About Precision Rehab
Precision Rehab was founded in 2015 to address the lack of specialist powered wheelchairs available in the UK marketplace. When Matthew was informed in 2015 that the range of powered wheelchairs which he had been working with for over two decades would no longer be manufactured the Precision Rehab dream was born. Matthew’s first step was to start researching the global market for a powered wheelchair solution which he felt was currently missing in the UK.
Following meetings with several manufacturers, Precision Rehab came to an agreement with the German manufacturer Paravan GmbH to be an official supplier for the UK and Ireland. Precision Rehab currently supplies the Paravan range on a direct sales basis and using a small amount of authorised dealers throughout the UK and Ireland to ensure a high standard of assessment, sales process, after sales care including service and repair coverage is available to all clients at all times.
The company recently added the Dietz Power UK range of Sango powered wheelchairs and the Eurovema product range to its existing portfolio including the Quickie range of powered and manual wheelchairs from Sunrise.
The Dietz Sango range every individual is different. And that is why every powered wheelchair needs to be different too. DIETZ Power succeeds in combining the uniformity required for keeping production speed low and service levels high with the modularity and adaptability the market needs. After first building a sturdy base version, DIETZ Power then set to work on developing different models of its wheelchair. This means that there is a suitable DIETZ Power wheelchair for every type of user – for anyone of light and average build, and for heavier users and children too. The wheelchairs can be adjusted to the user and to the particular environment, right down to the very last detail, when needed tailor made. Read more.
At Eurovema Mobility develops, manufactures, and markets technical aids for its own three brands: Euroflex for work chairs and electric-powered indoor wheelchairs, Alvema for children’s products and strollers, and Volaris for rollators. The products are Swedish made. Their business concept is “With committed employees, we create mobility and ergonomic aids that give more in terms of function, design, and quality for users of all ages.” Eurovema’s goal is to improve sitting and mobility for people of all ages with special needs. They strive to manufacture products with a very high quality and demand our suppliers to use, as far as possible, materials that are kind to the environment. They have models for both indoor and outdoor use. All models come as standard with adjustable seat height with angling or tilting function to provide ab electric wheelchair that works in different everyday situations. The chair can be easily adjusted using the flexible Euroflex system with different seat alternatives and a broad range of accessories. The chairs are equipped with electronics from PG Drive R-net. Read more.
The Quickie Q-range features models from the basic Q100, Q200, Q300, Q400 Q500 and top of the range Q700 including the Q700UP standing range. A model for all. Read more.
Over the last five years, Precision Rehab has grown steadily, and the company became a true family business when Matthew’s wife Emma joined the team in 2017. As part of this continued growth, the company recently announced that were opening an office in Staffordshire covering the Midlands and North of the UK.
Every client is unique and here at Precision Rehab we believe in going the extra mile to find a bespoke solution to ensure every client receives a chair which meets all their individual requirements. Over the years, many customers have become friends and comment on our professional and friendly service and this combined with the superb products we offer is why we believe you should consider Precision Rehab as your preferred powered wheelchair provider.
If you would like to talk with us about any requirements you may have, please call 01256 300111 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org