Our Patient Lifts For Sale in Tonopah AZ are designed to assist patients who have physical limitations including those with little to no weight bearing. The lifts assist in the transfer to and from beds, chairs, toilets, or baths. Patient lifts are mechanical devices designed to make moving a patient easier, safe, and more comfortably. We carry power and hydraulic models. These specialized medical lifts come in a wide range of styles including stationary ceiling-mounted track lifts, portable sling lifts and sit-to-stand patient lifts.
If you or a loved one has mobility issues and require assistance to transfer, or you care for someone who needs hands-on help to move around, purchase a patient lift for your home.
At-home patient lifts can make a big difference for caregivers and patients alike by dramatically reducing the amount of physical effort needed to transfer from a bed to a chair, move from a sitting to standing position, or to take a bath or shower.
When it comes to picking out a patient lift, take the time to think about your needs. Do you require a lift that can accommodate a bariatric patient weighing up to 600 pounds? Will the lift be used in one location such as the bedroom or bathroom, or do you want a lift that can be moved throughout the home?
Patient lifts come in two basic styles: sling lifts, which can be used to transfer a patient from a bed to a chair and vice versa; and sit-to-stand lifts that aid patients when moving from a sitting to a standing position.
You’ll also need to decide if you want a budget-friendly manual hydraulic lift, or a premium full electric lift powered by either a built-in rechargeable battery or that connects to a standard household outlet.
To learn more about all of the various in-home Patient Lifts For Sale in Tonopah AZ, contact any one of our Copper Star Home Medical Supplies and our medical supply specialists will be more than happy to assist. Don’t want to leave the couch? Shop online! Experience our new shopping experience! Combined we have 15 retail locations across the greater southwest in Arizona, Utah, Idaho, and Colorado.