at 700 pounds, while still maintaining a lightweight, folding frame of only 7 pounds. Its lightweight design allows you to move around effortlessly. Read More
Finding the ideal adjustment setting on a mobility device can sometimes be tricky. When it comes to rolling walkers, certain customers may have limited choices because most rollators have a specific fixed seat height - standard or junior, and allow you to only adjust the handle height. For users like you, who may prefer a customizable setting for the seat height, our Pharmacist Recommended choice is the Drive Adjustable Height Rollator
If you've ever felt confused or uncertain about shopping for an item you need...you're not alone! It's the #1 reason customer assistance matters so much - you look to trained, knowledgeable individuals to help you make your purchase decisions with confidence. Read More