February 2017

Walker vs Rollator
What is the Difference Between a Walker and a Rollator?

The difference between a walker and a rollator is, wheels. A walker has four legs and all four legs stay in contact with the ground when you are moving. The walker must be lifted in order to move forward. A rollator has four wheels and brakes and does not need to be lifted to move forward. Rollators are easy to maneuver because the wheels swivel so moving about is easier. Walkers aren't as easy to move but they are more stable. Walkers can also partially support your weight while you are walking. [More]

Express Medical Supply New Medical Products
7 Brand New Products from Express Medical Supply!

We are always adding new products that are designed to help our customers and friends lives a little easier. From nebulizers to wound care, we have online medical supplies that can be used if you have mobility issues, respiratory needs, or just need to improve your day to day cleansing routine. Do you know have a favorite medical supply that you don't see on our website? Contact us and request a product, because we would enjoy talking to you about the product you are using. We love hearing from our customers! Many of the products listed here were recommended to us by people who used them every day and loved them. [More]