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Trusted Mobility – National Power Wheelchair Repairs

Trusted Mobility

United Spinal ChampionUnited Spinal Champion

877-815-6786

6605 Nancy Ridge Drive, San Diego, CA 92121

Description

Nationally Accredited by the Compliance Team as an Exemplary Provider, Trusted Mobility focuses on what matters: Safety, Honesty and Caring!

Trusted Mobility specializes in quality mobility products and services. Our nationwide technicians’ goal is to repair and service power wheelchairs to achieve manufacturer’s specified levels of performance.

Unlike other mobility service companies, we solely specialize in repairing power wheelchairs and come to our clients. Our mobile service centers allow our skilled technicians to perform maintenance and service most repair problems on-site.

If we are unable to perform the repair on site, our customer service specialists will attempt to qualify our clients for a temporary replacement unit for the duration of the repair. Our case managers work with physicians, therapists and insurance providers to demonstrate a certificate of need and gain an Rx. We help our customers get all of their repair and service costs covered. Trusted accepts Medicare, Medicaid, as well as private insurance and private payments.

Trusted Mobility uses quality certified parts that meet or exceed a mobility device’s technical specifications. We source our components from a national network of mobility product manufacturers and providers. In addition, we provide assistive products like braces and cushions, as well as CPAP masks and some respiratory products.

Our service areas include all of Georgia, Alabama and Southern California. Our team of technicians and customer service agents can be reached at 1-877-815-6786 or via a contact form on our website http://www.trustedmobilityrepair.com/schedule/.

2018-04-04T15:02:48+00:00 Categories: 1 Nationwide, California, Disability Products & Services|

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