1. Ergonomic mobility with a walking bike instead of a rollator
Where rollators, a rolling walker with a seat, are not ergonomic in addition to the increased risk of falling, a walking bike offers a smooth-running, joint-relieving and ergonomic posture. A rollator is usually used with both hands in a bent posture. This disturbs the normal movement and walking motion. As a result, the back muscles are mainly used statically instead of dynamically, thus limiting the function of the spine for upright posture. The muscles tire more quickly and back pain sets in.