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Canes & Crutches   Walkers & Rollator   Wheelchairs   Scooters   Wheelchairs Cushions  Mobility Accessories


Whether you're choosing a wheelchairwalker, or you just need a wheelchair cushion you can find the products that fit your needs at ProHeal Products. We carry the best supplies from the best brands such as Medacure, Pride Mobility, and ProHeal. 

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Canes & Crutches

Medical canes and crutches offer support to help users maintain balance or have access to a bit of extra stability so the user can keep weight off of a certain leg. Canes come in all different types, shapes, sizes, and even feature varying handles. Some canes even feature additional capabilities, such as the ability to fold, in order to remain compact when a person isn’t actively walking with it.

How to Choose a Cane Handle

There are plenty of options when it comes to finding the right handle that can aid you with your grip, balance, and medical condition. Most cane handles won’t greatly affect the cane’s prices. Here are some very popular cane handles that people often choose from.

Offset Handle 

Offset handles are extremely popular. They allow users to distribute their weight evenly along the shaft down to the tip of the walking cane. 

Crook Handles

Crook-handled canes are popular among many users. They feature a traditional, standard curved handle that has been around since the early years of walking canes. 


T-Handle canes, are a popular commodity among arthritic users since it allows you to hold them with a comfortable grip. At the same time, they prove impressively ergonomic. 


Walkers & Rollator

Walkers and Rollators are versatile walking aids that can provide you with increased stability and support. Walkers have a basic construction that includes a frame designed to support your weight as you stand and transition from leg to leg while walking. Rollators allow you to still walk under your power, but you can rely on the rollator for balance when you need it. 

How do you decide between Walkers and Rollators? 

Many people use walkers and rollators as they age and find themselves in need of additional stability and support. Walkers and Rollators are ideal for people who have poor balance or who are weak in one or both legs. 


Walkers help to provide you with stability as you stand up and walk forward. They require two hands to operate but allow you to heavily lean against them for added support when needed. Because walkers have four points of contact with the ground, they are highly stable. They are simple and easy to use – learning to use them takes a matter of minutes. Walkers typically have hand cushions to help keep their hands comfortable.


Rollators are designed to be simple and easy to use. They feature two handles with hand brakes which are similar to the brakes on a bicycle. Built to be stable, rollators roll forward as you walk, and can then be locked into place when you're ready to stop or sit down. You will find that many rollators feature a seat, allowing the unit to double as a resting place.

Walkers and Rollators are designed to go with you wherever you need them. At the end of the day, you won't go wrong with any of our walkers and rollators each one is designed for a specific use and ready to assist you the way you need it. 



You or a loved one may need a wheelchair at some point in your life. There are different manual wheelchair models in various sizes, with various levels of comfort.

As you delve into the world of wheelchairs, you'll quickly find that there are many varieties of chairs, each built for a different purpose. For example: 


Transport wheelchairs can only be pushed by an assistant.

Reclining wheelchairs increase user comfort and help to avoid pressure sores.

Standing wheelchairs provide an entirely different positioning.


You may find that you have very specific preferences for what you want in your wheelchair, and that's okay—many chairs feature certain customizable options. For example, you may find different styles of foot pads and leg supports available, and many of them swing away for easy access to the chair. Some supports are removable so that you can decide what support you want and need, and many chairs offer various wheel positions for improved handling and ease of use.

Choosing the Right Wheelchair Options for You

We provide a wide selection of wheelchairs to choose from to fit your individual needs. Here’s a closer look at our most popular varieties. 

Types of Manual Wheelchairs

Self-propelled manual wheelchairs are either pushed by a caregiver or maneuvered with the individual’s own upper body strength. The user will use his hands on the wheels to move and steer. These are commonly seen as regular wheelchairs, as they are rather basic in comparison to powered wheelchairs. The following are some of the types of self-propelled wheelchairs available:

Folding: While most manual wheelchairs fold for easy transport and storage, some can be more compact than others. Folding manual wheelchairs are easier to manage since they feature lightweight construction, and are sized in a way that makes folding an easy process.

Lightweight: Lightweight wheelchairs offer users the ability to maneuver with less effort. Users and caregivers are able to fold them quickly and easily for storage and transport. Take note that lightweight frames may not be suitable for bariatric use. One should ascertain before use whether or not the wheelchair can accommodate the required weight. 

Bariatric: Bariatric manual wheelchairs often have a more durable frame, as well as a wider seat width to accommodate bariatric patients. These chairs may weigh more due to the extra-heavy construction material which is needed for durability.

Shower Wheelchairs: Shower wheelchairs make hygiene maintenance easier for those with mobility issues due to injuries, aging, or medical conditions. These waterproof chairs can be positioned in the shower so the user can shower while sitting. 

Reclining Wheelchairs: As the name implies, reclining wheelchairs can be reclined to provide additional comfort. It’s common for these chairs to be capable of reaching a nearly full recline, and most feature leg support and footrests. 

Wheelchair Accessories

In addition to choosing the right wheelchair, it’s worth taking the time to review common chair accessories to help you customize your experience. One of the most frequently purchased accessories is a wheelchair cushion.  


Mobility scooters are designed to provide you with mobility where and when you need it. Scooters can make basic tasks, like running errands, traveling, or just performing tasks around the house both easier and safer. With a power chair scooter, you don't have to rely on your strength or balance. This all amounts to increased independence and improved quality of life; the right power scooter may significantly improve your daily lifestyle, allowing you to do more and enjoy more of your family, friends, and favorite activities. If you struggle to live the life you strive for, a mobility scooter may be the perfect solution.

