A 4 Wheel Walker helps you keep your balance without strenuous effort. There are four wheels to lean on; however, the wheels allow you to move more quickly and smoothly than you could with a wheel-less walker. Types of walkers are standard, two-wheel, three-wheel, four-wheel and knee walkers.
The advantages of owning one are mobility, stability, seat and backrest options, not for profound weight-bearing, less flexibility, height, wheel size, and seat or no seat. When buying one, options to consider are to check the weight capacity, seat width, rollator brakes, push down brakes, loop brakes, locking features, and handle height.
To conclude, talk to a disability product representative soon, find out more about the types of walkers, their options, and how they will help you with your personal and professional needs. The benefits of a walker are so worth it.