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Standing Wheelchairs - Full-Powered and Simi-Powered

The Standing Wheelchairs are a very unique pieces of equipment. They allow someone who is normally confined to a seated position in a traditional wheelchair to STAND UP and stretch out with ease and safety, at any time, in any place. We offer full electric powered and semi electric powered models for adult and children.

Full electric powered: the standing and moving are controlled and driven electrically.

Semi electric powered: the standing is controlled electrically and moving is driven manually.

The Standing Wheelchairs can be meticulously crafted to YOUR NEEDS.

Semi Powered Standing Wheelchair
57% off$11,259.00
-$6,459.00
$4,800.00

Semi Powered Standing Wheelchair

The standing wheelchair allows someone who is normally confined to a seated position in a ...
Semi-Electric Pediatric Standing Wheelchair Plus Power Lift Chair
21% off$6,459.00
-$1,359.00
$5,100.00

Semi-Electric Pediatric Standing Wheelchair Plus Power Lift Chair

This kids standing wheelchair for child offers two functions in 1: wheelchair ...
Comfort Standing Power Wheelchair
41% off$11,259.00
-$4,659.00
$6,600.00

Comfort Standing Power Wheelchair

This all powered standing wheelchair allows someone who is normally confined to a seated position in ...
How Does Standing Wheelchair Help Disabled People in Daily Lives?

A standing wheelchair aids for both mobility and stand up. Its lifting up function allows allow someone who is normally confined to a seated position in a traditional wheelchair to stand up and stretch out in place. This lift up function is usually done electrically.

Wheelchair Use in the US

It is estimated by the National Health Interview Survey on Disability (NHIS-D) that more than 1.6 million Americans residing outside of institutions use wheelchairs. While most of them (1.5 million) use manual devices, only about 15% use electric wheelchairs.

Wheelchair users are among the most visible members of the disability community, experiencing among the highest levels of activity limitation and functional limitation and among the lowest levels of employment.

Wheelchair users suffer from very high levels of activity limitation, functional limitation, difficulty in basic life activities, and perceived disability.

Among all wheelchair users, an overwhelming majority (> 93.0%) have some form of activity limitation and for 2/3 (about 66.1%) of them,  the limitation is severe enough to render them unable to perform their major activity.

Top-ranked health conditions and impairments causing disability among wheelchair users include:

  1. cerebrovascular disease (or "stroke"), which affects 12% wheelchair or power mobility users,
  2. osteoarthritis, affecting about 11% persons,
  3. multiple sclerosis (5.4% persons),
  4. absence or loss of lower extremity (4%),
  5. paraplegia (4%),
  6. orthopedic impairments of lower extremity (4%)

Who needs standing wheelchair?

Those who are bond to wheelchairs and can not stand up by themselves due to weak strength of lower extremity will greatly benefit from such a mobility aids that can help them stand up and sit down by themselves while being on a wheelchair.

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