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Meredith C.

Compared to other models, the Pride Pathrider is not at all as expensive which makes a good starter model for new user. The large wheels are designed for outdoor use, however ground clearance is not specified on this model so the user would want to look into that if outdoor use is a high priority. The Pathrider is HEAVY, weighing in at 85 kg, which is great for users who are a little nervous about...

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Kelsey D.

Kelsey Downing earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree in 2016 from Campbell University in Buies Creek, NC. Since then, she has been working in a variety of settings. From outpatient, acute care, and home health she has gained a wealth of hands-on knowledge. Additionally, she has sought out further certification in Parkinson's disease treatment, manual therapy techniques, concussion man...

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Caitie H.

My name is Caitlin Hollis, and I am a Physical Therapist Assistant residing in North Carolina. I am originally from Pennsylvania and have also lived in California for two years. I have been a PTA for nearly 7 years and have worked in numerous Skilled Nursing Facilities in these specific states. I have experience with many types of adaptive equipment, especially wheelchairs and power chairs. In the...

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Brittany F.

With the Pride Pathrider Es10, individuals will feel confident in their ability to traverse a variety of environments. With a lower height and open-back design, this seating is a good fit for a shorter individual or someone who does not have problems with their back. Armrests provide the option of additional support and stability for individuals when they reposition in the seat. A higher, but adju...

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Anum Y.

I am Anum Yaqoob. I am a researcher and a mental health professional. I have a degree in Clinical and Health Psychology. I have 7 years’ experience of working in Mental Health. I am currently working with National Health Service England. My areas of interest include fitness and well-being, quality of life, stress, chronic pain, coping strategies and post-traumatic growth. I am very much curious ab...

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