| Wheelchair Manufacturers
Here are a few big names in wheelchair manufacturers.
You can take a peek at some of the latest offerings on their
Everest & Jennings
Graham Field Healthcare
Once you know the wheelchair you wish to buy, you may be tempted
to shop online where you'll see very low prices. But be cautious:
even when stated, "we provide service for the life
of your wheelchair", that's not always possible.
Online companies generally sub-contract repairs out to local
vendors, but if they can't find one near you, they have to
ship. Then the customer sometimes pays the freight and
Also, it's not safe to assume you can bring
your Internet-purchased wheelchair to any local vendor for
repairs. There is a shortage of vendors, period, and some
won't repair a wheelchair they didn't sell you. Therefore,
always shop for service along with your wheelchair.
It's vital. Sometimes it's actually worth paying the higher
price to a reliable, storefront vendor who handles all aspects
of sales and service.
Claiming to handle the insurance-end of your purchase can
give the false impression that the company will handle everything
(and hopefully, some do). So don't be impressedall companies
must process insurance forms nowadays in order to remain competitive,
and get paid!
your custom wheelchair finally comes in:
Make sure everything
is adjusted to your liking; continue getting repairs
and adjustments as needed.
Try to find
an inexpensive, second wheelchair so you're never stranded.
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is a summary; it is not comprehensive and should be carefully
evaluated by consumers with the assistance of qualified professionals.
The intention of Infinitec Inc. is to offer consumers a brief
overview of various assistive technology devices and their