LPA Medical's wheelchairs simultaneously meet mobility and positioning needs. They encourage geriatric patient autonomy by facilitating movement using the feet, through a self-propelling movement. This type of healthcare chair is often referred to as a walking chair.
Practical and comfortable wheelchairs
All of our wheelchairs are equipped with the Pre-Cure® seat cushion. Made of high resilience and memory foam layers, this accessory provides an exceptional comfort. Geriatric patients will enjoy our healthcare seating for their comfort as well as the aesthetic and the user-friendly appearance. It is therefore a beneficial alternative to the traditional geriatric wheelchair and the hospital patient room chair.
Furniture for different body types
The wide variety of accessories and options available with our wheelchairs can meet the needs of many patients and facilitate their hospital room relocation. Most accessories can be installed or adjusted without the need for tools. Our standard wheelchairs are equipped with vinyl upholstery and a polyurethane cushion, which simplifies disinfection between uses. It is also possible to optionally add a Silvertex vinyl upholstery with integrated antibacterial additives. To ensure optimal positioning for patients of all physiques, the wheelchair seats are available in a width ranging from 39 to 58 cm (15 to 23 in) and a maximum capacity of 400 lbs.
One of the best warranty on the market
The durability of a wheelchair designed and manufactured by LPA Medical is ensured by the availability of replacement parts for a period of at least 10 years after the initial purchase. The longevity and resistance of our geriatric wheelchairs make them an eco-responsible choice. In addition, the metal frame of the geriatric wheelchairs is covered by a lifetime warranty, three years on the backrest and seat cushion for original defects and two years on the mechanical components. LPA Medical is proud to offer the best warranty on the market, and to design, manufacture, and assemble high quality geriatric wheelchairs in its Canadian facility.