Q: I have a condition that makes walking difficult, and I am currently using a walker with the handles as high as they will go so I can walk as upright as possible. The wheels are large, which is good for me, and I have installed wheel resistors that keep the wheels from spinning too freely. The brakes are also squeeze to brake. The built in seat is very accommodating, and the removable basket holds computers and accessories so I can deliver them to customers at work. It's light enough for me to handle it myself, getting it in and out of my car to drive to work.
I want to transition to a full upright walker that's easy for one person to use, because I am very independent. Is there a version that does not use forearm rests and brakes that do not have to be squeezed to release the wheels? The wheels on this appear to be rather small and there's no mention of wheel resistors which would make it safe for me to use.
Is there a model that has these features that you know of?
Q: How much does it weigh? How does it fold? What is length when folded?
Q: will medicare pay for this item? If so, how does that work online?
Q: How can I sit down on seat when tired? It looks as if there is a bar blocking the seat.
Q: Are there any lighter weight, easy to fold and transport U-step walkers made?
Q: what store will accept medicare so i can order the parkinson's walker with the lazer beam.
Q: What is your return policy in case this does not meet our needs.
Is this product on display in the Greenville SC or Atlanta, Georgia area.