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wheelchair

Med a special chair mounted on large wheels, for use by invalids or others for whom walking is impossible or temporarily inadvisable
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So I need an electric wheelchair so that I can regain my independence and my life.
The Global Electric wheelchair market is segmented on the basis of product type and region.
I have felt trapped for quite a while and I need an electric wheelchair.
Straight to the point - anyone want to buy me or sponsor me an electric wheelchair so I can get out of house easier.
Electric wheelchair users are also free to turn up and play power hockey at Greenbank Sports Academy most Wednesday evenings, 5-6pm.
The first day I brought my electric wheelchair home from the therapy center, my mother watched as I spun around our driveway, exploring the freedom of my chair outside of the therapy center's clinical setting.
It is believed that the man, in his 70s, had been turning his electric wheelchair around and unfortunately reversed over the edge of the platform," a spokeswoman said.
For about a year he has used an electric wheelchair to get around.
The difference in a six-year-old, orthopedically disabled child in a stroller and that same child in the appropriately fitted manual or electric wheelchair is a miracle.
In other words, a DME supplier may only bill Medicare for an electric wheelchair if it is medically necessary for the patient to whom the wheelchair is sold.
Seven years after he won two gold medals, one silver, and set a world record at the Beijing Paralympic Games, Welsh cyclist Simon Richardson is unable to leave his home without help and has issued an emotional plea for help to fund an electric wheelchair.
Simon, from Llanmaes, in the Vale of Glamorgan, who received his MBE in 2009 for services to disabled sport, is now offering his services as a motivational speaker to help pay for an PS1,000 electric wheelchair, which he says would help him to "socialise more".