• Living Independently After A Stroke: How To Pick The Perfect Motorized Wheelchair

    Many people who have had strokes are capable of walking only a few feet. For longer distances, they rely on using a wheelchair. However, manual wheelchairs are often difficult to use for people who have had strokes — if you're partially paralyzed on one side, you'll end up having to steer the wheelchair with your foot while you push it with your unaffected hand. Moving around in a wheelchair this way is cumbersome and tiring.
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