• Who Needs a Rollator?

    People get a rollator for all kinds of reasons, but the most common is that they are looking for a mobility aid that will give them more support than a cane, and they don't want to be slowed down by a walker. Especially for active people who are out and about, a walker can be a huge burden. People should consider a rollator when they: Want to remain active. This may include walks outdoors, traveling, etc. Need more assistance than a cane can provide Need to sit often Can't lift a walker Need something more durable than a walker Want...
  • Why Get a Rollator/Transport Chair?

    While a rollator/transport chair may be more expensive than a traditional rollator, the freedom and flexibility it affords often justifies the additional cost. A rollator/transport chair is an easily transformable rollator that can quickly and easily be changed into a convenient lightweight wheelchair. This is especially helpful on long trips or for travel, when a rollator user may otherwise be tired and need time to rest. Here are some benefits of a rollator/transport chair: Rollator/transport chairs are lighter than traditional wheelchairs, making them easier to take with you on trips, be they to the store or across the world. All-in-one...
  • What is An Upright Walker

    What is An Upright Walker
    What is An Upright Walker The introduction of the upright walker is a revolutionary breakthrough to the world of mobility aids.  An upright walker is a 4-wheeled rolling walker with forearm supports and grips that allows users to walk in a proper, upright posture with better balance verses  the hunched posture that occurs from using a standard Rolling Walker [Rollator].  Upright walkers are lightweight and fold easily for transporting or storage.  Many optional accessories are available.  Whether young adult or seasoned senior, the upright walker provides greater comfort, confidence and independence than with a traditional Rolling Walker [Rollator]....
  • Are upright walkers safe for elderly?

    Many readers have asked me: how safe are upright walkers? So, I decided to investigate this question in detail. When you reach old age, your muscles get tight, and your joints get stiff. The resilience of your wrists, ankles, knees, and other joints weakens over time. Arthritis or joint pain is common in different parts of your body. You start to need support while walking or standing.  It’s not always possible for others to help you in your daily tasks. That’s why you should consider various walking mobility devices which will act as support while walking. You should...
  • Are walkers bad for posture?

    Why Do People Develop Back Pain With A Walker Walkers and Rollators are the two primary used walking aids by individuals. These walkers often times do not come sized to the person and it is up to the person to correctly adjust the arms of the walker / rollator to ensure proper posture when using the walking aid. When users put the arms of the rollator to high or too low it causes the user to lean. This leaning causes bad posture and from prolonged use can cause back pain on individuals.  Keys To Fixing Bad...
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