Rollator’s / wheelie walker’s are designed to assist people to walk or move about independently.
If you are elderly, disabled, handicapped, or have a medical condition, you may require the use of a rollator or wheelie walker to assist you in walking, as opposed to a wheelchair for those unable to walk without assistance.
If you decide you need to use a rollator \ wheelie walker there are a number of factors to consider.
What is a Rollator \ Wheelie Walker?
Today, current rollator products are more efficient than ever, with a wide choice of styles and features available.
A rollator \ wheelie walker is used to assist you in your mobility, and is very easy to use. Rollators generally come with four wheels, to help you move around upon ground surfaces evenly.
There are different rollator \ wheelie walker products available, and some have added features, such as a seat, a backrest, brakes, etc, and come in a range of colours to suit individual tastes. Rollators are ergonomically designed to make the walking motion smoother, allowing the user to move across the ground effortlessly.
How to Use a Rollator \ Wheelie Walker
To use a rollator, centre your weight to the rollator, stand up in front of it, securely grip the handles, and push the rollator forward. To move backwards, pull the rollator, and to turn around, simply change the direction of the rollator.
The rollator can help you re-learn to walk. Its a good idea to use a rollator instead of a wheelchair to maintain and or regain mobility independence.
There are various styles of rollators available, and these are constantly being upgraded and released for rental or sale. You rent or buy rollators \ here.
Most Common Rollator \ Wheelie Walker Types
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