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Landmark goes way beyond selling Home Medical Equipment; our quality wheelchairs and walkers will help you get around, our beds will help you get better rest, and our Landmark Level of Service will assure your peace of mind with same-day delivery and friendly technicians who will train you to use your new equipment.

We can help with home modification too.

  • Manual & Travel Wheelchairs
  • Ultra Lightweight Wheelchairs
  • Walkers
  • CPM Machines
  • Rollators
  • Canes & Crutches
  • Hospital Beds
    • Semi- & Fully electric
    • Bariatric beds
  • Support Surfaces
    • Gel overlays
    • Low air-loss & alternating pressure mattresses
  • Cushions, Bed Wedges, Pillows

Frequently Asked Questions

What safety procedures should I follow with my rollator or walker?

  • Clear pathways of power cords and other obstacles to prevent potential falls or slipping
  • Verify stability of equipment prior to use
  • Periodically check to make sure all parts are secure and tight
  • Adjust equipment for proper height and fit
  • Always follow specific instructions from your physician
  • Be careful when navigating curbs or steps
  • Be careful when walking on uneven surfaces
  • Fully engage brakes before sitting in the seat
  • Keep your wrists straight and firmly grasp the handgrips. Your first step should be even with the back two legs of the walker, followed by a second step into the middle of the walker. Your feet should not meet side by side unless you are stopping.

What safety procedures should I follow for a manual wheelchair?

  • Engage wheel locks before attempting to transfer into or out of the wheelchair
  • Properly adjust foot-rests for leg length
  • Keep upper leg (thigh) parallel with floor
  • Keep feet flat on footplates
  • Do not allow pressure under the legs at the front of the seat
  • Do not attempt to pick up an object from the floor while sitting in a wheelchair. This could cause tipping out of the wheelchair.
  • Periodically check to make sure all parts are secure and tight

What is the purpose of an adjustable bed?
Adjustable beds are designed for individuals who need to change positions frequently. This includes the height of the bed and elevation of the head and/or foot of the bed. The hand control has buttons that adjust the height of the head and foot sections.

What safety procedures should I follow for my adjustable bed?

  • If liquid spills on the bed, immediately unplug the bed and clean up the liquid
  • Always use side rails
  • Engage the locks of at least two of the bed wheels at all times
  • Do not extend any extremities over the side or between the bed rails
  • Keep loose clothing and hair away from moving parts
  • Never place anything under the bed, including people
  • Allow only one person on the bed at one time
  • Do not smoke in bed

What is the purpose of a low air loss mattress?
A low air loss mattress is a medical mattress used for patients at risk of, or under treatment for, skin ulcers and bedsores. This is accomplished by “floating” the patient on air-filled cells while circulating air across the skin to reduce moisture and help maintain a constant skin interface pressure.

What safety procedures should I follow with my low air loss mattress?

  • Do not use while bathing
  • Do not place into water or other liquids
  • Closely supervise children or invalids using this product
  • Never block the air openings
  • Never place on a soft surface, such as a standard mattress or couch
  • Keep the air opening free of lint, hair and other similar particles
  • Never drop or insert any object into air opening or hose
  • Only use attachments recommended by the manufacturer

What if my question wasn’t answered here?
If you have more questions about your bed or support surface, just stop by one of our locations or contact us at customerservice@landmarkhc.com or toll free at 877-693-0007.

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If you have questions or have received a prescription from your doctor requiring new equipment, just stop by one of our locations or contact us at customerservice@landmarkhc.com or toll free at 877-693-0007.