What Are Complex Rehab Wheelchairs?
Complex Power Wheelchairs have the capability of being modified and upgraded. We always individually configure it to your needs and comfort. There are many configurations,
Complex Power Wheelchairs
Complex Power Wheelchairs are robust systems that can be upgraded and altered over time to match you and your changing needs.
Complex Power Tilt & Recline Wheelchairs
Being able to tilt and recline is extremely beneficial for users who cannot independently relieve pressure. Tilt and recline technology can also help with safer transfers, helps with catheterization and helps manage tone and spasticity.
Each chair is individually configured so it matches your body and needs.
Complex rehab power and manual wheelchairs with essential components are used by a population of wheelchair users with significant disabilities such as ALS, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury. Complex rehab components are not convenience items but include seating and positioning features such as body positioning components and specialty wheelchair controls. These are medically necessary and integral to the complex rehab wheelchair being functional and useful to an individual living with a significant disability to maintain their independence, well-being, and ability to participate in the home and community setting.
At American Lift Aids, an Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) is involved in the evaluation process for all complex power wheelchairs. Our ATPs provide Complex Rehab Technology seating evaluations for people with significant postural or mobility defects. Many insurance companies require that a RESNA (Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America) certified ATP work with a customer and their clinician to qualify for coverage. At American Lift Aids, our ATPs are RESNA certified and are trained and educated to select the most suitable product for each customer.
Processing an order for our mobility product involves a lot of steps and information. Below is a list of some critical information that is helpful for you to have readily available.
Ø Complete list of your contact information, including email and cell phone
Ø Current Primary Care Physician name and contact information
Ø Prescribing Physician Information
Ø Copy of prescription from your referring physician for the equipment
Ø All insurance coverage information and cards