When To Use A Walker Elderly?

Walkers, which can be adjusted to the height of the patient, are an ideal option when your senior patient or parent has to:

  1. He or she just need partial support for the weight of his or her body
  2. It is necessary to have more balanced stability than what a cane can supply.
  3. The ability to raise the walker, then set it down and take a step ahead
  4. upper body strength and mobility

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