Choosing medical walkers for children can be difficult. The issue can be an emotional one for parents who never anticipated that their child might need assistance with mobility. Moreover, pediatric walkers do not have the same wide variety of styles and features that adult walkers do, which can make it difficult to find one to suit your child’s needs. However, once you fully understand the choices available, it can be much easier to decide on a child’s walker. Read More
Are you looking for a walker with some style? One available in a wide range of colors and designs? One that will set you apart from the crowd? We hear you! After all, everyone likes to stand out. Why should you be forced to use a dull, grey, metal walker like everyone else? There are plenty of alternatives out there for those who want a little interest in their mobility aid. Read on for our picks for the best, most stylish types of walker, rollator, and rolling walker. Read More
I’m looking at walker aids, and I can’t decide between a tri wheeled walker and a 4 wheeled rollator. What’s the difference?
Great question! Three wheeled walkers and four wheeled walkers are very similar on the surface, but they have a few basic differences.
Elbow crutches are more commonly known as forearm crutches
. They are often given to younger children, but they are beneficial to adults as well. Forearm crutches encourage better posture and develop upper body strength in their users. They allow you to try out different gaits for different situations. People who will need to be on crutches long term are sometimes encouraged to try forearm crutches for these reasons.
The different types of brakes on the various walkers and rollators on the market can be very confusing, but we’re here to help! Read on for a close-up look at some of the different braking systems available, and maybe you’ll find something that will help you choose your next rollator. Read More
That’s what we hear every day, and what we try to keep in mind when looking for new walkers and rollators. The width of a walker is of paramount importance- it can mean the difference between a walking aid you only occasionally remember to use and an essential part of your daily life. After all, many bathroom doors are only twenty-two inches, and narrow hallways can be hard to navigate. Read More
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. Read More