Recare to highlight its clinical and assistive equipment excellence at Naidex

Recare, the respected family-run rehabilitation and healthcare equipment specialist, will be showcasing its unique expertise, clinical approach and hi-tech product range at Naidex 2024.

Naidex, NEC, 20th and 21st March 2024, NEC, Stand K130.

With headquarters in Oxfordshire, Recare clinically assesses and provides specialist mobility products from leading international manufacturers for adults and children with disabilities. At Naidex this year, Recare will be showcasing innovative wheelchairs, powerchairs, wheelchair power add-ons and specialist seating solutions from several of its flagship and exclusive brands. Alongside Ottobock, Permobil, Motion Composites, Benoit and Trekinetic, Recare will be introducing new power add-on innovations from Decon and displaying state-of-the-art exoskeleton robotics. 

Recare’s focus on product quality is only matched by its commitment to service. Its assessment-led clinical approach, combined with decades of technical knowledge, results in all of its customers achieving better outcomes in terms of comfort, independence and safety. This specialist approach is supported by Recare’s own internal healthcare professional who delivers qualified guidance that complements the equipment expertise of it’s Trusted Assessors. These friendly team members will all be available on the stand at Naidex to discuss individual needs on a one-to-one basis and provide product test drives. Equipment highlights on stand K130 will include:

In terms of specialist seating, there will be a selection of solutions available from Ottobock on display and the opportunity to learn more about Recare’s free complex rehabilitation and specialist seating clinic. This clinic, based in Oxfordshire, is open to end users and occupational therapists seeking bespoke seating and pressure management systems for wheelchair users. There is pressure mapping technology on site so individual cushions can be carved from recorded data for personalised postural needs.