You deserve the best

We offer in-home or in-facility evaluations and work with all top mobility equipment providers: Quantum, Pride, Ki, Sunrise, Permobil, and Harmar. Our certified assistive technology professionals will take the time to make sure you get the right fit. Also, the Petersen Medical mobility team will work with you throughout the entire lifetime of the chair.

Let Petersen Medical worry about insurance. We have insurance experts to guide you through each step of the process. The useful lifetime of mobility equipment is five years, and we can check to see if you qualify for a new wheelchair.

Power Wheelchairs

We work with all of the top mobility equipment providers: Quantum, Pride, Ki, Sunrise, Permobil, and Invacare. Check out the Pride Mobility Jazzy Power Chair lineup or look how Quantum iLevel Power Chairs put an elevated spin on power mobility. We also offer quality manual chairs from Sunrise, and Permobil.

Manual Wheelchairs

When it comes to manual wheelchairs, we also offer quality chairs from Ki Mobility and Sunrise Medical. Our wheelchair specialists are Assistive Technology Professionals (ATPs). They will meet with you to identify exactly what frame and accessories will provide the best fit with the right combination of seating and positioning. We’ll make sure you have the right support, optimally configured, pressure relief and self-propulsion options for a comfortable ride.

Stair Lifts

Conquer your stairs and enjoy your home on all levels. Whether due to an injury or illness, age or ability, if the thought of getting up and down a staircase becomes more challenging, a stair lift or chair lift isn’t just a convenient addition to your home, it’s a necessity. A stair lift allows a house to be a home, not a hindrance. View straight and curved chair lifts at Harmar.

Vehicle Lifts

Go where you want, how you want, when you want, with a Harmar Outside Lift. This type of lift is attached to the vehicle by means of a hitch and consists of an actuator and platform which secures and carries a manual chair, scooter, or powerchair.

Four easy steps to get your mobile chair


Visit your physician for a face-to-face examination and discuss your mobility options.

During your exam, your physician must first consider the use of cane, walker, and manual wheelchair before considering a scooter or power wheelchair. A physical therapist may also conduct an additional assessment if your physician deems it necessary.


Have your physician send the written prescription and records to Petersen Medical.

Petersen Medical must receive the written prescription and supporting documentation from your face-to-face examination. Once received, Petersen Medical will work with you and your physician to determine the appropriate power wheelchair model for your needs.


Petersen Medical will conduct a home assessment to ensure you have adequate access and maneuverability space.

The primary reason for a power mobility device is to compensate for you mobility limitations within your home and your ability to perform activities of daily living including toileting, grooming, bathing, dressing, and eating.


Petersen Medical will order your product, deliver it to your home, and instruct you on how to operate it.

Delivery of the scooter or power wheelchair must be no more than 120 days following your face-to-face exam.

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