Manual Wheelchairs

Manual Wheelchairs near the Inland Empire and Claremont, Ca

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Standard

Most Standard Wheelchairs are made with a steel frame. Most standard wheelchairs include wheel locks fixed, adjustable height, swing away, and/or detachable armrests. These wheelchairs have a seat width and depth between 16 and 20 inches. They are great for both indoor and outdoor use.

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Lightweight

Most lightweight manual wheelchairs are also very sturdy making them perfect for travel with individuals who have limited mobility. It provides reliable stability when using independently or with assistance. They are great for both indoor and outdoor use.

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Ultra Lightweight

Most Ultra Lightweight Wheelchairs are built on aluminum frames to remain sturdy without the added weight. The ultra lightweight wheelchairs are perfect for individuals who are active and on the go making it optimal for travel.

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Heavy Duty

Heavy Duty Wheelchairs are ideal for individuals with a larger body frame. Heavy Duty Wheelchairs can reach a weight capacity of 700 lbs. They have larger seat sizes than regular manual wheelchairs and can have a seat width of up to 32”.

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Recliner

Recliner Wheelchairs offer up to a 90 degree decline making it very comfortable for users. A reclining wheelchair back is especially important for individuals who cannot sit in a full upright position. This can also alleviate some pressure for individuals that are using a wheelchair long term.

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Tilt

Tilt Wheelchairs are wonderful for redistributing pressure specifically off of the buttocks and thighs. It is also very good to redistribute blood flow to the legs to prevent discomfort. Tilt Wheelchairs are especially beneficial for individuals who need more physical assistance and have very little mobility. Patients who experience the least discomfort when sitting are often more productive.

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Pediatric

Pediatric Wheelchairs are great for young people with injuries or disabilities. They are great for both long term and short term mobility impairment. Seat widths can range from 10” to about 16”. Pediatric wheelchairs provide postural control and helpful positioning while still allowing children the freedom to learn, play, and explore.