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  • Knee Scooter Rental

    The Knee Scooter offers increased comfort and ease of mobility to patients who cannot put weight on their foot or ankle, but want to remain active. With its four large wheels and padded knee platform, the Knee Scooter is perfect for indoor and outdoor use. The offset post on the aluminum knee platform allows for right-to-left adjustment in seconds - no tools required. The Knee Scooter is equipped with an easy folding mechanism that collapses using a thumb release lever and fits beneath the raised knee platform for ease of storage and transportation. Our all-terrain model features knobby mountain bike style tires to get you back on the trails where you belong.

  • Oxygen Rental

    An oxygen concentrator is a medical device used to deliver oxygen to those who require it. People may require it if they have a condition that causes or results in low levels of oxygen in their blood. These oxygen concentrators are normally obtained via prescription. Oxygen concentrators are powered by plugging in to an electrical outlet or by battery.

  • Scooter Rental

    Scooters are much easier to use than a wheelchair and give you more independence. With the push of a button, you can get up steep inclines, down long ramps, around a shopping mall with ease, or go across grass in a park or uneven terrain. The basket in front of the scooter is convenient for purses, cameras, purchases, or other items. Portable models break down into several small manageable pieces that fit into any car trunk, and are easily reassembled when you arrive at your destination.

  • Hospital Bed Rental

    Home care hospital beds are adjustable electric beds that provide same comfort for patients as hospital beds. These are a great choice for post surgery patients or for the elderly, helping to minimize recovery time after back surgery, hip surgery, foot surgery, C-section, etc. Full electric beds are head, foot, and height adjustable, while semi-electric are head and foot adjustable only.

  • PWR Chair Rental

    Power wheelchairs are the most maneuverable equipment for both indoor and out of doors operations. Unlike scooters with handlebar steering, power chairs are controlled with a sensitive joystick using a single fingertip for persons lacking the ability to steer another device requiring muscular input.

  • Lift Chair Rental

    Lift chairs, which are also known as rise or recliner chairs, are chairs that feature a powered lifting mechanism that pushes the entire chair up from its base, and so assists the user to move more easily to a standing position.

  • Wheelchair Rental

    Manual Wheelchairs are of the most popular mobility equipment and offer the lightest solution for a mobility vehicle. They are maneuverable, comfortable and collapsible for storage and are easy to transport. Most of the manual wheelchairs come with swing away leg rest. An elevated leg rest is also available for patients who need to maintain a straight leg while sitting, such as during a hip or knee replacement, and can be added to any rental order.

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  • Walkers and Rollators

    There are two basic differences between a walker and a rollator. The first is that a walker usually does not have four wheels, and second, it does not have a seat. They normally have two small wheels at the front and a rubber pad at the back and are typically used for ambulating from a bed to a bath or other location. A rollater is a kind of walker that has 4 wheels, a seat, a backrest, and a provision for under seat storage. Rollators can be taken outside, fold to be carried in cars to parks or shopping, and allow the user to sit and rest when necessary.

  • Patient Lift

    For patients with limited mobility that needs help for transportation, lifts are a great short term choice. Despite the needs for a helper to operate the lift, this solution is a good fit for almost everyone. Patients lifts are either power operated or manual hydraulic. 

  • Mobility Scooter (ECV)

    A mobility scooter, is a mobile transport device, also called an electronically controlled vehicle (ECV). Scooters range from very small portable, folding travel scooters to large vehicles close in size to a golf cart. Scooters come in 3 wheel and 4 wheel configurations. 3 wheelers are the most agile with tight turning radii, with 4 wheelers giving a sense of more stability. Portables are good for people up to around 300#. Standard scooters accommodate people in the 300#-400# range, while bariatric scooters can carry people up to 500 pounds. The larger versions can be quite fast and have substantial range, while the smaller versions can be disassembled in seconds to fit in the trunk or any car, weighing as little as 28#.