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•Rolling Walkers
•Rollators (4-Wheels)
•Rollators (3-Wheels)
•Walker Accessories
•Cane Accessories

•Transport Wheelchair
•Manual Wheelchairs
•Shower Wheelchairs
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•Overlays for Mattress
•Heel Pillows
•Blanket Lifters
•Body Positioners

Transfer Devices
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•Transfer & Gait Belts
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•Car & Transfer Aids

Fall Prevention
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•Bed & Chair Alarms
•Hip Protection
•Fall Mats & Cushions
•Bed Rail Accessories

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•Writing & Reading
•General Arthritis

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•Grooming Aids
•Cast Protectors
•Weight Scales

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•Power Wheelchairs
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Rollator - 4 Wheel Walkers

A Rollator is a 4 wheel walker that generally include a seat and provide the most most advanced form of walking assistance for seniors, elderly, and disabled adults. There are a large variety of models to choose from in many designs and colors for both men and women. Almost all models are folding rollators to easily fit in your trunk or backseat and most include a built in padded seat and backrest for when that occasional break is needed. Height adjustment allows you to adjust the height of your rollator to accommodate your specific height. Adult sized rollators are typically made for users ranging from 5-2" to 6-3". However, there are models for taller adults, hemi rollators, and bariatric rollators for those weighing over 350 lbs.

Choosing Your Rollator:

Measuring for your rollator should not always be based on user height, as arm length can vary significantly. The best way to choose the correct height setting is to measure from your wrist to the floor while standing. This will be the height that you typically will need.

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