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Buying a Rollator Walker - Tips From a Licensed Physical Therapist

Outline: Important considerations of selecting your four wheeled walker with a seat.

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As a physical therapist, of the most common requests I get from my patients is "How can I get one of those rollator walkers

My business entails assessing people with physical disabilities on a daily basis. Below are the five most important considerations of selecting your four wheeled walker with a seat.

Best of luck in your purchase.

Jeff Roth MPT is a licensed physical therapist and owner of Roth Therapy Services LLC, a home health care specialty group in Pittsburgh, PA. In addition to his practice, Mr. Roth offers advice on aspects of home health such as buying stair lifts, power wheelchairs, wheelchair lifts & mobility scooters at his site WalkersandWheelchairs.com

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Cite: Journal: Disabled World. Language: English. Author: Walkers and Wheelchairs. Electronic Publication Date: 2010/11/20. Last Revised Date: 2017/02/08. Reference Title: "Buying a Rollator Walker - Tips From a Licensed Physical Therapist", Source: Buying a Rollator Walker - Tips From a Licensed Physical Therapist. Abstract: Important considerations of selecting your four wheeled walker with a seat. Retrieved 2019-11-22, from https://www.disabled-world.com/assistivedevices/mobility/walking/rollator-walker.php - Reference Category Number: DW#194-6240.
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