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Wheelchair Exercise Equipment for the Disabled

After becoming severely disabled Scott Smith wanted to make a difference and help other people with mobility problems to find accessible equipment to enable them to exercise freely from a wheelchair position to improve strength and balance as well as gain greater overall health and fitness.

Keeping fit and active with a disability is key to maintaining health but also getting the most out of your body and physical capabilities, extra effort is needed to stay or get fit at home and sadly many gyms are not able to cater for the often complex needs of wheelchair users.  Getting healthy and keeping fit can be achieved through a range of different exercises including joining a local sports team,  or even just pushing your wheelchair along the road or through using exercise equipment such as our Invictus Active Trainer.

Benefits include:

The individual products have been highlighted and linked to the relevant pages to make it easier to find the desired equipment to find out more information about exercise and improving your mobility.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Scott Smith
Contact Position
Site owner
Telephone
08008321795
E-mail
wav.scott@gmail.com
Website
https://www.invictusactive.com/
Notes

All contact details are via the website with no physical address. Contact for advice information for the disabled seeking improve mobility are included.

Where to go

Address
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Postcode
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Children's Centre Areas

Other Details

Availability

Referral required
No
Any Other Notes

Also see details of wheelchair accessible vehicles for the disabled wheelchair user.

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