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Medical Walkers & Walking Frames

Walkers for Adult, Junior Petite and Children.
Find both Standard & Specialized Walkers, Rollators and Gait Trainers.

Rollators Adult Folding Walkers Junior Folding Walkers
Rolling Walkers with seats.
Adult Walkers Standard Size for users 5'3" up.
Junior Size Walkers (5'2" and Shorter)
Heavy-Duty & Bariatric Hemi Walker Pediatric Walkers
Bariatric Walkers for users 300 to 1000-lbs.
Side Stepper Hemi-Walker 1-Hand Walkers
Pediatric Walkers, Gait Trainers and Safety Rollers
Specialty Walkers Merry Walker Canes & Crutches
Specialty Walkers and Knee Walkers
Merry Walker Products
Canes & Crutches
Walker Accessories
Wheels, Brakes, Trays, Accessories
Specializing in all types of walking aids for the elderly, Preferred Health Choice is proud to offer mobility walkers - in a vast range of configurations, from the top manufacturers in the industry, including:
  • Adult, junior and pediatric walkers
  • Heavy-duty and high weight-bearing bariatric walkers
  • Rollators, side-steppers, merry walkers and other specialty walkers
  • Knee walkers
  • Walking frames
No matter what type of medical walker you require, you can feel confident that we only offer the finest quality equipment and, because of the large quantities of units we supply, we can still offer the lowest prices available. When it comes to medical walkers for sale, we're confident that we provide the widest selection offered anywhere. In the event you're having difficulty finding the exact model that best suits your requirements, just give us a call on our toll-free line at (866)722-4581 and we’ll be happy to help!

Walkers and Accessories

Choosing a Walker size is easy. You can visualize it. The handlebars should be somewhere around "belt" height, and usually just below "belt" height is better. In this position it's easier to put weight on the handlebars. It's difficult to put weight on handles that are set higher than waist-height.
Here's some basic advice on choosing a size: How to measure for Rollator and Walker.

Rollator Parts: Rollator Parts by Brand

See Anterior vs. Posterior Walker