VISSCO Invalid Foldable Adjustable Walker Castors PC0902 Light weight anodized, polished aluminum tubular construction. The fixed frame walker is fitted with soft hand grips. Larger Base with adjustable height to meet patients needs. Walkers help to give the user extra support when walking or standing. People in need of mobility assistance may need more than just the assistance of a cane /stick. A walker may be a good option for those interested in mobility assistive equipment. Those with poor upper arm strength upper arm strength, or who are unable to balance may prefer the security offered by a walker. Using an assistive device for walking allows individuals to walk further and accommodates a more active lifestyle. Their confidence level increases and they feel more independent. There is less danger of falling, posture may improve, and strength and endurance improve.
- Light weight anodized, polished aluminum tubular construction. The fixed frame walker is fitted with soft hand grips.
- Larger Base with adjustable height to meet patients needs.
- Walkers help to give the user extra support when walking or standing. They offer far more stability than a standard walking stick
- By providing additional points of contact (four) the walking aid provides both additional support and a wider range of stable centre of gravity positioning.
- Post Lower Limb Surgery
- Post TKR/THR
- Cerebral Palsy
- Fracture Lower Limb
- Peripheral nerve disorders
- Provides larger base of support while walking
- Wheels provider on front side helps in locomotion.
- Improves balance while walking
Here are a few things to keep in mind when looking for a walker to meet your mobility needs:
- Is the walker adjustable? If the user is extremely short or tall.
- check whether your selected walker design folds properly and easy to transport.
- Will the walker fit through the various doorways in the home. If not, can the doors be removed or otherwise retrofitted to accommodate the supportive device? If not, how will the individual be able to use the toilet with confidence and independence?
- Are the tips on the legs made of a non-skid substance? If the walker has wheels, are they non-skid?
- Walkers are good choices for individuals with limited mobility and special functionality needs. Properly fitted and used, they offer these people the best and safest choice to regain their freedom and independence of motion.