Precision Rehab has reported what it describes as “another hugely successful” OT Show this year.
It used the 2019 exhibition to launch two new power chair models.
Commenting, director at Precision Rehab, Matthew James said: “We knew the Paravan PR40 and PR25 would be popular but the level of interest we received was fantastic. Having the chance to engage with so many Occupational Therapists over the two days and showcase these latest additions to our portfolio was invaluable as was the feedback we were able to gather.”
Adding: “We work with OT’s on a daily basis and not only did the show once again enable us to meet up with many we already know but we also met a significant number of new contacts who we hope to work with in the future to help their clients regain as much independence as possible.”
The Paravan PR40 powerchair aims to combine the specification and multi-function options of the PR50 and Biolution models to take powerchair technology to the next level.
With a width of just 64cm, the PR40 is easy to manoeuvre and features R-net controls with seat memory positions as standard.
Also making its debut was the Paravan PR25 powerchair which is based on the Paravan PR40’s compact chassis and uses its automatic stabilizer wheels to enable the seat system to be powered from a normal seat height to floor position.
This function allows children and smaller adults to access the chair from ground level enabling interaction with their peers.