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Deathknell Of The Wheelchair
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Deathknell Of The Wheelchair
The Tek Robotic Mobilization Device is the newest development in platforms for disabled peoples. With a smaller footprint, balance and the ability to get into it from the front, it makes wheelchairs obsolete.


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Posted by Averusblack on April 11, 2012
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Posted by Tibor on April 11, 2012 at 11:49 pm
Excellent post! This will help many, many people. I used to "assist" my common-law wife, as required, to do many tasks the rest of us take for granted. If she had not passed away 6 years ago, I'd still be assisting her. Until one is faced with a situation requiring the use of a wheelchair - one can never appreciate how awkward and cumbersome it can be! This device can restore ones ability to be more independent, which can really change ones view of their situation. Again, fantastic post Averus.
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