Steel Folding Walker with Wheels
Steel Folding Walker. Adjustable Height, Sitting Security
It allows the patient only dragging the walker feel safe and not have to bear the brunt of it, adjustable height.
For those who prefer a highly maneuverable and durable walker, made of steel.
Less effort in moving due to the thickness of their wheels.
Steel folding walker with wheels.
For those who prefer a highly maneuverable and durable walker, made of steel, this support product is a really sturdy walker.
The two strong wheels 200mm diameter more generous than usual, require less effort to push the walker.
- Height adjustable cuffs.
- Foldable for easy storage and transport
- Adjustable in height.
- These wheels allow the patient just dragging the walker you feel safe and not have to bear the brunt of it.
- Item Weight: 3.84 Kg.
MAXIMUM USER WEIGHT: 110 Kg.
Security conditions and recommendations for use canes, walkers or crutches
The elderly can make a cane, walker or crutches useful and it is important to consider the following recommendations:
- You have to look forward while using the walker, not the ground or feet.
- You must use chairs with armrests to facilitate the person to sit or stand.
- Should ensure that there are no impediments to travel safely, as cables, carpets, wet floor …
- It is very important to wear appropriate footwear to prevent falls. Best to use rubber soled shoes without heel and closed behind.
- It is essential that the walker suits the older person, adjusting its height.
To use the walker it is necessary that the person has the strength of minimally conserved arms.
You will need to push the walker while walking and often raise it to save some small obstacle.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A walker or walking frame is a tool for disabled or elderly people who need additional support to maintain balance or stability while walking.
Walkers started appearing in the early 1950s.
The first US patent was awarded in 1953 to William Cribbes Robb, of Stretford, UK, for a device called “walking aid”, which had been filed with the British patent office in August 1949.
Two variants with wheels were both awarded US patents in May 1957, and the first non-wheeled design that was called a “walker” was patented in 1965 by Elmer F. Ries of Cincinnati, Ohio.
The first walker to resemble modern walkers was patented in 1970 by Alfred A. Smith of Van Nuys, California.