Browse our superb range of Knee Scooters and find the perfect deal. Sometimes called a Knee Walker, a Knee Scooter is generally equipped with 2, 3 or 4 wheels.
Medically, you may sometimes hear it referred to as a ambulation aid.
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In some countries, it’s also called a knee caddy, leg walker, knee cruiser or orthopaedic scooter.
Knee Scooters Ireland
Knee scooters, also known as knee walkers, are a type of mobility device that can be a great option for the elderly population.
They are designed to provide support and stability for individuals who are recovering from injuries or surgeries to their lower extremities, such as the foot or ankle.
Some of the most popular knee scooters include:
- Vive Mobility Knee Walker
- Orthomate Knee Scooter
- HOMCOM Medical Foldable Steerable Knee Walker Scooter
- Vive Mobility Knee Walker All Terrain
- KneeRover Hybrid Knee Walker
- Knee Walker with Ten Inch Four-Wheel Pneumatic Tire
- Go Knee Walker – Compact & Portable
- ViaGasaFamido Knee Scooter
- ECD Germany Foldable Knee Scooter
Knee Walkers for the Elderly and Disabled
One of the main benefits of using a knee scooter is that it allows for more independence and freedom of movement compared to using crutches. Crutches can be difficult to use for long periods of time and can cause pain and discomfort in the underarms.
A knee scooter, on the other hand, supports the injured leg and allows the user to move around with ease.
Another benefit of knee scooters is that they are relatively lightweight and easy to transport, making them a convenient option for the elderly.
Many models can be folded up and stored in a car trunk, making it easy to take on the go. When choosing a knee scooter, it is important to consider the user’s specific needs and abilities.
Some models have features such as adjustable handlebars and seat heights, making them more customizable for different body types and sizes. It is also important to consider the weight capacity of the knee scooter, as some models may not be suitable for individuals who are overweight or have limited mobility.