Mobility Walkers

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Nova Knee Walker, 31¼ – 37¼ Inch -Each
Nova Knee Walker
Sale price$617.99
drive Steel Folding Walker, 25 – 32 Inch Height -Case of 4
drive Deluxe Aluminum Dual Release Folding Walker - 775571_EA - 2
drive Aluminum Dual Release Folding Walker, 32 – 39 Inch Height - 741917_EA - 1
McKesson Aluminum Folding Walker, 32 – 39 Inch Height - 1128907_EA - 1
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McKesson Steel Knee Walker, 31 – 40 Inch Height - 1128894_EA - 1
McKesson Steel Knee Walker
Sale price$292.99 Regular price$329.99
McKesson Steel Walker, 32 – 39 Inch Height - 1128891_CS - 1
McKesson Aluminum Folding Walker, 25 – 32¼ Inch Height - 1088077_CS - 1
McKesson Adult Aluminum Folding Walker - 1088076_CS - 1
McKesson Folding Aluminum Walker - 1076176_EA - 1
400 Series Walker Chair Adjustable Height - 767554_EA - 1
McKesson Walker, 32 – 39 Inch Height - 1128909_EA - 1
Drive IV Pole - 1025955_CS - 1
Drive IV Pole
Sale price$50.99
Drive Steel IV Pole - 555408_EA - 1
Drive Steel IV Pole
Sale price$48.99
Mckesson Disposable IV Stand - 1139254_CS - 1
McKesson Disposable IV Stand
Sale priceFrom $45.99
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Mckesson Infusion Pump Stand - 407328_EA - 1
Mckesson Infusion Pump Stand
Sale price$303.99

Types of Walkers

  • Folding Walkers
  • Bariatric Walkers
  • Youth Walkers
  • Steel Walkers
  • Aluminum Walkers
  • Walkers with Wheels
  • Walkers without Wheels

How to choose a walker that is right for you.

When choosing a walker that fits your needs, you should consider the height of the walker, the material the walker is made out of, the features of the walker, and how you plan on using the walker. First is the height. If you're taller than you need to ensure the walker adjustable height range will accommodate your needs. Once you've decided on the correct height range, ask yourself if the weight of the walker matters to you or do you need more stability. These decisions will help you make the right choice between aluminum or steel and folding or non-folding walkers. 

Mckesson Travel Walker in flame red color

Steel or Aluminum Walker, which material is best for me?

Walkers normally come in either steel or aluminum. When choosing a walker based on the type of materials that they are made out of, there are a few things to consider. If you will be using it on the go then an aluminum walker is best because it's lightweight and easier to move around. If you need a Bariatric Walker for example, then steel is your best bet because it has a higher weight capacity to accommodate the user. 

Have more questions? View Mobility FAQ here.

Frequently Asked Questions about Mobility Walkers

A walker is a mobility aid that helps people with limited mobility to walk by providing support and stability. It typically consists of a metal frame with four legs and handgrips.

Walkers are commonly used by people with disabilities, injuries, or conditions that affect their ability to walk without assistance, such as arthritis, Parkinson's disease, or stroke. They are also common for the elderly to help assist them while walking.

The right walker depends on your individual needs and preferences, as well as your height, weight, and level of mobility. Consider factors such as the type of terrain you'll be using it on, the level of support you need, and the ease of use. A healthcare professional can help you choose the best option for you.

Most walkers come with adjustable height settings. To adjust the height, locate the adjustment mechanism on the legs of the walker and loosen the knob. Then, raise or lower the legs to the desired height and tighten the knob to secure the legs in place.

Yes, many walkers are designed to be lightweight and foldable, making them easy to transport in a car or on public transportation. Check the specifications of your walker to ensure it is suitable for travel.

To use a walker safely, ensure that it is adjusted to the correct height, and use it on a stable surface. Keep the walker close to your body and hold onto the handgrips firmly. Take small steps and keep your feet within the frame of the walker to maintain balance.

Regularly clean your walker with a damp cloth to remove dirt and debris. Check the screws and bolts periodically to ensure they are tightened properly. If you notice any damage or wear and tear, replace the damaged parts immediately.

There are several types of walkers, including standard walkers, wheeled walkers, knee walkers, and rollators. Each type is designed for specific needs and preferences.

If you notice any signs of wear and tear, such as rusted or loose bolts, cracks in the frame, or worn-out rubber tips, it may be time to replace your walker. Consult with a healthcare professional to determine if a replacement is necessary.

Yes, many walkers are designed for outdoor use and can handle different types of terrain, such as gravel or grass. Consider getting a walker with larger wheels or adjustable height settings for outdoor use.

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