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Walker With Wheels / Front Wheel Walkers

Find the most durable walkers with wheels on AvaCare Medical now! Choose from stolidly constructed front wheel walkers from the most reputable medical manufacturers in the world. Get the wheeled walker you need at the price you want when you shop at everyone’s favorite online medical supplies store; AvaCare Medical! Read more...

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  1. Steel Adult Walker 2 Button with Wheels
  2. Invacare Junior Paddle Walker
    Invacare Junior Paddle Walker
    Starting at $67.38
  3. Invacare I-Class Paddle Walkers
    Invacare I-Class Paddle Walkers
    Starting at $53.37
  4. Bariatric Heavy-Duty Folding Walker with Wheels, Adult
  5. Two-Button Folding Walkers with 5" Wheels
    Two-Button Folding Walkers with 5" Wheels
    Starting at $43.20
  6. Deluxe Bariatric Walker
    Deluxe Bariatric Walker
  7. Paddle Folding Walker with 5" Wheels
  8. Deluxe Two-Button Folding Walker with Wheels
  9. McKesson Folding Steel Walker with Wheels
    Out of Stock
  10. Heavy Duty Bariatric Two Button Walker with Wheels
    Out of Stock
  11. ColorSelect Adult Walker w/ Wheels
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  12.  Everyday Dual Release Adult Walker w/ Wheels
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Why Choose a Standard Walker with Wheels?

A standard walker with wheels in front doesn’t require you to lift up the entire walker off the ground in order to take a step, and is therefore ideal for use by anyone with limited upper body strength. A 2 wheeled walker has an additional advantage over it a 4 wheeled walker; it’s more secure and less likely to slide forward, away from the user. 

How to Use Medical Walkers with Wheels

Using a standing walker with wheels is effortlessly simple. All you need to do is hold onto the handles, and push gently forward. There is no lifting involved when using a walking frame on wheels to get from one place to the next. 

Safety Tip #1: When using a 4 wheel or front wheel rolling walker, always make turns slowly and carefully!

How to Use 2 Wheel Walkers

Using a 2 wheel walker is simple. One must merely lift the rear end of the walker just a bit, and slide the walker gently forward before taking each step. The two wheel walker with brakes allows you to move more easily, but, at the same time, provides you with stable, dependable support. 

An ambulatory walker with wheels and brakes makes it substantially easier for the user to get from one place to the next. It reduces the amount of friction between the ground and the walker, and, ergo, allows for the user to exert less effort in order to maneuver the walker around, but, at the same time, it allows you to stop safely. If you have a standard walker, but you’re finding pushing it around to be strenuous, it may be time for you to switch to a wheels walker. 

Safety Tip #2: Don’t push the metal walker with wheels too much forward; make small steps. 

How to Push a Rolling Walker with Fixed Wheels

It is important to use any mobility product the way it’s supposed to be used. If you can, have a professional who is aware of how the mobility aid is meant to be maneuvered watch you use it for the first time, so that he can ensure that you’re using it properly. A walker with 2 fixed wheels in front, for example, is turned in the following manner: the person pushing it picks up his 2 wheel rolling walker, turns it a tad, picks it up again, turns it just a bit more, and keeps repeating these actions until he is facing the direction in which he wishes to go forward. Do not try to turn the walker with 2 front wheels by lifting it just once or twice; such can be dangerous, since doing the aforementioned poses a frighteningly serious fall hazard. 

How to Choose a Wheeled Walker

When searching for a wheeled walker, there are a number of factors that are essential to consider. These considerations can not only increase the practicality of the walker; often, they also allow the user to experience more comfort while using the wheeled walker. Here are several points to keep in consideration when you’re interested in using a wheeled walker. 

How Big are the Walking Frame Wheels?

Small mobility walker wheels will usually be about 3 inches in diameter, and those are excellent for anyone who uses their walker indoors. For people who ride their walkers outside, walkers with larger 5 inch wheels are more practical, since they’ll have an easier time riding over rough surfaces. A 5” wheel walker is the better option if you plan to use it both indoors and out.

What Type of Wheels?

As mentioned previously, there are two types of wheels; fixed wheels and swivel wheels. Swivel wheels allow for more maneuverability, but fixed front wheels are considered by some to be safer. The reason for this is that a walker with front swivel wheels can promote excessive confidence, for instance, while turning, and thereby lead to a fall. A walker with fixed wheels, in contrast, can be turned quickly and confidently; turns need to take place slowly and more carefully.

How Many Wheels?

There are some walkers with two front wheels, and others feature four wheels. 2 wheeled walking frames are a bit more sturdy and dependable, but that’s not to say that walkers with four wheels are not stable. They’re just not designed for people with very little mobility. When choosing between the two, keep in mind that 2 wheeled walkers are safer for use by those with less mobility, and those with more mobility can benefit from the 4 wheeled walker, which is easier to push. 

What’s the Weight Capacity?

This is the first thing to look for when trying to find any mobility aid. Also, when figuring out what weight capacity you need, keep in mind what you plan on bringing along while you’re using your walker. For instance, if you plan to go shopping for groceries using your leg walker with wheels, and attaching the bags to it for the trip home, estimate how much that’ll weigh, and when tallying the total weight you’ll need the walker to have the capacity to carry, calculate accordingly. 

Safety Tip #3: Never use a wheeled walker - even one with brakes - to go up or down the stairs! A walker with no wheels can be used, but exercise extreme caution if doing so. 

When It’s Time to Get a Wheeled Walker

You’ll know it’s time to get a wheeled walker when you begin to steady yourself by holding onto the nearest wall for support, and clutching onto furniture as you make your way through the house. If such occurs, invest in your safety and get a wheeled walker now!

Find durable walkers and walking canes with wheels on AvaCare Medical now! Choose a walker from the most trusted brands in the US. These walkers will allow you to walk around securely and confidently, and accomplish the things you’ve always loved doing. If you’re looking for a wheeled walker, you’ve definitely come to the right place.


Are you wondering which wheeled walker would be best for you? No worries! We have both aluminum walkers with wheels and such walkers without wheels. Simply send an email to [email protected], chat with us online, or contact us by phone at 1.877.813.7799. A customer care person will be happy to answer any questions and alleviate any concerns you may have. Shop now wheeled and non wheeled walkers now!