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Aritcle Approved by Licenses Medical Personnel - wheelchair, Invacare, manual wheelchair, powered wheelchairWheelchair Features and Options - Invacare Models

Invacare Wheel Chair provides wheelchairs of both manual and powered-types. In this article, we will coach you on the many choices that Invacare Wheel Chair offers and how to make the best decision in selecting in these products.

Invacare Manual Wheelchairs

Manual Wheelchairs come in many different styles and models. The Invacare IVC Tracer EX2 wheelchair sets the new standard in manual wheelchairs. The Tracer EX2 mixes the design and technology of the Invacare 9000 series and incorporates it into the Invacare Tracer series. A true dual axle position allows for repositioning the 24" rear wheels and provides for flexibility in adjusting seat to floor heights.  Seat widths are up to 20 inches.   Permanent arms, hemi spaced footrests, and a full range of accessories compliment this wheelchair, which comes with a lifetime warranty. The new design also makes it possible to interchange components with the 9000 series chairs. The Invacare IVC Tracer EX2 meets RESNA standards for manual wheelchairs in product performance.

Invacare Powered Wheelchairs

The Nutron R32 incorporates many of the great features that today's consumer demands. With a traditional rear-wheel drive and compact design, the R32 wheelchair can easily maneuver and negotiate around tough obstacles both inside and outside the home. The chair folds for easy transport.  The stylish-looking Nutron R32 holds up to 250 pounds. It has a maximum speed of 4 mph. Its incline capability is 9 degrees.

Other Wheelchair Considerations

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The above are just two of the many wheelchair models available from Invacare. Whether it is a manual or powered wheelchair, you can be sure that you are providing much needed mobility solutions to those in great need. Invacare is the premiere choice to meet those wheel chair needs.

As with all mobility devices, it is vital to have your medical doctor be proactive in prescribing the appropriate types of wheelchairs to meet your needs. Your physical therapist should also have input into the specific wheelchair that is right for you, particularly if you have had injuries or stroke.