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Than Just Salespeople

Here at Balance Mobility, we’re all about you. Our staff are here to help you get exactly what you need, whether it’s a new brace for a little extra support or a powerchair that can tackle tough conditions.

With over a decade of experience in the mobility industry, we’re more than just salespeople. Our professionals offer expert advice on daily living aids and continence issues. We hope to help you maintain as much independence as possible.

Discover our selection of mobility products online, or in-store at our Tweed Heads mobility shop. We supply high-quality equipment, including bathroom and bedroom aids, braces, compression stockings, daily living aids, wheelchairs, patient handling equipment, pressure care, scooters, seating, walking aids and more.

We deliver Australia-wide!

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Equipment Hire & Repair Services

In addition to sales, we also offer professional services such as equipment repairs. Our technicians perform one-off or regular servicing on your mobility equipment, offering any advice or assistance that you may need. We can also provide short, medium or long term hire of our wheelchairs, walkers and other equipment. Our friendly staff can even arrange delivery and installation upon request.

To enquire, contact the team at Balance Mobility on 07 5536 8841.

We offer mobility equipment hire in Tweed Heads for clients who may only require the support of our products temporarily, such as those recovering from surgery or injury.

Has your mobility scooter slowed down? Our friendly Tweed Heads team can provide reliable repair and maintenance services for your scooter, powerchair or other equipment.

If you are eligible for a government subsidy, speak with our Tweed Heads team before purchasing any home modification products or equipment. This may include the NDIS, DVA, MASS or HCP schemes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Before deciding on a mobility scooter, it is important to determine your needs. Think about:

  • How often do you need to use the scooter and for what purpose (e.g. shopping vs visiting friends)?
  • What surfaces will you be travelling on (flat asphalt, gravel etc.)?
  • Would you like to be able to sit down?
  • How important is it for you to be able to carry the scooter yourself (e.g. due to limited trunk space)?
  • Where will you store the scooter (e.g. indoors, outdoors)?

Once you have determined your needs, you can look at different mobility scooters and weigh up their pros and cons.

Your scooter should be serviced at least once every year to ensure all of the scooter’s critical electrical components are running smoothly. Battery replacements and tire wear can affect your scooter’s performance, and routine tune-ups can help prevent any problems.

A powerchair uses an electric motor to move around. This allows the person using it to have more freedom than with a manual wheelchair. Powerchairs make it easier for a disabled person to get around by themselves, as the speed and range of movement is not restricted to how quickly they can push their manual wheelchair.