Repeat the cycle to continue walking forward.
It is important not to step too close to the front crossbar of the walker to avoid falling. Your body should remain in the central part of the walker. Also, be sure that all four feet of the walker contact the floor at the same time to avoid tipping the walker over.
By working closely with your doctor and physical therapist, you can use the correct walker properly to ensure safe and independent walking.
O'Sullivan, S. B. (1994). Physical rehabilitation: assessment and treatment. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Company