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Rowheels

REV Wheels

REV Wheels

The pull-based propulsion of REV Wheels is designed to minimize factors that can contribute to shoulder injury and pain in manual wheelchair users. Rowheels offers two models: The REV-HX was created for quickness and responsiveness, while the REV-LX was made to be easier to use. Rowheels says both models can strengthen shoulder and back muscles that are neglected during standard self-propulsion. REV Wheels are HCPCS coded E2227 and are covered via insurance, including Medicare, Veterans Affairs and private insurance funding.

  • (608) 268-9670

Rowheels

Rowheels

The Rowheels system propels a manual chair forward when the user pulls (similar to a rowing motion) on the handrim, and moves backwards when the user pushes. The result, Rowheel says, is fewer propulsion strokes and improved posture with better shoulder/back positioning. Rowheels are available in 22", 24", 25" and 26" wheel sizes. They fit most manual wheelchairs and can be used with ergonomic handrims.

  • (608) 268-9670

Topolino Technology

WX2.5 Wheels

WX2.5 Wheels

The continuous carbon fiber spokes of Topolino’s WX2.5 span the full diameter of the wheel to reduce stresses and create a wheelset designed for unparalleled performance. The WX2.5 is lighter than many other lightweight wheels, while offering greater lateral stiffness at the same time. It’s available in 24" and 25" diameters, in black with red or yellow accents. The WX2.5 fits standard .5"-diameter axles and is 4- or 6-tab handrim compatible.

  • (203) 778-4711

Spinergy Inc.

FlexRims

FlexRims

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2015:

They are amazing saviors for the wrists, shoulders and elbows by reducing the cumulative stress that propulsion can cause.

— Sharon Frant Brooks, MA, OTR/L, ATP/SMS, CRTS, Acclaimed Healthcare, Lakewood, N.J.

  • (303) 823-6299

Spinergy Inc.

LX

LX

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2015:

Best wheel that is reliable and handles the daily grind patients go through when propelling an ultralightweight manual wheelchair.

— Brock Beasley, ATP, CRTS, CDSS, National Seating & Mobility, Atlanta

  • (303) 823-6299