Wheelchair Parts & Accessories

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drive Limb Support - 922102_EA - 1
drive Limb Support
Sale price$56.99
Mabis Wheelchair Bag - 850079_EA - 1
Mabis Wheelchair Bag
Sale price$37.99
drive Elevating Leg rest - 812183_PR - 1
drive Elevating Leg rest
Sale price$74.99
drive Medical Swing-Away Footrests, Plastic - 765821_PR - 1
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McKesson Urinary Bag Drainage Holder, Adjustable Straps, Navy Blue - 712614_CS - 1
drive Wheelchair Armrest Pad, 10½ Inch - 700594_EA - 1
SkiL-Care E-Z Transfer Slider Pommel - 637436_EA - 1
drive Elevating / Articulating Leg rest - 631576_EA - 1
Invacare Armrest Pad for Wheelchair - 580700_EA - 1
drive Swing-Away Elevating Leg Rests - 580118_PR - 1
drive Wheel Lock Extension - 579923_EA - 1
drive Wheel Lock Extension
Sale price$23.99
SkiL-Care Oxygen Cylinder Holder - 579436_EA - 1
drive Seat Belt - 577701_EA - 1
drive Seat Belt
Sale price$26.99
drive Brake Assembly -Each
drive Brake Assembly
Sale price$29.99

Frequently Asked Questions about Wheelchair Parts & Accessories

The main components of a wheelchair are the frame, wheels, push handles, armrests, footrests, and seat. The frame, usually made from steel, aluminum, or titanium, forms the wheelchair's structure. Wheels come in a variety of sizes and materials, typically consisting of a tire and rim. Push handles, armrests, and footrests provide comfort and aid in mobility. The seat is where the user sits, and its cushioning can vary based on user needs.

Common wheelchair accessories enhance comfort, functionality, and accessibility. They include items such as cushions for added comfort, bags for storage, cup holders, and adaptive equipment like trays or ramps. Wheelchair gloves can also be essential for manual wheelchair users to protect their hands during propulsion.

The frequency of replacement depends on the part and usage. Tires often need replacement every 6-12 months depending on wear, while cushions may last up to 2 years. Bearings and brakes should be checked yearly. However, any part that appears damaged, worn, or is not functioning correctly should be replaced immediately to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the wheelchair.

Absolutely. Many wheelchair components can be upgraded or customized to improve comfort, mobility, and performance. These could include lighter frames, high-performance wheels, pressure-relieving cushions, or specialized brakes. It's best to consult with a healthcare professional or wheelchair technician to identify the most beneficial upgrades based on individual needs.

Wheelchair parts and accessories can be bought from a variety of sources, such as medical supply stores, online retailers, and direct from wheelchair manufacturers. It's important to ensure that the parts you purchase are compatible with your specific wheelchair model. Also, consider customer reviews, warranty, and the supplier's return policy before making a purchase.

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