Bariatric Rollators

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McKesson Bariatric Folding 4-Wheel Rollator, Blue - 1065270_EA - 1
Nitro HD Bariatric 4 Wheel Rollator, Black - 1081351_EA - 1

A bariatric rollator is a walker that has wheels, allowing you to move around more easily and with less effort than with a traditional walker which you have to scoot around. (We've all seen the tennis balls on walkers, right.) Bariatric rollators are larger and sturdier than standard rollators, made of stronger materials, and are able to support heavier weights. They are also equipped with wider seats and handgrips.

Additional Features

Like most rollators they also have additional features, such as storage baskets and brakes, to make them more functional and user-friendly. Bariatric rollators are helpful for people who are overweight or obese, and can help them maintain their mobility and independence so they can live their life on their own terms. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Bariatric Rollators

A bariatric rollator is a specialized walking aid designed to support individuals with obesity or higher weight capacities. It features a sturdy frame, wider seat, and reinforced construction to accommodate heavier users.

Bariatric rollators typically have weight capacities ranging from 300 to 500 pounds (136 to 227 kilograms) or even higher. The specific weight capacity may vary between different models, so it's important to check the manufacturer's specifications.

Bariatric rollators are specifically designed to provide enhanced stability and durability for individuals with higher weight requirements. They have a wider frame, wider seat, and reinforced construction compared to standard rollators.

Yes, most bariatric rollators come with adjustable handle heights to accommodate users of varying heights. This feature ensures proper ergonomic positioning and optimal comfort during use.

Many bariatric rollators are designed with foldable frames, allowing for easier transportation and storage. However, due to their sturdier construction, they may be slightly heavier than standard rollators.

Yes, bariatric rollators are typically designed to be used both indoors and outdoors. Their robust construction and larger wheels provide stability and ease of maneuverability over various terrains.

Absolutely! Bariatric rollators are primarily designed for individuals with higher weight capacities but can be used by anyone who requires additional support while walking. They can be beneficial for people with balance issues or those recovering from surgery.

Yes, most bariatric rollators are equipped with hand brakes that allow users to control their speed and provide added safety when navigating inclines or uneven surfaces.

Yes, many bariatric rollators have accessory options available, such as baskets, trays, or pouches, that can be attached to the frame to carry personal belongings or provide additional convenience.

In many cases, bariatric rollators may be covered by insurance, particularly if they are deemed medically necessary. However, coverage varies depending on the insurance plan and individual circumstances. It is advisable to consult with the insurance provider to determine the specific coverage details.

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