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Mobility Solutions for Temporary Disabilities

The Freedom Mobility

Difference

I can't thank Kelly and her staff enough for how helpful and caring they have been during my mother's recovery. It is obvious that they have the client's best interests in mind. I highly recommend this company!
- Jill Layton Alperstein
Customer

Have you been struck with a temporary disability and need special medical equipment to help you get around? Unfortunately, buying medical equipment can be expensive, and if your condition is only temporary, you probably don’t want to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on equipment you won’t need in the long run. Luckily, there is equipment that you can rent that will improve your mobility while you’re recovering from your disability.   

Wheelchair 

A wheelchair is a popular tool for people with temporary disabilities. They allow users to rest their lower body while also allowing them to move around on their own. Most times, a manual wheelchair is all a person needs to help them get around while recovering from an injury. Sometimes, however, a power wheelchair is more beneficial. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. The only way to know which wheelchair is best for you is to talk to a mobility equipment rental specialist.    

Knee Walker 

If you don’t like the idea of a wheelchair or your temporary disability affects only one of your legs, a knee walker is a great alternative. These devices are good for people who are on the go and people who aren’t fond of crutches. Crutches are great devices for helping people stay mobile, but they come with a lot of problems. They’re uncomfortable under the armpit, they’re hard for people to balance on, and they’re a pain to transport. A knee walker has the same function as crutches but without all of the problems.    

Ramps

Sometimes, an injury or illness leaves you unable to climb stairs. This is when renting a ramp for your home is your best option. Ramps make it easy for people with temporary disabilities to access their home with ease. There are three main types of ramps: 

  • Modular 
  • Portable
  • Commercial-grade
  • Door threshold

Talking to a mobility expert will help you decide which ramp is best for your home. Whether you need a ramp for a month or a year, it’s a great way to have this convenience without spending thousands of dollars on buying one.    

Stairlift

A ramp is a good solution for navigating areas with stairs on the outside of your home but what about the inside? If your house has straight interior stairs, renting a stairlift during your recovery period is a great way to stay mobile in your home. You can save a significant amount of money by renting a stairlift instead of purchasing it.   

Need Temporary Mobility Solutions? 

Freedom Mobility has an extensive range of mobility solutions that you can rent during your recovery. Why spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on medical equipment you won’t need a year from now? Visit our mobility aid store in MD to see what solutions we have for you. If you have a lot of questions and want to talk to one of our experts one-on-one, you can request a consultation