5 Must-Have Qualities for Your Walker

July 09, 2015 2 min read

Those who are buying a walker for the 1st time are often forced to choose between style, features, or durability. This can make purchasing a walker stressful and frustrating. If you or a loved one is at the time of life when a walker has become a necessity, be sure that the walker you choose meets these 5 criteria.
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Choosing the Mobility Aid That’s Right for You

December 06, 2013 3 min read

For many people, growing older means a decrease in mobility. Whether problems with mobility are caused by sore joints, fragile bones, or diseases like Parkinson’s or scoliosis, they can have very real effects on the way we live. Luckily, if you have difficulty with mobility, or are unable to walk or stand for extended periods of time, there are a wide range of mobility aids available to meet your needs and help you maintain independence and quality of life.
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How Not to Use a Rollator Walker

September 05, 2013 2 min read

Compared to a traditional walker, rollator walkers are easier to use and quicker since they can be pushed like a cart instead of being lifted. Still, there are a few important things to know before you begin using a rollator. Here are the top four mistakes you should NOT make.
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Spring Cleaning and Your Mobility Aid

April 18, 2013 1 min read

It may not be the most beloved tradition of the year, but spring cleaning is here. The origins of the practice are uncertain. Some think it dates back to the Jewish tradition of thoroughly cleansing the home before Passover. Others believe it started because in 19th century America (before we had vacuum cleaners), spring was a practical time to dust the house; it was warm enough to open the windows but not so warm that bugs were a huge problem.
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Best Walker for a Cruise

March 05, 2013 1 min read

After a recent cruise vacation, I took special note of the mobility products my fellow patrons were using. While cruise ships are surprisingly handicap accessibly (hallway hand rails, plentiful elevators, raised toilet seats, etc), there are some things to consider when planning for your next vacation.
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Top 4 Knee Walkers

January 24, 2013 1 min read

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?
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Safely Using Your Mobility Aid in the Winter

December 19, 2012 2 min read

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.
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7 Tips for Safely Using a Rolling Walker

December 13, 2012 1 min read

Rolling walkers, or rollators, are walkers with a wheel at the bottom of each leg. Though they’re relatively easy to use, there are some things you should do to ensure you have the best and safest experience. Here are our tips for safe rollator use, though we encourage you to seek guidance from a medical health practitioner for your specific situation.
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Just Walkers Offers New Line of 4 Wheel Rollators

November 15, 2012 1 min read

Rollators, or rolling walkers, are walkers with a wheel at the end of each leg. They provide faster, smoother mobility because they don't have to be lifted like a traditional walker. Their large wheels make them easy to use either indoors or outdoors. However, rolling walkers don't provide as much support as a traditional walker. What's best for you simply depends on what you want from a walker.
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The 3 Most Popular Mobility Aid Combinations

September 13, 2012 2 min read

James from Florida wrote in saying, “I’m trying to stay active, but I can’t get around without a walking aid anymore. What would you recommend? I need one that’s good for outdoors. Will I need a different one for indoor use?”
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5 Coolest Walkers for Summer Travel

August 09, 2012 2 min read

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.
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Walking Aids: Walker or Rollator?

August 02, 2012 1 min read

Most people are provided with a medical walker by their health insurance or Medicaid/Medicare, but that doesn't mean it's their best option. Depending on your lifestyle, you may prefer to have a walker or rollator or even both. Here are the differences.
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Pimp My Rollator

July 26, 2012 1 min read

Who says Germans don't have a sense of humor? A nursing home in Hannover, Germany recently started a "Pimp My Rollator" project, inspired by the popular MTV series "Pimp My Ride."
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Choosing Walkers for Children

December 07, 2011 2 min read

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.
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The Most Stylish Walker?

October 27, 2011 2 min read

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.
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