keeps you from moving as you wish? Are you recovering from a
broken hip or hip surgery? Has stroke weakened you on one
side? Do you struggle to maintain balance and control because
of Parkinson's, brain injury or other cognitive impairment?
equipped rollator may well get you rolling again.
One-hand or One-arm
Adding a hemiplegic
handle to a
Symphony rollator enables you to control the walker with
your body, while one hand handles the braking.
A walker can provide safe and reassuring walking support
and encourage an uninterrupted walking pattern.
A rollator equipped with a one-hand brake, plus a
handle for the affected side may be just what you need to get moving
A rollator can support you and provide a barrier to push against,
slowing you down. An optional slow-down brake directly combats
the tendency to walk faster and faster until you fall.
Optional laser light can help break freezing episodes.
A reverse-braking rollator like the
U-Step will not scoot away as you sit
down or stand up. Brakes are "always on" unless the handle is
squeezed, allowing movement.
provides peace of mind for those with balance problems and anxiety
about falling. A rollator focuses your
attention and provides a frame of reference. You move with
greater confidence and calm, knowing support is at hand.
are wonderful tools for overcoming limitations. Whatever your special
need or concern, you will likely find a rollator or rollator
attachment to help you cope.
some of the possibilities. Don't see what you need? Call
us for more options: 972-699-0071.