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Roscoe Steerable Knee Scooter Nova Knee Walker TKW-12 MOBB Healthcare Folding Knee Walker with Front & Rear Brakes
Roscoe Steerable Knee Scooter
Our Price: $229.00

Nova Knee Walker TKW-12
Our Price: $379.95
  • 8" Rubber Wheels with Sealed Bearings
  • Approximate: User Height: 4'11" to 6'0"
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
  • Deluxe lever brake ensures safety
  • Approximate: User Height: 5' 4" to 6'4"
  • Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
  • Height adjustable
  • Removable storage bag
  • Foldable frame facilitates transport and storage
Knee Walker Scooter by Vive Health Drive Medical Economy Folding Knee Walker Nova Medical Turning Knee Walkers
  • Four 8-inch polyurethane wheels provide an exceptionally stable base
  • Easy maneuverability both indoors and outdoors.
  • Weight limit 300 LBS
  • A strong, durable frame supports users up to 350lbs.
  • 8" wheels are ideal for indoor and outdoor use
    • Deluxe lever brake ensures safety
    • Approximate: User Height: 4'11" to 6'2"
    • 3 Models to Choose
    Knee walkers, also known as knee scooters, are mobility aids designed to assist individuals with foot or lower leg injuries in getting around more easily and comfortably. Here are some key points about knee walkers:

    • Purpose: Knee walkers are used as an alternative to crutches or traditional walkers for individuals recovering from foot, ankle, or lower leg injuries, surgeries, or conditions that make weight-bearing on the affected leg difficult or painful.
    • Design: They typically feature a padded platform to support the injured leg, handlebars for steering and balance, and wheels for mobility. Some models may have adjustable height settings and folding mechanisms for convenient storage and transport.
    • Benefits: Knee walkers provide greater stability and maneuverability compared to crutches, allowing users to navigate various indoor and outdoor surfaces more easily. They also help reduce strain on the upper body and improve overall comfort during the recovery process.
    • Usage: Users rest their injured leg on the padded platform and propel themselves forward using their unaffected leg, while steering and maintaining balance with the handlebars. Knee walkers are suitable for use both indoors and outdoors, depending on the terrain.
    • Considerations: When choosing a knee walker, consider factors such as weight capacity, adjustable features, wheel size, and overall stability to ensure it meets your specific needs and preferences.

    Whether you're recovering from surgery, an injury, or experiencing mobility challenges, a knee walker can be a valuable tool to help you maintain independence and mobility during the healing process.

    1-866-218-0902. Are you local to SW Florida? Stop in to one of our locations below to see us and try one out. Don't forget to mention the $50 OFF In Store Promotion!

    Sarasota: 3672 Webber Street
    Venice: 1180 Jacaranda Blvd.
    Naples: 13030 Livingston Rd.
    Port Charlotte: 4265 Tamiami Trail
    Fort Myers: 8595 College Parkway

    Hours: Monday- Friday 9am-5pm Saturday 9am to 3pm