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If you are only temporarily in a wheelchair and have ample arm/upper body strength, a manual wheelchair is probably the way to go. If, however, you are confined to a wheel chair and expect to be for a longer period, or if you lack the physical strength to operate the manual chair for an extended period of time, an electric power wheelchiar may be the perfect choice. Why exhaust yourself trying to get around, save that valuable energy for something you enjoy! Lead a self-reliant life by choosing the wheel chair that is right for you! Like any other type of purchase you make, do your research before you buy. If you put some thought and consideration into what you need in a chair and how much you will use it, you will be much happier with your purchase in the end.
Manual wheelchairs are self-propelled by the user or pushed by an attendant. They are typically lighter in weight and simple to use. Manual wheel chairs are recommended for everyday or occasional use.
Standard wheelchairs are designed for people under 300 lbs, and are generally more affordable than a more specialized wheel chair.
Lightweight transportable wheelchairs are compact and designed to be foldable or easy to take apart for transport. A manual transport chair can not be self-propelled, but requires an attendant to push it- or you may use your feet to scoot it along. An electric transport chair generally weighs less than 100 lbs.
Beach Wheelchairs are specially designed for fun in the sun! With special tires and other features made to be used around water and sand.
Rocking and Reclining Wheelchairs are designed for patient comfort, napping, reading or conversation. The tilt positioning also prevents pressure ulcers. The only downside is that they are typically hard to transport.