December 13, 2018

Our Products

Recommending and providing innovative assistive products is what we do.  We provide unique customer service, evaluation, fitting and education to select the appropriate equipment for each of our clients. We take extra steps to educate and set up your equipment for you within the Maryland and Washington, DC. area. If you live out of state we offer shipping direct to your door.

What can you expect from us?

We initially evaluate our clients’ mobility device(s), home, workplace, and vehicles for device appropriateness. Clients are measured and posture is examined. We use product trials to allow the client to get an understanding for the product and as an assessment tool for fit and posture, if necessary.

Allow us to handle the insurance billing and reimbursement for those insurances we participate with. In cases where the equipment must be purchased out of pocket we try our best to keep prices competitive.

We consider our client’s opinion first. Rest assured we always service and repair the equipment we sell.

Mobility Devices

  • Canes, crutches, walkers, rollators
  • Transport chairs, manual wheelchairs, scooters
  • Ultra lightweight and custom manual wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, cushions and positioning devices

Ranging from simple to complex, mobility items are typically covered by medical health insurance coverage.  In this ever-changing health insurance industry we stay on top of the specific procedures and documentation required.

Home Safety

  • Bathroom Safety Devices – commodes, raised toilet seats, toilet arms, tub benches, shower chairs, grab bars, hand held shower, and tub rails
  • Throughout the Home – bed handles, floor to ceiling rails, grab bars, hand rails, lift chairs, hospital beds, hi/low adjustable beds, patient lift systems, exercise and therapy equipment

Less often covered by traditional health insurance, we strive to offer competitive prices, evaluation and installation.

Home Accessibility

Because we a Maryland licensed contractor we can handle more complex home accessibility modifications:

  • Vertical lifts
  • Stairlifts
  • Exterior and interior stair railings
  • Doorway widenings
  • Cement sidewalks
  • Roll-in showers
  • Complete bathroom remodels