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Walkers with Wheels - Folding Walkers with Wheels, Posterior Walkers & Rolling Walkers

If you're looking for a top-quality wheeled walker that will provide years of reliable service, you've come to the right place. Allegro Medical carries an extensive selection of walkers from industry-leading brands like Cardinal Health, Drive, Wenzelite, and Invacare. Wheeled walkers come in a variety of sizes and styles to suit a variety of needs. Some features include built-in seats, folding portability, and hand brakes. Whether you need a basic model or something with all the bells and whistles, we have quality options at the best prices guaranteed.

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  1. Meywalk 2000 Gait Trainer Meywalk 2000 Gait Trainer
    $3,833.82
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  2. Deluxe Bariatric Walker with Dual 5 Wheels - Case of 1 Deluxe Bariatric Walker with Dual 5" Wheels - Case of 1
    $72.60
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  3. Pelvic Stabilizer for Wenzelite Nimbo Posterior Walker - Pelvic Stabilizer for Wenzelite Nimbo Posterior Walker - Box of 1 Pelvic Stabilizer for Wenzelite Nimbo Posterior Walker - Pelvic Stabilizer for Wenzelite Nimbo Posterior Walker - Box of 1
    $82.36
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  4. Deluxe Trigger Release Folding Walker with 5 Wheels Deluxe Trigger Release Folding Walker with 5" Wheels
    $92.12
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  5. Seat Harness for all Wenzelite Anterior and Posterior Safety Rollers and Nimbo Walkers Seat Harness for all Wenzelite Anterior and Posterior Safety Rollers and Nimbo Walkers
    $111.85
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  6. Deluxe Travel Folding Walker With Fold Up Legs and Pouch- Each Deluxe Travel Folding Walker With Fold Up Legs and Pouch - Each
    $81.35
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  7. Nimbo Rehab Lightweight Posterior Posture Walker with Seat Nimbo Rehab Lightweight Posterior Posture Walker with Seat
    $359.40 - $410.31
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  8. Thigh Prompts for Trekker Gait Trainer Thigh Prompts for Trekker Gait Trainer
    $275.83
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  9. Forearm Platform for Trekker Gait Trainer Forearm Platform for Trekker Gait Trainer
    $315.35
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  10. I-Class Dual-Release Paddle Folding Walker with 5 Wheels - Junior - Case of 4 I-Class Dual-Release Paddle Folding Walker with 5" Wheels - Junior - Case of 4
    $325.00
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


How do I use a walker with 2 wheels? 4 wheels?

Wheeled walkers are mobility aids for people who can stand on both legs. If you can stand and walk with assistance, you can safely use a walker. The first step to using a walker is adjusting the top bars to the right height. Typically, the hand grips should be even with the creases of your wrists as your arms hang comfortably at your sides. Your posture should be upright, and your feet should be between the back legs (or wheels). Next, get a comfortable grip on the handles and walk close to your walker. If you have an injured or weak leg, push your walker forward and step toward it with the wounded or weak leg first, followed by the healthy leg.

What is the difference between a rollator and a wheeled walker?

A rollator and a wheeled walker primarily differ in the degree of weight-bearing assistance they provide. Since a rollator provides very little weight-bearing assistance, you should not use rollators if your doctor advises you to be non-weight bearing, partially weight bearing, or featherweight bearing. Wheel walkers like the Deluxe Bariatric Walker with Dual 5" Wheels offer the maximum weight-bearing assistance by supporting up to 500 lbs. Another significant difference is rollators are more comfortable for longer trips. Most of them have built-in seats and handbrakes to accommodate you better while resting.

Will Medicare cover my wheeled walker?

Medicare Part B pays 80% of the cost of walkers with wheels. However, you must get a prescription from a Medicare-enrolled doctor confirming that the walker is a medical necessity for you. Additionally, your medical equipment supplier must be a Medicare enrollee, and you must pay your deductible and the remaining 20% of the cost before Medicare covers the rest. Medicare can decide whether your mobility aid should be a rental or a single payment purchase.

What are the different types of walkers with wheels?

Depending on your need, there is a wide variety of walkers on wheels on the market. Besides a standard walker like the Deluxe Trigger Release Folding Walker, there are walkers like the 1-Class Lightweight Folding Paddle Walker with 5" Wheels for people with minimal upper body strength and bariatric walkers for those requiring extra weight support. If you need additional or specialized support, a pelvic stabilizing posterior walker or drive-side walker may suit you.


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