Providing a more versatile mobility experience with our tilting and reclining wheelchairs.
Our positioning and tilt-in-space wheelchairs allow users comfort in their mobility no matter how complex their physical needs are. With customized support for the legs, arms, neck, and head, Freedom Mobility’s positioning wheelchairs alleviate pressure and ensure user safety.
What is a Positioning Wheelchair?
A more versatile version of a standard manual wheelchair, a positioning wheelchair offers additional functionality including tilting and reclining to desired degrees.
These chairs are often equipped with added support for the head, legs, feet, and arms, and can be customized to best suit the user.
Located in Hanover, Maryland, we proudly provide superior mobility solutions to customers from Glen Burnie, Towson, Rockville, Annapolis, Owings Mills and throughout Central Maryland.
What is a Tilt-In-Space Wheelchair?
A tilt-in-space wheelchair is the alternative to bed; it is best for patients who need an extended or permanent stay in a wheelchair or in bed. It is a sitting system recommended for individuals with different levels of disability. It even adapts to the most complex cases.
It allows the patient to assume a stable and comfortable position and to prevent incorrect or pathologic attitudes. Its particular structure allows breathability, hygiene and comfort.
What to Look for in a New Positioning Wheelchair
When it comes to finding the right wheelchair, Freedom Mobility strives to make the experience as easy as possible. Whether you’re looking for mobility equipment for the first time or are looking to upgrade from your existing positioning wheelchair, here are some important aspects and features to consider:
- Types of support
- Simplicity of controls
- Seating comfort
- Adjustable tilt
- Rocking tension
- Long-term stability
- Safety features
- Turning radius
- Seat width
- Size and weight capacity
- Weight and portability
- Manufacturer’s warranty
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