Two Wheel Walkers With Two Front Wheels

A two wheel rolling walker is defined as a walking aid with two front wheels and no rear wheels. These 2 Wheel Walkers are geared toward users who have more limited mobility and can walk slowly. We recommend adding gliders or tennis balls to the rear posts so that the user does not have to lift the walker at every step. The gliders also add some friction to the walker when walking and will stop the walker from rolling away.

2 Wheel Walkers
Our Price : Rs 2020

Primary use :

Two wheel walkers are for indoor use and short walks outdoors. Two wheel walkers are super lightweight and therefore great for travailing, some walkers as light as 5 lbs.! Note: 2 wheel walkers do not come with a seat.

When To Use :

  • Stroke
  • Post Surgery (TKR/THR) Cerebral Palsy
  • Fracture
  • Lower Limb Peripheral
  • Nerve disorders

Getting from Point A to Point B may not be as easy for everyone. For those that have suffered from a stroke, post lower limb surgery, cerebral palsy, a lower limb fracture or any peripheral nerve disorder, walking again, is an exciting but challenging task. The Invalid Walker Foldable adjustable walker plain provides a larger base of support facilitating balancing while walking. The wheels provided on the front side help in locomotion. The larger base with adjustable height options helps meet patient needs better. This walker gives the user extra support when walking or standing as it offers far more stability than a standard walking stick. It provides four additional points of contact and a stable center for gravity positioning. Being light weight and having soft hand grips makes it an ideal walking companion.

2 wheel Walker Castors Features:

  • Space Saving
  • Rigid Support
  • Universal Fit
  • Adjustable Support
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