Rolling walkers, Walkers and standing aids may be the first step in increasing your mobility needs. Some of our most popular items include lightweight walkers, canes, crutches and rollators.
Ambulatory aids help you walk or move from place to place if you are disabled or have an injury. They include crutches, canes, walkers, wheelchairs and motorized scooters. You may need a walker or cane if you are at risk of falling. If you need to keep your body weight off your foot, ankle or knee, you may need crutches. You may need a wheelchair or a scooter if an injury or disease has left you unable to walk.
One such ambulatory aid that is gaining popularity is a newer device called a rolling walker or "rollator".
Instead of being restricted to a wheelchair, or perhaps not quite making it on a cane, they now have these cool devices called 'rollators'. If you've seen them, it gives you hope for humanity.
These are basically advanced versions of 'walkers'. They have four wheels for stability, a chair to sit on, a basket, in short, a very handy aid for someone having some difficulty walking around.
Until you've had difficulty getting around, the need for these things might be over-looked. But they really are a wonderful advance for society and invaluable to those who need them.
There are also many accessories to go with rollators such as hand pads, walker baskets, walker bags, cup holder, walker skis, walker glides, walker tips, walker trays, walker holders, and more.
Consult our product sections for ambulatory aids, canes, crutches, walkers, and gear and accessories.