Established 1997

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Walkers with Wheels

Wheeled walkers are very similar to standard walkers. The major difference is that -- while standard models feature platforms at the bottom of each leg -- wheeled models feature at least two, you guessed it - wheels. Although platforms tend to provide a bit more stability, wheels can reduce friction and make movement easier. If you’re struggling to make a decision, try both styles and see what feels most natural. If lifting and maneuvering a standard walker is a struggle, you may want to opt for a wheeled variant, but if maintaining posture and balance is difficult with a wheeled walker, you may want to opt for a standard model.

  • Price:
    CAD $145.70
    • Padded backrest
    • Large 8" wheels for confidence on all terrains
    • Fully padded 12" x 12" seat with pouch
  • Price:
    CAD $95.00
    • One size fits all
    • Easy push-button mechanisms may be operated by fingers, palms or side of hand
    • Side brace adjusts with height of walker to provide additional stability
  • Price:
    CAD $99.00
    • Contoured and textured handgrips
    • Easy-to-use push-button mechanisms may be operated by fingers, palm or side of hand
    • Each side operates independently
  • Price:
    CAD $1,065.00
    • Ideal for neurological conditions
    • Backrest / middle brake
    • Ergonomically positioned comfort grip handle bars
  • Price:
    CAD $180.00
    • Special loop-lock brakes
    • Solid 7.5" wheels for indoor or outdoor use
    • Easy, one-handed folding
  • Price:
    CAD $885.00
    • Seat harness provides supports
    • Swivel wheel locking bracket
    • Pelvic stabilizer supports and stabilizes the pelvis
  • Price:
    CAD $45.00
    • Easily attaches to side frame of walker
    • Made of durable, easy-to-clean nylon
    • For use with most folding walkers
  • Price:
    CAD $150.00
    • For Bariatric use
    • Vinyl-contoured hand grip
    • Easy push-button mechanisms may be operated by fingers, palms or side of hand