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  • Springfield, IL’s Local Source for Mobility Chairs

    Regardless of why you have trouble getting around, it’s important that you have the right equipment to make getting around easier on you, your body and the people around you. At Get Around 217 Mobility, we provide mobility products and mobility chairs to customers in Springfield, IL and throughout the surrounding areas. As a family-owned business, we know how it feels to have your mobility restricted. We’re here to help you retain that mobility with lift chairs and wheelchairs that will significantly reduce the stress of moving in and outside of the home. Get started by calling our staff to talk about your mobility issues, their causes and the products we have that can help you!

  • Lift Chairs

    Have you ever sunk into your favorite chair only to realize that you won’t be able to get back up? Losing your mobility can be frustrating, and it’s even worse when you start to notice simple things that you can’t do anymore like sit in your favorite comfy chair. Fortunately for you, our team can provide you with a new lift chair that’s just as comfy and much easier to use. Lift chairs are motorized recliners that allow you to enjoy the comfort and relaxation of kicking your feet up without having to worry about how you’ll get them back down. Our inventory features a variety of lift chairs to ensure you find one that fits your needs. Read more below about the types of lift chairs that we offer!

  • Wheel Chairs

    When it comes to losing your mobility, a wheelchair is one of the most important things that you can have access to in the later stages of decline. Wheelchairs make mobility much easier. Also, with the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), almost all public spaces are wheelchair-accessible, providing ramps and doorways large enough to fit mobility equipment through it. Below, you’ll find information about the types of wheelchairs that we carry and what they’re used for.

  • Types of Wheelchairs

    • Manual Wheelchair – This type of chair is used for those that have lost the use of their legs, but they can use their arms to propel them forward with the oversized wheels.
    • Electric Wheelchair – This type of wheelchair is motorized and controlled by a joystick. This type of chair is used mainly for the elderly and those with disabilities that affect the use of upper and lower extremities.
    • Mobility Scooter –These are cheaper than power wheelchairs and more closely resemble a scooter with a single seat that the user straddles and handlebars.
    • Transport Wheelchair – This is similar to a manual wheelchair, but it has smaller wheels and is usually used by a nurse or caretaker to transport someone that doesn’t have the use of their arms or legs.
    • Bariatric Wheelchairs– These are wheelchairs that are extra wide and specifically designed to handle a high weight capacity.