Medical Necessity

To get insurance coverage for Heavy Duty Power Wheelchairs, your insurance provider must determine you have a "medical necessity" for the equipment. This means you must have a condition that requires the equipment to prevent, diagnose, or treat and illness or injury; such as, you are unable to accomplish daily living activities in a safe and timely manner in your home without the aid of a Heavy Duty Power Wheelchair. This includes ruling out ambulating unassisted, using a cane or walker, have insufficient upper body strength to self-propel in a Manual Wheelchair, and that you are unable to maintain postural stability in a power scooter/operate a tiller for scooter. You must need a Power Wheelchair in order to perform your daily living activities.

Heavy Duty Power Wheelchair

For full-time power wheelchair users, the durability and support of a full-size power wheelchair is ideal for you. Full-size power wheelchairs are recommended for all day users because of their high back and comfortable seats, as well as a longer battery range. These powerchairs support weight capacities up to 450 Lbs. and seat sizes from 22"W to 24"W depending on the model.

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