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Drive Knee Walker
  • 8" fixed wheels
  • Folds compact

$199.00 Shipping: FREE

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Weil Knee Walker G2 by Medline
  • Zero turn radius lever
  • FREE Cane with Purchase

$315.00 Shipping: FREE

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Drive DV8 Steerable Knee Walker
  • Knee walker can be steered for increased maneuverability.
  • Ideal for individuals recovering from foot surgery, breaks, sprains, amputation and ulcers of the foot.

$261.00 Shipping: FREE

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Karman 4-Wheeled Knee Walker
  • Tool-free seat height adjustment from 17" - 23.5"
  • 8” flat-free casters for extra stability

$279.00 Shipping: FREE

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iWALKFree, Inc
iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch
  • Ends the pain and inconvenience of crutches or knee walkers
  • Hands free design allows user to maintain active lifestyle

$149.00 Shipping: FREE

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Knee Walkers

How to use?

To use a knee walker, the user simply places the knee of the injured leg on the cushioned platform and the cushioned platform supports the lower part of the injured leg.  Place one hand on the handlebar and use your good foot to push forward.  To turn, shift your weight to your good foot, just like you do when you are walking and lift the front of the knee walker or turn the handle – depending on whether the model is steerable or not.  A hand break is provided for increased safety and control.  We recommend you engage the hand break when getting on or off the knee walker.

What Conditions Can It Help?

Consider a knee walker if your injury is below the knee.  This could includes heel or foot spurs, diabetic ulcers, infections, fractures, dislocations, ruptured tendons, sprained ankles, or in situations where lower leg surgical operations are necessary.  Patients with amputations, arthritis, or with a neuromuscular problem may also benefit from the stability of the knee walker.

Crutches vs. Knee Walker?

Once you try one, you’ll feel the difference.  Crutches require users to maintain balance, while holding their injured leg in a bent position.  This is not natural or comfortable.  Also, sore armpits - addressed with the introduction of ergonomic crutches - are a common complaint from standard crutch users as well as sprained and sore wrists. Crutch users must take special care not to re-injure themselves while moving about.  On the other hand, knee walkers offer solid stability while supporting the injured lower leg and does so in a much more comfortable position. 


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