Vendor Spotlight: Sunrise Medical

Published in Complex Rehab on August 29, 2019

U.S. Rehab is proud to feature Sunrise Medical as this month’s trusted vendor partner. Sunrise Medical is well-known in the industry for being a leader in the development and distribution of manual and powered wheelchairs, seating and positioning systems. With key products and brands such as QUICKIE®, ZIPPIE®, JAY®, SWITCH-IT® and more, Sunrise Medical® is dedicated to improving people’s lives with innovative, high-quality products that exceed consumer’s needs and expectations.

“Sunrise Medical has been a truly valuable vendor partner of U.S. Rehab’s for a long time,” says President of U.S. Rehab, Greg Packer. “We trust them to provide some of the highest quality products in the marketplace, and they make it easy for our members to do business with them through their excellent price points and variety of services and resources.”

U.S. Rehab members have the benefit of receiving excellent pricing discounts with Sunrise Medical, as well as having access to an abundance of educational, helpful resources. These resources include a technician support center, online parts ordering, order entry support and the “Education in Motion” clinical portal with resources for clinical applications and outcomes. Click here to view Sunrise Medical’s resource center for dealers.

Members also have access to Sunrise Medical by attending U.S. Rehab’s in-person Tech Training seminars, where service technicians can work directly with Sunrise Medical presenters and their products to learn troubleshooting tips and best practices for repairing their equipment.

“Because Sunrise Medical is a major manufacturer in the CRT industry, there is a huge benefit to having their trainers and presenters at these events,” states Packer.

Sunrise Medical is always consistent about informing members of upcoming promotions and new products. For example, they just recently highlighted the QUICKIE® SEDEO® PRO seating frame, which provides consumers with a new level of functionality, comfort, and design. This seating system can be easily customized to suit individual requirements and quickly adapted to changing needs. Best of all, most adjustments can be made easily using just one tool. Click here to read more about the SEDEO PRO.

Through their dedication to serving the industry with high quality products and an excellent resource center, our members are able to do business with Sunrise Medical knowing that their products and services will best suit the needs of the customer. To learn more about Sunrise Medical, visit their website at

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