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$60/week | $200/month
The Recliner Lift chair from Chattanooga Mobility assists users by using a lifting mechanism that pushes the entire chair up from its base to lift the user to a standing position. They also recline back like a standard recliner for maximum comfort. Helpful for people recovering from surgery to the knees, hips abdomen, shoulders or other injuries that make standing on your own difficult.
A scooter from Chattanooga Mobility is useful for persons without the stamina or arm/shoulder flexibility necessary to use a manual wheelchair. Also, swiveling the seat of an electric scooter is generally easier than moving the foot supports on most conventional wheelchairs. A mobility scooter is helpful for people who have trouble walking long distances but would like to remain independent.
Transporters are lightweight mobility chairs that combine the function of a wheelchair with the portability of a rollator. They are meant to be pushed by a family member or caregiver, as their small wheels make it impossible for the user to propel his/herself.
Manual Wheelchairs are made for the user to be able to propel him or herself without any assistance from others. A standard manual wheelchair weighs around 38 pounds.
Our wheelchairs assist users when walking is difficult or impossible due to illness, injury, or disability. Our wheelchairs come in a wide variety of formats to meet the specific needs of their users. Specialty wheelchairs include bariatric wheelchair and wheelchairs with Elevating Leg Rests.
The knee walker is a three or four-wheeled alternative to crutches or a traditional walker as an ambulation aid. The purpose of the knee walker is to create a safe, comfortable, and easy-to-maneuver alternative to the traditional crutch. Our knee scooters are steerable and fold up for easy transport.
Portable ramps are usually aluminum and fold for ease of transport. Portable ramps are primarily intended for home and building use but can also be used with vans to load an unoccupied mobility device or to load an occupied mobility device when both the device and the passenger are easy to handle.