Introducing New M1 Accessories

More on chair options allows you to truly customize the M1 to fit your needs.

  • Swing Away Leg Rest
    New Multi-Angle Swing Away Legrests Now Available on the M1

    The M1 multi-angle 65 to 80 degree adjustable swing away legrests were designed with an emphasis on ease of use and durability. Featuring a unique easy to access two function release mechanism, swing in/out flexibility and angle adjustable footplates – the M1 swing away legs address a full range of lower extremity positioning needs.

     

  • M1 quickrelease pin2
    EZ Fold Backrest

    Traveling with your power wheelchair just got easier with the new EZ Fold Backrest option. Using a simple release mechanism the tubular backrest frame can be easily folded forward to reduce the height of the M1 for unoccupied transport.

    Download the Wheelchair Travel Guide

  • M1 Repositioning Handles 2
    Repositioning Handles: A New Take on an Old Classic

    The Permobil M1 repositioning handles offer a unique solution to an age old challenge. For users accustomed to “hooking” their upper extremity on a traditional backrest push handle, the fully adjustable repositioning handles offer the option to get support right where it’s needed.

  • A woman sat in a wheelchair with a dog
    Comfort and ROHO seating options now available.

    Comfort seating & positioning accessories now available for order on the M1. Choose the ROHO or Comfort seating solution that best fits your needs and enjoy a simplified ordering process for greater efficiency.

Education & Evidence

Proof in motion.

The right chair can make all the difference — in your life, in your independence, and in your long-term health. See how we’re using the latest medical research to deliver information that moves everyone in our industry forward.

New call-to-action

Latest Blog Posts
Rolling Wisely: How To Mindfully Move With A Spinal Cord Injury

When describing how I manage and live with a spinal cord injury, I often use the term "mindful movement." I have come to understand that I must be aware and precise with how I move and treat my body to prevent further injury that would most certainly compound the difficulty I already live with. These are strategies that work for me and are not meant to take the place of guidance provided by a medical health professional.
Here are a few things to keep in mind while living an active, healthy lifestyle.

Is your client’s skin protected outside of the wheelchair? Examining short-term seating surfaces and when to use them

In the world of seating and mobility, pressure injuries are a big deal. It is our job as clinicians and therapists to prevent peak pressure through the use of seating and positioning products, to minimize risk of pressure injuries. In today’s blog we’re taking a look at the mechanics of pressure injuries and will identify some scenarios in which a wheelchair user could benefit from a short-term positioning surface to safely perform daily tasks.

Exploring The PushTracker E2 with Aaron Baker

Four years ago my friend let me demo her SmartDrive & PushTracker, and within 10 minutes of using it, I knew it would change my life. Fast forward to today, and I have explored over 40 cities in the United States, discovered 3 countries, and traveled independently for business all because of the original Smart Drive and Pushtracker.
That is why when I discovered the new Pushtracker E2 I was a bit skeptical of changing a good thing. To be honest I am partial to the original MX2+ Pushtracker because it has literally changed my life. My thought was, if it’s not broken, why fix it?

View all blog posts.