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What are Walkers?

Elders and those with limited lower body strength find it challenging to move around by themselves. Walker for Adults is designed to assist them in providing a good deal of independence and the safety and support required. It offers good support than the walking stick and is ideal for stabilizing patients with poor balance. Adult walkers provide a safe and secure hold to the patient and protect them from falling or tripping while having issues with walking. Various health conditions like weak muscles, osteoporosis, chronic arthritis, and/or injuries cause ambulatory problems for some people and restrict them from moving independently. HPFY offers you a wide range of medical walkers that provide additional support to injured and disabled people so that they can independently perform their daily activities.

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When to use a Medical Walker?

Walker for Adults is ideal to use for the following purposes:

FAQs About Walker for Adults

1. What should I look for when buying a walker?

When choosing a walker for adults, it is mandatory to make sure the option you prefer to have must fulfill all your basic needs and, if possible most of your wants. The ideal walker could be selected by keeping the following points in mind -

2. What is the correct way to walk with a walker?

To know how to use a walker properly, you first need to understand how to stand in one. Make sure you note and practice the following points to ensure proper use of a walker -

3. What is the proper height for a walker?

Your elbows should bend at a comfortable angle of about 15 degrees. Check your wrist height. Stand inside the walker and relax your arms at your sides. The top of the walker grip should line up with the crease on the inside of your wrist.

4. How do you walk up & down stairs with a walker?

  1. Place the walker sideways so the crossbar will be next to you
  2. Place the walker's two forward legs on the step above you
  3. Hold the railing with one hand and your walker with the other
  4. Carry your weight equally between the railing and the walker
  5. Step up with the healthy leg
  6. Next, lift your wounded leg
  7. Now shift the walker onto the next pedestal and repeat the above steps

5. Is it safe to put tennis balls on a walker?

Although it is common to put tennis balls on walkers' legs, we do not recommend it as this is an unhygienic and unsightly practice. One alternate to that can be using walker gliders. These are manufactured to withstand rough use and protect the walker's base while allowing individuals to use it without having to lift the walker.

Where Can I Buy Walking Aids Online?

HPFY offers a wide range of walkers for daily needs or special needs from top manufacturers like Kaye Products, Inc., Drive Medical, Essential Medical, Medline Industries, Graham-Field Health Products, Inc., MJM International Corp, Inc, Clarke Health Care and, many more at best prices. Shop today!

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Frequently asked questions

Basic walkers are the most common type of walkers, and are available in heavy duty (bariatric) and pediatric styles. A basic walker has no wheels and therefore are more stable than wheeled walkers. These walkers are best used on indoors.

Wheeled walkers are appropriate for those who require a little extra support for walking. These walkers can have two-or four wheels as per the user’s requirement.

The decision of which type of walker to select requires a careful thought on the following: 

  • You should consider whether the user will be able to handle the wheels or not. Wheels and brakes need to be handled with care else it can lead to imbalances resulting in patient falls. 
  • Depending upon the users height, weight and lifting capability you must select a model that is easy to handle and suits the built of the user. 
  • The walker should be lightweight as there will be times that you need to lift or shift the walker away from uneven surfaces. 
  • You must choose a walker that is fold-able if you are a frequent traveller. 
  • Users who get tired frequently must select walkers with a seat.

Types of walkers include:

  • Seated Walker
  • Posture Control Walker
  • Folding Walker
  • Bariatric Walker
  • Dual Release Walker
  • Hemi Walker
  • Knee walker
  • Support Walker
  • Single Release walker
  • Speciality Walker
  • Two-Button Release Walker
  • Beach Walker
  • Stair Climbing Walker

For those patients who get tired very easily and frequently walker with seats are very useful. A seat is added for the user convenience. In some models the seat is foldable so as to provide proper room for users to walk.

Also popularly called 'gutter frames' feature forearm troughs or gutters that allow users to bear weight through their forearms rather than hands. Thus gutter frames are helpful if the user has arthritis in the hands or have broken your hand or wrist. The troughs and handgrips can be adjusted to find the most suitable and comfortable position. Alternatively, some walkers have a platform rather than individual gutter rests on which to rest the forearms and a vertical handgrip. High or forearm walkers may be wheeled or non-wheeled.