A wheelchair is a mobility aid. A wheelchair allows people who are unable to walk live more independently. People with severe arthritis, who are limited because of painful or deformed joints, may find a wheelchair necessary.
There are many wheelchair options to consider. You should start by assessing your needs and comparing that to features offered on various wheelchair models.
Heavy duty wheelchair. Durable, low-maintenance, triple chrome plated carbon-steel frame. Reinforced frame includes gussetted side frame, caster journels and dual crossbraces. Heavy-duty inner liners keep seats and backs from stretching. Flame-retardant upholstery resists mildew and bacteria, as well as cold-crack and UV damage.
Standard manual wheelchairs by Medline. Extra wide and reclining features available.
Reclining wheelchair for extra comfort. Reclines from 90 to 160 degrees. Has 22 inch back and 10 inch removable headrest.
Dual axle wheelchair allows the seat to be easily lowered. Easy-to-clean vinyl upholstery is flame retardant. Full size chart pocket on backrest. Offers flexibility.
Heavy duty wheelchairs with high weight capacities.
This transport wheelchair adds style to patient transport and weighs only 19 lbs. This makes lifting easier for the care provider. Quick release fold-down back allows the chair to fit compactly into small areas. Comfortable padded black cloth material is re-enforced to prevent stretching and ripping.