The best rollator is the one that's best for you
Rollators may be great, but are they for you?
Probably not, if you are young, strong, physically fit and agile.
Quite possibly, if:
- you struggle with limited mobility
- you are infirm, elderly, handicapped or disabled
- instability, pain, and fatigue prevent or limit your going and doing.
In such cases, rollators can provide increased comfort, safety, peace of mind and independence.
Rollators help when life gets hard
Let's face it, life is hard when you can't get around independently. When you worry about falling, or you run quickly out of steam and need to sit down.
Life is also hard when you have to hang onto someone for support and when you can't carry your own parcels.
What keeps you from doing what you want, going where you want? If the answer is pain, fatigue, muscle weakness or problems with balance, a rollator might well help. When dealing with medical issues, do check with your doctor or physical therapist to be sure a rollator is appropriate.
Rollators are not for those content to retire to bed or chair. On the contrary, rollators suit independent sorts who want to get around on their own two pegs and active souls determined to remain physically strong and vital.
If this sounds like you - or your loved one - then a rollator might just prove magical.
Show me the magic that rollators do
Rollators are great facilitators. They simplify. They encourage. They build confidence and enthusiasm. They also support and reassure.
Best of all, rollators work their magic in silken silence. Consider...
Rollators ease discomfort and exhaustion
Do you tire quickly? Find yourself casting about for somewhere to sit down and
re-coop? Rollators support you in motion and provide you a seat for resting.
You can take little breaks throughout a journey - and let the rollator basket do the hauling.
Rollators improve balance and stability
Are you shaky on your feet? Do you feel more secure holding onto something, like a shopping cart?
A rollator can provide that comforting presence. And, unlike canes or wheel-less walkers, rollators foster smooth walking and improved posture.
Rollators reduce risk and worry
Are you concerned about about tripping, stumbling, falling?
Rollators provide support at crucial moments, keeping missteps and stumbles from becoming accidents.
Rollators increase mobility and encourage activity
Are you frustrated by mobility problems? Determined to remain active and independent, despite instability or weak muscles?
Rollators may enable you to comfortably and safely continue with the activities you enjoy.
Choosing a rollator begins with you
Ready for an ally in the struggle to get and stay independent?
Then let's start locating that just-right rollator.
Different rollators suit different people. Obvious, right? But this is where your rollator search starts.
If you are tall, you will want a rollator to match, likewise if you're petite, or one-handed, or...
Are you average in every way? Thought not! Then explore the walkers that match your profile:
- Rollators for those who are petite
- Rollators for those who are tall
- Rollators for those who are heavy
- Rollators for those with low strength/endurance
- Rollators for those with balance problems
- Rollators for those who are one-handed
- Rollators for those with other special needs
Of course, you don't have to do this by
yourself. If you would like some guidance in picking a suitable
rollator, call and talk with our mobility expert: 972-699-0071,