Vendor Spotlight: Innovation in Motion

Published in Complex Rehab on August 01, 2019

U.S. Rehab is pleased to highlight this month’s manufacturer partner, Innovation in Motion. Innovation in Motion offers an excellent selection of power wheelchairs (including all-terrain chairs), pediatric wheelchairs, gait trainers, standers, and geriatric products. Located in Angola, Indiana, Innovation in Motion is dedicated to supplying products to customers that allow them to get where they want to go and experience absolute freedom and motion versatility. Innovation in Motion was established in 1999 in Angola, located in beautiful northeast Indiana near Pokagon State Park. They are the exclusive distributor of the Magic Mobility and Ormesa line of products in the US. U.S. Rehab can rely on Innovation in Motion to provide cutting-edge products to our membership with excellent pricing discounts. 

“U.S. Rehab values Innovation in Motion because they provide our membership with excellent products that have solid funding options,” notes Greg Packer, President of U.S. Rehab. “They are also known for their top-notch customer service and dedication to improving the lives of their customers, which are extremely valuable in this industry.”

Innovation in Motion is well-known for their all-terrain chairs, which can maneuver across a wider range of surfaces— both indoors and outdoors. This provides a huge benefit to customers as they are better able to navigate through different kinds of terrain without getting stuck or damaging their chair. Recently, Innovation In Motion partnered with Team Gleason and Willie Robertson (from TV show “Duck Dynasty”) by providing an Extreme X8 Power Wheelchair to Mississippi resident Jim Peckenpaugh (“Peck”). Peck really enjoys his Extreme X8 Power Wheelchair because he can continue spending time outdoors by hunting or navigating through nature trails. In fact, he was able to go on a deer hunting adventure with Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander. Watch their adventure here!

Along with all-terrain chairs, Innovation in Motion offers a great selection of products. Some of these include new Vela activity chair, the New Bug pediatric wheelchair by Ormesa, and the Juditta manual wheelchair for seniors. A brief description of each of these products can be found below:

  • The Vela activity chair has just been announced as a new product line from Innovation in Motion. These chairs are specifically designed with features to allow individuals with disabilities to perform everyday activities and maintain greater independence in their daily lives. Benefits of Vela include four smooth-running casters and a unique central brake system to create a safe and secure entry or exit from chair, a modern design that doesn’t resemble a traditional, clinical-looking chair, available accessories that allow for easy adaptation as needs change, and more.
  • The New Bug pediatric wheelchair is easy to use and adjustable in tilt from zero to thirty-five degrees. The seating mechanism is designed to help the assistant adjust the tilt and recline without any effort and to assure the maximum stability of the pediatric seating. Now available in new breathable, durable and resistant upholstery and frame colors, the New Bug chair is as customizable as possible.
  • The Juditta manual wheelchair for seniors is the perfect alternative than being bedridden. It allows seniors to stay in a comfortable seated position for most of the day without developing pressure sores. Updated with a black frame and a new 45-degree pelvic belt, this chair provides even more options for caregivers and clients to make this as customizable and adaptable as necessary.

For a full list of Innovation in Motion products, click here.

Innovation in Motion is an immensely valuable partner for U.S. Rehab, especially because of their selection of high-quality mobility products and services. To learn more about Innovation in Motion, please visit https://www.mobility-usa.com/.

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