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Folding Walker

  • Dual push button release for quick and easy folding
  • 5-inch non-swivel front wheels for added maneuverability

 

Weight capacity:  300 lb.

Details

Helps maintain balance and stability when standing and walking

  • Folds up for convenient, compact storage and transport
  • Easy push button height adjustment in 1 inch increments
  • Comfortable molded hand grips for a secure hold
  • Steel cross brace helps provide additional stability
  • Slip-resistant rear tips for secure support
  • Front glide tips included
  • Lightweight alloy construction
  • Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex
  • Width between handles: 23 in.
  • Height adjustment range: 32 in. - 39 in.
  • Weight capacity: 300 lb.

Recommend to use with*:

*Items sold separately

Image/Copy: Walker Basket

Image/Copy: Walker Ski Glides

General Care:

To ensure that your walker will have a long service life, inspect it regularly and follow these general maintenance tips:

Wipe the frame with a soft, damp cloth at least once a week to remove any dust and dirt. If exposed to moisture, dry immediately. Do not use an abrasive cleaner that will scratch the finish.

Use only a clean towel dampened with cool water when cleaning hand grips. Confirm that the hand grips are dry before using. NEVER use ammonia-based cleaning solutions or soap on hand grips, which may cause them to loosen or crack.

Periodically inspect all tips and wheels for wear or damage. If these issues develop, discontinue use until they have been replaced.

To ensure the best service from your product, contact Cardinal Health at 1-877-227-3462 for repair and/or appropriate replacement parts. DO NOT use non-Cardinal HealthTM parts.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee


At Cardinal Health, we stand behind our products with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.  If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, contact the healthcare provider or retailer where it was obtained for a replacement or refund. You can also contact us directly at 1-877-227-3462.

Warning:

Do not attempt to adjust or operate your walker without reading all instructions carefully. Failure to follow instructions may result in injury.

Consult with your healthcare provider if:

  • You require additional instruction on the proper use of this product.
  • You have any disability or physical limitation or are taking any medication that could cause interference with the safe use of this product.

Do not exceed the maximum weight capacity or serious injury may result.

Use the wheels on the front legs only. All four legs must be at the same height and fully locked into place before use.

Do NOT try to use stairs and escalators with walker unless your healthcare provider has provided training.

At regular intervals, check and tighten all fasteners and hinged parts.  Frequently check all plastic parts for wear. If any component of this product is damaged or missing, discontinue use immediately. Contact Cardinal Health at 1-877-227-3462 for repair and/or appropriate replacement parts. DO NOT use non-Cardinal HealthTM parts.

Use Cardinal HealthTM accessories only. The use of other manufacturers' accessories can result in an improper fit and risk of fall and/or injury.

Failure to follow the above instructions may result in serious injury and/or damage to the product. Cardinal Health assumes no responsibility for any injury or damage caused by improper installation, assembly, or use of this product.

Assembly

Adjusting Your Walker:

  1. Remove the walker from packaging and unfold it, setting it upright.
  2. Stand inside the walker and align the middle of your feet with the back legs of the walker. With your arms extended down, the walker handles should be at wrist height.
  3. To adjust legs to the correct height, press push buttons on each leg and slide into the desired height position before locking into place. Push buttons are engaged when they fully protrude through the holes in the bracket and an audible click is heard. At correctly adjusted height, your elbows should be flexed 20˚- 30˚ when holding hand grips.
  4. Use your feet to press the extension legs slightly inward, keeping them as parallel as possible. Grasp the width-adjustable brace frame on both ends and slide it down, maintaining equal force on both sides, until the brace frame is resting on the plastic tube end cover.
  5. To fold up the walker, reverse the above instructions.

To Attach Wheels:

  1. Gently place the walker on its side.
  2. Remove the two existing front leg extensions from the walker by pressing the push buttons and sliding the leg extensions completely off. Store the leg extensions for future use.
  3. While holding the wheel, press the walker’s leg push button in and slide the front wheel leg extension into place. Slide the wheel on until it locks into place at the desired height. Push buttons are engaged when they fully protrude through the holes in the bracket and an audible click is heard. Repeat for second wheel.
  4. Once the front legs have been properly adjusted and secured, turn the walker upright.
Ordering Info
SKU FEATURE
CWAL0008TR With wheels
CWAL0007NR With glides
Usage

Before Each Use

  1. Ensure all four legs are adjusted to equal height, with legs and/or wheels firmly on the ground before putting your weight on walker.
  2. Ensure all locking mechanisms and push buttons are fully engaged.
  3. Ensure hand grips are securely attached and do not slip.
  4. Check tips and wheels for wear or damage. If these issues develop, discontinue use until replaced.
  5. Do NOT try to use stairs and escalators with walker unless your healthcare provider has provided training.
  6. Watch out for potential safety hazards including, but not limited to, slippery, uneven or soft surfaces and objects in your path.

Using Your Walker

  1. Ensure all four legs and/or wheels are firmly on the ground before putting your weight on walker.
  2. Push or lift your walker a few inches in front of you.
  3. Step forward carefully using your weak leg first. Follow with your other leg, placed in front of your weak leg. Repeat steps to move forward.
  4. Maintain space between you and the walker. Positioning your body too closely to the front of the walker may cause you to lose your balance.
  5. Walk slowly, keeping your back straight and looking forward when walking, not down at your feet.

Walker Three-Point Gait Pattern

Step 1

Align the middle of your feet with the back legs of the walker.

Step 2

Ensure all four legs are in contact with the floor before putting your weight on walker and lifting or pushing the walker comfortably in front of you.

Step 3

Step forward carefully using your weak leg first. Follow with your other leg, placed in front of your weak leg. Repeat steps to move forward.

Wheelchair to Walker Transfer

Ensure wheels on the wheelchair are locked. Lift your body by pushing down on the armrests and carefully transferring one hand at time to the walker. If there is an injury to left leg/foot, transfer right hand first, followed by left hand, reversing directions for injury to right leg/foot.

Note: Additional assistance may be required