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How To Walk With A Walker

When starting from a standstill, lift the walker and place it a few inches (centimeters) ahead of the body so that your toes are even with the rear legs.

1) Step forward so that the middle of the leading foot is even with the rear legs of the walker.

2) Then take a second step into the middle of the walker bringing the foot slightly ahead of the first foot.

3) Move the walker a few inches (centimeters) ahead of the body so that the back legs are even with the toe of the front foot. Then begin another set of steps.