With many options out there in reclining wheelchair manufacturers you will need to understand and decide how a reclining wheelchair works to best suit your medical needs. One specific type of wheelchair that is recommended for patients is the reclinable wheelchair. This type of wheelchair allows you to move the backrest through a wider angle of options into a position that is comfortable for the user.
In addition, reclining wheelchairs may also be the best solution if you suffer from medical conditions such as: hight blood pressure, heart malfunction, hip contracture, and more. Through the rage of motion it’s not uncommon for medical patience to experience improvements in the aforementioned medical conditions above as a reclining wheelchair helps to increase the total range of motion that otherwise may not be possible.
More Ways That A Reclining Wheelchair Can Help
Reclining wheelchairs can help individuals suffering from specific conditions in many ways.
Pressure Sores – With the built in reclining feature of a Redman Power Chair the users body weight will be more evenly distributed across the chair to prevent and avoid pressure sores. Pressure sores are most common when an individual has become immobile and sits or lays down all day.
Hypotension and Hypertension – The Redman Power Chair helps aid with these two diagnosis by allowing users to adjust their leg and body position. Conventionally, sitting wheelchairs can lead to bouts of hypotension as an individual is immobile for long periods and will experience a decrease in arterial pressure. With a Redman it is easy to adjust for this through the use of controls featured on the chair its self.
Easier Transfers – Transferring a loved one from conventional wheel chair to a bed may be strenuous or impossible. With the Redman Power Chair, you can recline the users chair so that it is parallel with the bed, making transfers to and from much easier.
Comfort in Mind – Sitting for extended periods of time in a chair that doesn’t prioritize comfort can lead to a loss of overall loss in quality of living. Redman Power Chair accommodates it’s users by accounting for this and only uses the best materials for your all day comfort.
Reclining wheelchairs can help individuals suffering from specific conditions in many ways. With the ability to recline at progressive angles, our chairs help decrease energy exerted by individuals who suffer from ongoing medical conditions. In addition to helping with ongoing conditions, reclining wheelchairs offer more flexibility for care providers and family members when it is necessary.
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Redman Power Chairs is the #1 leading manufacturer for standing power chairs. With over 30 years experience and an invested interest in changing the power chair industry, Redman offers a proprietary patented design that is custom to it’s users specifications. If you’re looking for a motorized wheelchair that offers a complete body positioning system, superior customer service and even FDA Registration, then look no further.
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What Is a Motorized Wheelchair
In short, a Motorized Wheelchair is a chair that propels it’s user in one or many directions through the use of motors . Contrary to a motorized wheelchair is a manually powered wheelchair, motorized wheelchairs are useful for individuals with complications that prevent them from using a traditional wheelchair. In addition to physically limiting disabilities, motorized wheelchairs are used by patients who suffer from cardiovascular fatigue to prevent the heart from overworking its self. Additionally, people who suffer from pressure sores can now be relieved by a standing feature in the Redman power chair.
Most Motorized wheelchairs come in four or six wheel, non folding designs that may partially dismantle for commuting purposes, with an electronic motor. Most motorized wheelchairs come with an onboard charger that can be plugged into a wall outlet to re-charge the battery. In addition to these options, motorized wheelchairs also come with a Controller, Seat, Environmental Considerations and must be built with safety in mind.
How Does a Motorized Wheelchair Work
As mentioned above, motorized wheelchairs work specifically by using a drive train that consists of a front, mid or rear wheel drive system. Through the use of modern mechanics electric power is converted into rotational power and the chair moves its user forward.
In most cases the chair is is propelled by a user who has access to a controller or joystick. While controllers typically allow the controller to move in a field of 360 degrees, a joystick may have additional buttons or tailored sensitivity to access multiple control modes.
With the Redman power chair 107-ZRx we tailor all user needs to the chairs design specifically for the individual. In addition to a controller, Redman Power Chairs also come with the ability to stretch or raise your legs with the touch of a button to help with circulation and many other amenities. Learn more about all the amenities Redman offers in its line of power chairs.
Why Choose Redman Motorized Wheelchairs?
While there are many types of motorized wheelchair’s, nothing beats a Redman! In addition to our outstanding customer services and free demo, here are more reasons to love a Redman Powerchair!
- Raise and Lower Your Feet Above and Below Your Heart
- Eliminates Pressure Ulcers by Distributing Weight More Evenly
- Fully Reclineable Position
- Naturally Improves Symptoms of Hypotension
- Easier Wheelchair to Bed Transfers
- More Comfort
- Easy Catheterization for Caregivers
- Unbeatable Customer Service
Redman Power Chair pioneered the standing wheelchair over 20 years ago, combining fit and function with extreme reliability to enhance the lives of hundreds of satisfied customers. Our customers are the most discerning among power chair users and we enjoy many repeat buyers.
View our testimonial on the Redman Chief from John Johns, a C3-C4 incomplete quadriplegic as he tells his story on how his stand-up power chair has enhanced his life. He also discusses the ease of use and the high level of immediate service from the Redman staff.