Walkers and Rollators

As our bodies age, it becomes increasingly difficult for us to support and balance ourselves. Walkers and rollators are ideal for those who have lost some stability and need some assistance in moving about but do not really need to be in a wheelchair or a mobility scooter.

Walkers can come with zero, two, three or four wheels and all of them have their pros and cons. In this section of the website we discuss in detail, the different kinds of walkers (fixed, hemi-walkers, rollator walkers etc) available for the elderly.

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