Depending on your needs, we have a range of different walking aids:
A walker is a tool for users who require extra stability and support while moving around. The walker has two handles on the side that the user must grip as they walk, allowing them to lean on and transfer their pressure onto the walker. A rolling walker has wheels and are easy to maneuver. The seat is convenient for users who get tired after walking for long periods of time, and need short resting periods.
A Knee Scooter has three or four wheels and is used as an alternative to walkers, rollators and canes. The walker allows users to put a knee onto the platform while the other foot stays on the ground. This walker is best suited for those recovering from a leg injury who need to keep pressure off of their injured leg.
Crutches are typically used for those recovering from injuries, specifically leg injuries. The crutch helps with taking weight off the users legs, and gives better support to the user throughout their recovery process. Crutches are also a convenient alternative to users who cannot bring a wheelchair into a specific location, but must remain in an upright position.