Wheelchairs for sale San Diego
Harmony Home Medical has a great selection of wheelchairs for sale, along with fantastic service and prices. We are located in San Diego, but you can browse our online store and we can ship your wheelchair anywhere in the USA.
Harmony Home Medical carries :
- Standard Wheelchairs
- Lightweight Wheelchairs
- Electric Wheelchairs
- Transport Wheelchairs
- Walkers with Seats
- Wheelchair Ramps and Accessories
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Call Us at (858) 560-8177 or come in at 7640 Clairemont Mesa Blvd | San Diego, CA 92111
Types of Wheelchairs
Standard wheelchairs are sturdy wheelchairs that have bigger wheels so the chair can be wheeled by the user and back handles if you want to push the chair from behind. Standard wheelchairs are not built to be light, they are built to be durable and great for long term use like in a hospital.
Lightweight wheelchairs are similar to the standard wheelchair except they are made with lightweight metals and have an ergo-dynamic design. These are great if you have to pack your chair and lift it into a vehicle. Lightweight wheelchairs are perfect for on the go users and they come in many brands and styles.
Transport wheelchairs do not have big wheels for self-propelling, when you are in transport chairs someone needs to push you along. They come in various models and sizes but are near the same as other manual wheelchairs without the big wheels. The small wheels allow for better turning radiuses in small areas.
Harmony Home Medical offers specialized measuring to ensure even the most challenging customers are fitted properly for their new wheelchair. Whether someone has simple needs, such as a more comfortable seat, or challenging needs, like they need postural support and re-positioning because they have no trunk control, we can help.
On Duty ATP (Assistive Technology Professional)
Our ATP can do a mobility assessment to ensure that the right wheelchair seating for that patient’s needs is selected. Correct seating can effect a person’s comfort, health, level of fatigue or energy, and ability to breathe. So it is really important that consideration is given to their individual size, requirements, and intended use.
“One size does not fit all”
That is why we offer home evaluations as well. Selecting the right wheelchair is not a “one-size-fits-all” process and Harmony Home Medical is here to help make sure you or your loved one get the best product for YOU.
After Purchase Care
Once you purchase a wheelchair from Harmony Home Medical the experience does not stop there.
We provide one year FREE in-home service on all new wheelchairs.
We offer free light maintenance and adjustments in-store for life.
We can also adjust a lot of the chairs to accommodate needs of patients over time. Our bodies change and our needs change with time, so new cushion or back selections can be made if needed.
It’s important to buy your medical equipment from a company that stands by their products, and that is what Harmony does. We’re here to help and here to stay!
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Standard Wheelchairs are made to last
Standard wheelchairs are made of hard steel that is extremely durable and most are coated with a protective chrome or paint that make them very rust resistant and built to last. You can replace the seating on them so you can expect them to last 10 years.
Lightweight Wheelchair Features
Lightweight wheelchairs are all about easy transportation. A few of our models come with great features like detachable wheels or folding wheelchair backrest. This allows you to easily get it in and out of the back of your car.
How to Use a Manual Wheelchair With One ArmOne of our amazing clients Linda made this video, on how she manages her wheelchaitr with only one arm. She is an amazing and strong willed women, check the video below to see how it is done
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