Walking Aids

Walking Aids near Claremont, Ca and Upland, CA

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If you are in need of a walking aid, look no further than Cucamonga Medical. You can depend on our knowledgeable staff to provide you with all the information you need as well as suggestions based on your unique situation and requirement. Quality customer service is always our top priority.

Read the information given below to learn about the different types of walkers we have available. Contact us if you have any questions or would like to discuss your needs. We make house calls when necessary!

Which Type of Walker Is Right for You?

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Canes

Canes are the entry-level member of the ambulatory aids family. Available in a wide range of styles, canes offer something for everyone.

Single-point canes provide some stability while remaining relatively small and convenient, whereas quad canes give a sturdy footing but take up some more space. For long-term usage, we recommend quad canes.

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Standard Crutches

Standard Crutches are mobility aids that distribute weight on pads under the armpit. These types of crutches are more frequently used. It is ideal for individuals keeping weight off an injured, or post-operative foot, ankle, knee or leg. It provides stability and independent mobility even after surgery or injury. Whether you have a broken leg or a lifelong disability, we can provide you with a wide variety of crutch options. Be sure to pay attention to any listed height restrictions when ordering.

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Standard Folding Walkers

All models are designed to fold, which makes them easy to get in and out of vehicles or store in a closet. Most standard folding walkers can also accommodate accessories, such as wheels and brakes.

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Rollators

Rollators are top-of-the-line walking aids. They are available in both 3- and 4-wheeled models. Rollators are equipped with locking hand brakes and baskets, and mostly offer a convenient seat, so you can rest whenever you need to.

You'll also find rollator models that feature pressure brakes which are ideal for users who don't have the strength to operate hand brakes. Top all of these great features off with a wonderful range of color options, and you have the best walkers on the market!

Among the best in this category are rollators by Invacare and Nova. We also invite you to explore our selection of knee walkers and other specialty walkers.

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Forearm Crutches

Forearm Crutches are a walking aid that transfers the weight from the legs to the upper body. The forearm crutch is smaller than standard crutches and has a cuff that goes around the forearm. It is used by inserting the arm into the cuff and holding the grip. Forearm crutches are ideal for individuals with longer term injuries and illnesses.

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Standard Walker

Standard Walkers have a sturdy design that provides enhanced support and balance. The standard walker is lightweight and easy to transport making it beneficial for elderly, disabled or recovering from surgery. It is best used to travel short distances. The top rail of a standard walker typically has two hand grips made of either soft foam or harder rubber foam for comfortability.

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UpWalker

The UpWalker helps restore individual mobility for elderly and mobility compromised individuals. This walker is designed with arm rest supports that allow the user to be in a secure upright position with better posture. It has height adjustable armrests, brakes, and a seat. It is a supportive walking aid designed to provide more stability and safety than standard walkers.