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How to adjust a walker to move around safely?
A walker helps with balance, reduces body weight on the legs and lessens fatigue associated with walking. - Online on April 21 2013
Do you need to use an orthopedic device because of an injury, accident, loss of autonomy or disability? The Services Unisanté videos offer you valuable advice to ensure your comfort and well-being if you need to use a cane, crutches, a walker or a wheelchair.
If you’re looking to purchase an orthopedic device or if you want personalized advice, don’t hesitate to consult your family pharmacist.
A walker helps with balance, reduces body weight on the legs and lessens fatigue associated with walking.
A walker may have feet or a combination of ski glides and wheels.
The wheels should be installed outside the frame of the walker for better stability.
If you find it difficult to lift the walking, have it fitted with ski glides and wheels. This will make it easier to move from one surface to another.
Here are some tips for properly adjusting a walker so you can move around safely.
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