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If you or someone you love is dealing with mobility issues, rollators can be a helpful option to assist with walking. While somewhat similar to walkers, rollators have wheels on the base of each leg to help people with limited strength push the unit along as they walk. Choosing the proper rollator can be a challenge, and CVS offers a large selection with a variety of different helpful features. Simply sort the rollators by the number of wheels, style, age group, and more to find the right one for your needs.

How do Rollators Work?

In order to use a rollator, the person utilizing it needs to push it forward while walking at the same time. The rollator helps to offer stability and balance to the user so that they don't need to worry about staying upright or supported. These unique devices can offer independent mobility for those suffering from an injury, knee problems, joint pain, or just issues with getting around in general. Because they have wheels, rollators can help people who may have limited strength, making it much easier to push the rollator forward.

Components of a Rollator

Most rollators are made with an aluminum frame, a lightweight material that still maintains durability and support. Some models have three wheels, while others have four. A built-in seat is an excellent addition for those who may need to stop from time to time and take a break. Handbrakes provide the user with added safety if they ever need to stop quickly. Look for rollators with added features like storage bags or a space to store goods under the seat. This makes it much easier for the person to carry essentials like wallets, keys, and other important items hands-free so they can focus on using the rollator.

Rollator Safety

It's important to understand how to operate and use your rollator safely to avoid falls or possible injury. Always place the rollator directly in front of you whenever you take a step. Engage the handbrake if moving downhill or you feel like you need to stop suddenly for any reason. Use the chair (if included) to take a break so you do not overreach yourself and use it any time you feel out of breath or dizzy. Always keep your rollator close to your body as you walk in order to help ensure you're getting the best, most consistent support.

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