When it comes to embarking on unforgettable oudoor adventures, the last concern anyone wants to face is lack of mobility.
To solve this problem, we created our own Emma X3—one of the most affordable and lightweight outdoor manual wheelchairs on the market. We’ve also put together reviews of similar products to help you find the product that’s best for your or your family’s needs. Check out details on some all-terrain manual wheelchairs below.
Manual all-terrain wheelchairs
typically have larger tires than standard everyday wheelchairs. The larger a tire is the more obstacles it can roll over. Larger tires also require lower air pressure and give the user a smoother ride.
Caretaker Assisted Wheelchairs
Off terrain wheelchairs that are pushed by a caretaker are best for people with disabilityies who are not able to push themselves or operate the controls of a powered wheelchair. Some people with cerebral palsy, late-stage ALS, spina bifida, or muscular dystrophy or elderly people with mobility problems are good candidates for caretaker-assisted wheelchairs.
Self Propelled wheelchairs
Self propelled, manual all terrain wheelchairs are best for athletic wheelchair users who enjoy using their strength to overcome obstacles in their way. Theese people are very independent and want to enjoy the outdoors without the assistance of a caretaker or powered chair.
People with disabilities who have retained their upper body strength are good candidates for self-propelled off-terrain wheelchairs.
Manual wheelchairs aren’t for everyone be sure to check out the powered wheelchair section to see if one of those will work best for you.
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