Drive Trotter mobility chair offers parents and caregivers a lightweight, foldable alternative to heavier wheelchair-style mobility bases. The new generation Trotter comes with padded seat & back upholstery, and can easily grow with your child with an adjustable seat depth.
The Trotter also features an Adjustable Tension Positioning (ATP) versatile back support system for improved posture, comfort and positioning.
Drive Trotter Mobility Chair
Brand/Manufacturer: DRIVE MEDICAL
Trotter mobility chair Highlights:
- Adjustable back angles
- Swing-away footrest
- Standard upholstery
- Crash tested frame
- Positioning Safety Belt and Harness
MANUAL WHEELCHAIR / AFFORDABLE MANUAL WHEELCHAIRS FOR SALE
Manual wheelchairs are the most basic type of wheelchair available on the market for seniors and other individuals with limited mobility. Find all the features and benefits you need on AvaCare Medical now. We offer a full selection of self-propelled wheelchair in various sizes, designed for both elderly and disabled individuals.
The prime benefit of using a wheelchair is that it allows these people to maintain an active lifestyle regardless of their physical ability. These traditional wheelchairs require users to employ upper-body aerobic exercise to maneuver the chair. There are different manual wheelchair models in various sizes, with various levels of comfort.
Types of Manual Wheelchairs
Self-propelled manual wheelchairs are either pushed by a caregiver or maneuvered with the individual’s own upper body strength. The user will use his hands on the wheels to move and steer. These are commonly seen as regular wheelchairs, as they are rather basic in comparison to powered wheelchairs. The following are some of the types of self-propelled wheelchairs available:
Folding: While most manual wheelchairs fold for easy transport and storage, some can be more compact than others. Folding manual wheelchairs are easier to manage since they feature lightweight construction, and are sized in a way that makes folding it an easy process.
Lightweight: Lightweight wheelchairs offer users the ability to maneuver with less effort. Users and caregivers are able to fold them quickly and easily for storage and transport. Take note that lightweight frames may not be suitable for bariatric use. One should ascertain before use whether or not the wheelchair can accommodate the required weight.
Bariatric: Bariatric manual wheelchairs often have a more durable frame, as well as a wider seat width to accommodate bariatric patients. These chairs may weigh more due to the extra-heavy construction material which is needed for durability.