The ability to get from here . . . to there . . . is practically the definition of independence. And Allegro offers hundreds of ways to get there, regardless of your ability. Just take a look at our large selection of canes, walkers, rollators, wheelchairs and mobility scooters!
Choosing the right mobility equipment is important for your health and safety. Read the product descriptions carefully so that you understand the capacities, dimensions and benefits of each product. Your physical capabilities must also be considered when choosing the right mobility equipment. Your doctor, caregiver or health care professional can help recommend the best type of equipment for your current and future mobility needs. When it comes to getting around, Allegro is sure to have exactly what you need.
TYPES of MOBILITY AIDS
Canes can be used for balance (single tip) or to bear your full weight (quad). The top of the cane should be at the same level as the crease on the back side of your wrist with your arms at your side. Measure the distance from your wrist to the floor, with shoes on. Review this MayClinic.com Slideshow: How to choose and use a cane for more information.
Already have a cane? How about attaching a Cane Ice Grip this winter?
Crutches are fitted according to your height. When you stand, your elbows should bend slightly at about 20 degrees, with your hand grips even with your hip joint. You should be able to fully extend your elbow with each step forward.
Get going with with an electric mobility scooter! These battery powered vehicles are full of options and can be a great alternative to a wheelchair for those with limited mobility but good manual dexterity.
Read these Mobility Buyers Guides first:
3 Wheel Mobility Scooters
4 Wheel Mobility Scooters
For balance, or if you are at risk for falling, a walker may be the perfect choice. Rule of thumb: A standard walker without wheels is most stable. Walkers with wheels may get you around faster, though, because you can put your weight on the walker as you move. Rollators, or 4-wheeled walkers really keep you moving. Review this MayoClinic.Com Slide Show: How to choose and use a walker for more info.
Rollator/Transport Chair Combo
Choosing a wheelchair, except the most basic models or transport chairs, requires help from a nurse, doctor or therapist. Once you’ve determined your requirements as to special features, type of wheelchair, back height, width, weight and support you need, it’s a matter of choosing the style that suits you.
Heavy Duty Wheelchairs
Standard Weight Wheelchairs
Transport and Specialty Wheelchairs
Ultra Lightweight Wheelchairs
Other mobility categories that may be helpful are Ramps, Transfer Boards and Bath Safety Transfer Benches.
Another Independence Helper. . .
Beasy Board Trans Easy Transfer System – Wheelchair users, this portable transfer board can greatly improve your independence, especially if you have difficulty getting in and out of an automobile. Don’t leave home without it! See also the Beasy Board Glyder
Need more help? Feel free to call us at 1-800-861-3211 to consult with a mobility specialist! Thanks for your business. We appreciate it.
Need a little help getting around? For many, cooler weather means Autumn outings, family travel and events galore. Allegro has hundreds of products to shore up your mobility stability, allowing you to increase your independence and get you on the move!
If you have a friend or loved one with decreased mobility, let them know about these products and share our fabulous discounts & promotions.
Preparing for house guests? It’s nice to have a walker, cane, rollator or transport wheelchair on hand if you have elderly visitors, especially over the holidays.
Cane, Crutch, Walker, Rollator, Transport Wheelchairs, Scooter & Knee Walker
Offset Cane with Strap – If you’re 4’4″ to 6’4″ and under 250 lbs, this is your cane. Great grip and stability.
Quick Change Crutches – Trade in your heavy old wooden crutches and get moving with a pair of these lightweight aluminum beauties. Quick, push button height adjustment.
Lightweight Forearm Crutches – One-piece molded cuff and hand grip for maximum safety & comfort. Cool colors.
Dual Release Adult Walker – Quiet operation, wide, deep frame. Lightweight aluminum. Large number of height adjustments. Terrific value.
Aluminum Rollator with 6″ Wheels– Ideal for indoor or outdoor use, this rolling walker is a terrific mobility aid for people with limited hand function. A special lock protects fingers from “snapback” injuries when the brake is released. Comes with a basket that can be mounted underneath or in front. Large 12″ x 12″ padded seat. Removable backrest. One handed folding. Wt. Capacity 300 lbs. Lifetime warranty.
Strolleasy Lightweight Portable Transport Wheelchair – Perfect for all activities, especially travel. Ultralight, this travel wheelchair weighs under 15 lbs. Folds up in 3 easy steps (no tools) and stores in its own carry bag with shoulder strap. Fits into most airplane overhead containers and easily into car trunks. Yeah! Brakes are foot operated by the caregiver.
Expedition 12″ Rear Wheel Transport Chair – Safe and comfy transport, this folding transport chair comes standard with fixed fully-padded arms, a fold-down back and swingaway footrests. Attendant-operated wheel locks. For users up to 250 lbs.
Ableware Wheelchair Cup Holder – Hands-free drink holder. What’s not to love? Holds a cup, glass, can or bottle. Also works on bed rails and other tubular frames. Easy to position.
Phantom 3-Wheel Scooter – Previously known as the Stringray, this super affordable scooter is LOADED. On board battery charger, flip back adjustable width arms, sleek stylish design. Super reliable and easy to use in the house or outside. Disassembles in 5 lightweight pieces. Fits in most car trunks so you can take it anywhere. Max speed 4 mph – up to 15 miles per charge. Order today for delivery at your home!
Knee Walker with Fixed Wheels – A great new alternative to standard crutches. Especially designed for those with a below-knee injury. Great for foot surgery recovery. Just put your knee of the injured leg on the knee pad and propel the knee walker around with your good leg. To steer, take a step with the good leg while gently lifting the handle and turning in the direction you want to go. Comes with brakes which can be adjusted for right or left handed use.
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