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Assessments


Assessments are essential for matching the correct product to the needs, size weight, mobility and disability of our customers.

We provide free assessments for all our customers, particularly when purchasing the following products.

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Mobility Scooters Facts & Information


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The Travel Mobility Scooter
The “Boot Scoot” as it is known in the trade is a scooter that comes apart easily and can be packed into the boot of a car.
This type of Mobility Scooter is ideal for going out for walks with the family & friends; and can be taken away on holiday.

Kymco Midi XLS ForU

Medium Mobility Scooter
A Medium Mobility Scooter is more suited for keeping at home, to be used to go to the local shops, pub or park.
It has suspension and a comfortable seat, ideal for rough pavements and crossing roads

Kymco Maxer ForU

Large Mobility Scooters
Large Mobility Scooters are for the more adventurous user, as they are capable of a larger range (25 miles), and are built for optimum comfort.
They are available with 6 or 8 mile per hour options, with lights and indicators and therefore suitable for road use.

For more detailed information please use the links below

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Knee Replacement / Hip Replacement Operation Aids and Products


Hip / Knee Replacement Operation
Aids, Equipment and Products

Both Knee and Hip replacement operations are now common place, and the recovery times are reducing as technology advances.

The recovery period is the most important part of the treatment, as what you do during this time will help determine the success of the operation.

During your recovery period you may benefit from using some of the Aids or Equipment listed below, not all of which are available on the National Health

Knee Operation
Following a Knee replacement Operation your mobility will be reduced until you knee heals. Bending of the knee may prove painful, but vital to help the muscles strengthen and prevent the knee from seizing up.

Hip Operation
Following a Hip replacement  Operation you will require all seating at a higher level than normal during your recovery period, so as to prevent restricted circulation at your groin. You will also find bending down difficult.

Remember to take note and abide by the advice your
Doctor / Physio has given you

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Mobility Scooters – Buyers Check List


Mobility  Scooter Buyers Check List

“Always go to buy a Mobility Scooter with a friend or relative, never on your own”

Make sure you have the answers ready for the questions below

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Number of Wheels


Number of Wheels

Four wheel Mobility Scooter

 

Four wheeled Mobility Scooters are the most popular, due to their stability.

 

 

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Three wheeled Mobility Scooters have small turning circles making them easy to manoeuvre.

 

 

3 Wheel Mobility Scooter With stablizers

Three wheeled Mobility Scooters with stabilisers have small turning circles making them easy to manoeuvre and stable.

 

 

Double wheeled Mobility Scooter

Double wheeled Mobility Scooters are becoming more popular as the have the advantages of both the four and three wheeled scooters.

 

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Mobility Scooter Sizes


Mobility Scooter Sizes

Boot Mobility Scooter

The Travel Mobility Scooter
The “Boot Scoot” as it is known in the trade is a scooter that comes apart easily and can be packed into the boot of a car.
This type of Mobility Scooter is ideal for going out for walks with the family & friends; and can be taken away on holiday.

 

sterling emerald Mobility scooter #CCFM

Medium Mobility Scooter
A Medium Mobility Scooter is more suited for keeping at home, to be used to go to the local shops, pub or park.
It has suspension and a comfortable seat, ideal for rough pavements and crossing roads

Large Mobility Scooter

 Large Mobility Scooter
Large Mobility Scooters are for the more adventurous user, as they are capable of a larger range (25 miles), and are built for optimum comfort.
They are available with 6 or 8 mile per hour options, and therefore suitable for road use.

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Where to buy a Mobility Scooter


Where to buy a Mobility Scooter

At the end of the day you will buy a Mobility Scooter from whoever you choose, but please read all the information below first, to avoid some of the common pitfalls.

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