Have your independence with powerchairs from Karma Mobility
The use of powerchairs has drastically increased since they first started being used. Powerchairs are often called electric wheelchairs and come with many benefits that could help you be more independent.
The idea of being in a wheelchair can be a daunting one, but here at Karma Mobility we aim to make the experience as stress-free as possible, providing solutions to lots of problems people find with wheelchair use.
As well as providing a large range of lightweight wheelchairs and powerchairs, we offer a wide range of accessories to enhance the experience of the people who use our mobility solutions.
Why choose an electric wheelchair?
Probably the greatest advantage that these types of chairs bring is their ease of use and the convenience they can supply. Most electric wheelchairs are controlled by the hands, but they can be controlled by other functioning body parts too.
The ability to control your own wheelchair, even if you don’t have use of your hands or arms is a huge advantage when considering this type of chair.
We also offer power wheelchairs that fold down, making travelling with your wheelchair easier.
Accessories: finding the perfect fit
Although our wheelchairs can be a life-changing addition to your life, they can come with drawbacks. We offer a wide range of accessories that can help eliminate these drawbacks and bring a new realm of practicality, safety and comfort to your wheelchair.
We provide a range of bags that attach to our wheelchairs, giving you somewhere to store any items that you need to carry with you when you are out and about.
Another type of bag we provide is a place to store your wheelchair when travelling or when not in use. These types of bags are suitable for foldable chairs and protect them when travelling. The bags also make the chair easier to carry when on the move.
For users who may need extra support to feel secure in their chair, we offer a range of belts and straps that can keep you in place. This can make all the difference in your confidence level when using your wheelchair.
Categorised in: Powerchairs
This post was written by Mark Duffield