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A walker, also known as a Zimmer frame, is a device that ensures safe and efficient mobility. There are many different types of walkers; however, each style features the same fundamental design: approximately waist high in height, slightly wider than the user, and roughly a foot in depth. Each walker, though, will vary slightly. For example, we distribute hemi walkers for individuals with limited dexterity in one arm or hand, walkers that have wheels attached to the front legs, depending upon user strength and more.

Generally, disabled or elderly individuals will use this device by surrounding their body with the front and sides. Depending upon the type of Zimmer frame supporting the user, an individual holds on to the front, picks it up, and places it a short distance ahead on the ground. Some walkers for elderly people feature glides and wheels that remove the "picking up and placing ahead" portion of the process. In fact, the motion becomes a smooth and almost effortless technique.

To ensure that you find the best mobility aids for your specific needs, please confer with your medical provider. You should also peruse the product descriptions of our mobility aids, too, because you will be able to gain more information specific to each type of walker.

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