MAX Wheelchairs

Spinal Injuries Scotland is excited to launch its new partnership. We pride ourselves in offering only the highest quality services to our members so joining up with amazing team at Max Wheelchairs is a natural next step.

Focussing on the needs of our members we have chosen to partner with a Max Wheelchairs as they have a representative based in Scotland whose customer service is second to none.

Max Wheelchair is owned by Colin Price and Colin Flounders and they have a Scottish Rep called Gary Davidson. MAX Wheelchairs have over 20 years’ experience providing made to measure sports and everyday wheelchairs for a wide range of customers, with different challenges and disabilities. Between the three of them, they have over 100 years’ experience of working with people living with a Spinal injury as well as lived experiences of personally living with one.

Gary is the MAX Wheelchair Mobility Advisor in Scotland. Gary has been a sportsman since 1975. Competing in swimming table tennis wheelchair basketball and wheelchair rugby union and has represented Great Britain and Scotland at all four sports mentioned. He has helped to develop wheelchair sports throughout Scotland and intends to do more with Spinal Injuries Scotland.

MAX Wheelchairs will offer a bespoke, tailor made service, where they will design a wheelchair that is suited to your requirements, in the comfort of your own home.  MAX Wheelchairs understand how important it is to listen to your requirements and can provide expert knowledge on the product range and suitable options for you. Your chair will be hand built to your individual measurements and preferences, and quality assured to maximise your comfort.

As one of the many benefits of being a member of the charity they will also offer a discount if you quote SIS2020.

We feel this will benefit the membership greatly.  For more information please the charity for more information or MAX Wheelchairs.  https://maxwheelchairs.com/

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