Different Types of Mobility Scooters

Scooters come in 3-wheel scooters and 4-wheel scooters

Travel Mobile Scooters 

We love to travel, a trip to the store, a day at the beach, and a visit with a loved one suddenly become much more convenient. If you’re always on the go, a portable power scooter is the best option.

If you’ve got a big trip coming up, travel scooters can open your entire destination up to you, with no holds barred. You’ll never find a lack of access or equipment that will hold you back in life again.

Why a Mobile Scooter May Be Right for You

Could you or someone you know benefit from the increased mobility and independence that a scooter can provide? A power scooter can transform the ease and safety of daily tasks.

If you're unsure which scooter is the one for you, don't hesitate to call us. Our knowledgeable staff will be happy to recommend a scooter based on your specific needs and lifestyle. 


Wheelchairs Cushions

Why Wheelchair Cushions Are Necessary

Some people don’t mind not having a cushion during short transport or just short-term daily use. But such prolonged use can lead to many discomfort and pressure-related problems if a user is confined to the wheelchair frequently throughout the day or in it for long-term use. Whether the patient uses a power wheelchair or transport chair, a cushion can greatly help users be not only more comfortable but also safer and healthier. 

More than Just Comfort

Wheelchair cushions provide extra padding that keeps the user happy and comfortable, but there are many more practical uses for different types. Medical seating cushions are made to enhance certain things that elderly or handicapped people can’t really control as much, from moisture absorption to pressure relief, bedsore relief, and sore prevention. They also offer exceptional positioning stability for improved posture. Therefore, it’s important to choose the medical cushion that a person actually needs. Here are some wheelchair cushion types that are on the market:

Air Cushions

Air cushions are one of the more advanced medical cushions. They are very adaptable and offer alternating pressure, or even just standardized adjustable pressure to target areas while allowing pressure points to get the most relief. Air cushions can be costlier, but part of the reason for this is that their niche is specialized.

Back Cushions

Back cushions are specially shaped cushions that provide spinal and posture relief or correction. If the head, neck, and lower back aren't properly positioned, sitting for extended periods can create discomfort, pain, and even injury. For those with spinal issues, a back cushion for your wheelchair may provide the best support

Coccyx Cushions

Coccyx Cushions are designed to support the tailbone area while alleviating pressure on the spine and buttocks. These wheelchairs cushions are perfect for those suffering from lower back pain or sciatica and can be used in wheelchairs, office chairs, and cars.

 Pommel Cushions

Pommel cushions provide support through a bumper at the anterior portion of the wheelchairs cushion. This sciatica cushion for a chair provides proper hip positioning by keeping your knees separate. Its wedge design helps prevent the patient from sliding forward and improves posture. This wheelchairs cushion helps reduce pressure on the tailbone, lower back, and surrounding tissue.

 Wedge Cushions

Wedge cushions are designed to provide an inclined surface for the seat of your wheelchair, allowing a more comfortable sitting posture. The angled incline supports the lower back, which helps reduce pressure on the tailbone and sciatica nerve.

 Bariatric Cushions

Bariatric wheelchair cushions provide extra support and comfort for larger individuals with up to a 600-pound weight capacity. These wheelchair cushions are specifically designed with high-density foam or gel, allowing users to sit in a wheelchair for longer without experiencing discomfort.

 Inflatable Cushions

Inflatable wheelchairs cushions are designed to treat and prevent soft tissue or skin breakdown, as well as pressure ulcers, pressure sores, deep tissue issues, and surgery or other wounds. Inflate the sides to different levels, or change the front and back angles to conform to the needs of each patient. The air moves with the body, and it can be adjusted to match the body shape of each patient or their personal skin condition needs.

 Regular Cushions

Regular wheelchairs cushions are ideal for those looking for a more simple wheelchairs cushion that provides basic support and comfort. These wheelchairs cushions provide a good amount of padding and can be easily adjusted to fit wheelchairs of various sizes. They have various height profiles, 2", 3", and 4".

Read our blog 7 Types of Wheelchair Cushions to learn more. 

Mobility Accessories

In addition to choosing the right wheelchair, it’s worth taking the time to review common chair accessories to help you customize your experience. These accessories include quality-of-life upgrades like cup holders, seatbelts, armrest covers, and oxygen tank holders. 

Need a new part or accessories for your wheelchair, cane, or walker? ProHeal carries a large selection of mobility equipment accessories for all your mobility needs. From flip trays to accessory kits we have the mobility equipment and accessories you need. ProHeal Products is proud to announce we have launched our own line of wheelchair equipment. Wheelchairs are expensive, why throw your chair out when all you need is a new part? ProHeal is here to help you save money. Give us a call and we can help you get the parts you need. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Many users have a lot of questions regarding Hospital Beds & Mattresses for the home. 


Do I Need a Wheelchair Cushion? 

Wheelchair cushions provide extra padding that keeps the user happy and comfortable. 

Should I Get a Wheelchair Alarms for Dementia Patients? 

Using a chair sensor pad or all-in-one alarm can keep your patient or loved one safe from falling or walking away. 

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We pride ourselves on our fast shipping times. Any product over $50 can be expected to deliver within 3-5 Business days FREE, and some even deliver within 2 days!