The two principal types of manual wheelchairs are rigid and foldable frame models. Rigid frame wheelchairs include a seat back that folds for transportation. The wheels have axles that may be quick released making it easy to allow them to fit into a motor vehicle. Most users are able to load their rigid wheelchair into a vehicle without help, because they are made of light-weight aluminum and normally weigh a mere 10 to 20 lbs. without wheels. Foldable frame wheelchairs are traditional wheelchairs or sometimes known as conventional wheelchairs. Conventional or foldable models are often heavier than the rigid type. If wheelchair weight is a concern then you will be happy to know that both the “rigid” and “foldable” wheelchairs are available in “lightweight” versions. Tale a look at our selections from well known manufacturers like Invacare, Medline, Drive, and many more. More on manual wheelchairs.
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The main benefits of electric wheelchairs are they are more adjustable when it comes to support, seating, reclining, tilting, and elevation. They can be safer to use as a seat when travelling in a vehicle. They also can be controlled with a joystick and provide for great movement in small and confined areas. Electric motorized wheelchairs generally utilize belts and gears in order to function. They are typically quiet in their operation. Belt drive versions require more routine maintenance than gear drive versions. Electric wheelchair models come in all sizes and greatly vary in their sturdiness. Light frame types usually are fantastic for indoor use while the heavy frame types will perform better if outdoor use is necessary. There are rear wheel drive units which are the most traditional and popular. Rear wheel drive units will not provide turning maneuverability like a front wheel drive model, but they have much higher speed capabilities. The front wheel drive models will offer improved and tighter turning attributes, but to insure stability, these models do not move as fast as the rear wheel drive models. Mid wheel electrical wheelchairs have the benefit of giving the user the tightest turning capabilities. They use extra castor and tip proof wheels to improve stability. However, because of the extra wheels, mid wheel units may be harder to operate on rough outdoor terrain. Electric wheelchairs are also sometimes referred to as Power Wheelchairs or Electric Motors Wheelchairs. More on Electric Power Wheelchairs.Click links to view entire selection–> Electric Wheelchair Deals Electric Wheelchair Products
There are many different types of walkers available. Some of the names that are used are Walking Frames, Zimmer Frames, Rollators, etc. Walk aids are generally designed to help you with your stability and endurance. They come in various shapes and sizes so you should have no problem finding the right walker to fit your needs. If you are in good health and consider yourself as having some trouble walking, then you might consider purchasing a three or four wheel rollator. A rollator is basically a walker with wheels that has the advantage of not having to lift up and down while you walk. If you consider yourself having trouble walking and also trouble with your stability, then you might want to look into the four wheel rollators, or the standard adult walker. If it is really hard for you to walk even a short distance, then a standard adult walker will probably be the best choice for you. As far as walker sizes are concerned, many of the walkers are adjustable or designed for specific types of users. For example, there are heavy duty models that can handle users that are over three hundred pounds if necessary. Majesty Health offers a selection of walkers and rollators for every user. We have selected the best products with the highest user reviews. We have even narrowed down our selection to include models that are 25 to 75% off with the best prices on the internet. We hope that we have the right walker for you!More on Medical Walkers and Rollators.
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Benefits of Mobility Scooters (or electric scooter wheelchairs) are they are less expensive than electric wheelchairs; steer with a tiller that works just like a bike handlebar. They are lighter than electric wheelchairs and can be handled and loaded much easier. They can also be taken apart if needed for easier transportation. Mobility Scooters are the most desired type of motorized chair. They can be obtained in three and four wheel models and are available with front or rear wheel drive. They are more reasonably priced than electric wheelchairs and many are designed for their mobility and ease of transportation. They steer the same way a bicycle does and have controls that allow you to control the speed. They are much lighter in weight than electric wheelchairs and can be disassembled easily to transport around town. Front wheel drive versions can typically hold up to 150 lbs. and are best suited for indoor usage while rear wheel drive units have maximum carry loads that range from 250 to 500 lbs. Rear drive models can handle rougher terrain, so they are good for both indoor and outdoor use. More on Mobility Scooters.