Once you have had time to think about which LEVO Standing Wheelchair would be best for your particular disability or illness, think about where you would be using the wheelchair most and how you plan to apply the use of your new LEVO Standing Wheelchair.
Think about your particular situation and where you might be a few years from now. For example, if you are paraplegic and still have good upper body strength, you want to maintain that upper body muscle tone and fitness; so one of the LEVO manual standing chairs or manual with electric stand might be your best choice. That might be fine for short to medium trips, but if you would like to go to the zoo or a mall for the day without assistance, you may prefer a more powered solution. Having the choice of both options would be ideal, but if you’re limited to only one primary wheelchair, think carefully about how it would be used most of the time. Also, if you almost always have caregivers helping you, that’s great, but if you are independent most of the time think about the wear and tear on your body over time. Exercise is good, but too much could result in additional injury. If your disability or illness is expected to progress, you might lean towards a more powered wheelchair .
The right specifications
Measurement of body size for the right choice of frame is critically important for a correct standing position in stand-up wheelchairs.
Establishing body measurements with the assessment form
Adjusting the specifications
For assessment a qualified specialist should be contacted.
As always, our staff is here to help you with this very important decision;