Rowheels' REV-HX & REV-LX wheels are covered by insurance, including Medicare, the VA, and private insurance through HCPSC billing code E2227. Reimbursement documents can be filled out by either a DME ATP, medical staff/Therapist or the patient. Insurance companies make their own determination on coverage or reimbursement based on individual consideration. If you suffer from shoulder pain or are beginning to exhibit signs of shoulder injury, talk with your doctor or therapist to see if Rowheels are right for you.
Fill out the FIND A DEALER form below to receive assistance finding a dealer/DME near you. If you already have a DME/dealer you're comfortable with, talk to them and let them know you're interested in Rowheels' REV wheels and/or send us the dealers contact information (in the NOTE sectionof the form) ) and we can try to help you get the process started.
HOW TO BUY
Full or partial funding for our products may be obtained from medical insurance, non-profit organizations, grants, Federal and State organizations as well as crowdfunding. You may also be able to use your Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Savings Account (FSA) to purchase Medical equipment. We have listed below detailed information regarding different funding possibilities available if you are having difficulty getting Coverage of equipment through insurance or if you are uninsured.
Every state has a Vocational Rehabilitation Program. These are state funded programs that assist disabled individuals to get back into or remain in the workplace. In some cases they provide funding for vehicle modifications. Click here to find an Office of Vocational Rehabilitation in your area.
Through crowd founding websites you can try to raise funds necessary to purchase medical equipment. Below are links to crowdfunding sites that others have used and have had success with:
If you need assistance setting up a crowdfunding campaign, let us know and we will be glad to help you set it all up! Just email us at email@example.com
Financing is available in most states through Alternate Financing Programs (AFP) for individuals with disabilities. Click here for a list of the states offering this program.
Financing your direct puchase is another option. PayPal™ offers financing through their Bill Me Later program. Go to our Online Direct section to see which of our third-party online sellers offer PayPal financing.
There are several independent organizations that offer aid to people with disabilities for everything from employment to medical equipment and financial help.
As a national nonprofit, HelpHOPELive's mission is to support community-based fundraising for people with unmet medical and related expenses due to cell and organ transplants or catastrophic injuries and illnesses. https://helphopelive.org/
SCORE aims to assist young people who have been injured while participating in sporting events or athletic recreation. SCORE endeavors to improve the quality of life for people with a spinal cord injury, assisting with the substantial out-of-pocket costs associated with obtaining the best medical care, home amenities and transportation. The end goal is to facilitate rehabilitation and independent living. Find out more at www.scorefund.org.
Friends of Man gives help to people who find themselves in a situation where they have nowhere else to turn. It may be an elderly person on a fixed income, a working family whose child is struck by severe illness, an accident victim, a disabled person, or a schoolchild whose family can't afford basic needs. http://www.friendsofman.org
It is the mission of the Challenged Athletes Foundation® (CAF) to provide opportunities and support to people with physical disabilities so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics. CAF believes that involvement in sports at any level increases self-esteem, encourages independence and enhances quality of life. Find out more at www.challengedathletes.org
The Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation works within the paralysis community providing charitable grants to help make life easier for people suffering from paralysis. Equally important, the BRPF provides scholarships to individuals suffering from paralysis or families with a parent dealing with a neurological disorder. http://www.brpf.org
The Kelly Brush Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to: advocating for improving ski racing safety, supporting research to treat and cure paralysis due to traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI), improving the quality of life for individuals living with SCI by purchasing adaptive athletic equipment for those with financial limitations, and supporting the U.S. Adaptive Ski Team. Find out more at kellybrushfoundation.org.
NAIDW is a nationally recognized 501 (c) (3) public charity whose purpose is to provide unlimited resources, support, guidance and short-term financial assistance to injured & disabled workers and their families as a result of injury, illness, pain or disability. Find out more at www.naidw.org.
The Reeve Foundation cannot award grants to individuals, but the Information Specialist Team at the Paralysis Resource Center (PRC) can help individuals identify resources that can provide financial assistance.
Children under the age of 18 with a confirmed lifelong physical disability affecting the child's motor skills, for which physical/occupational therapy is part of the treatment regimen, are eligible to receive financial assistance. Up to $1,000; all states eligible.
The Christian Fund for the Disabled (CFD) is a $1,500 maximum grant for an individual with a disability-related need. The individual must be sponsored by a church that is willing to match funds received through the grant.
GET THE PROCESS STARTED
Use the forms below to get the insurance reimbursement and purchasing process started by providing your physician, physical therapist and DME dealer with the info and forms necesary.
CONFIGURATION AND CUSTOMIZATION OPTIONS
Chose your color, wheel size, tire type, handrim type and chair configuration.
REV wheels are available in three different hub cap colors; white, red, and black. Our wheel finger guard comes in the carbon fiber style but can be customized to other designs or colors (limited to design and color availability and represents an added cost).
REV wheels are available in 22" (489 mm), 24" (540 mm), 25" (559 mm), and 26" (590 mm) wheel sizes.
REV wheels are available with Schwalbe Marathon Plus, Schwalbe RightRun, KENDA Navegal and SHOX solid tires.
HAND RIM TYPE
REV wheels are available with NATURAL-FIT (Standard and LT sizes) and SURGE (Standard and LT sizes) Q-GRIPS and projection hand rims.
In order for REV wheels to function properly, our universal frame clamp latches must be installed on the wheelchair’s frame. If the chair to be used has a tubular frame with a diameter between 0.75” (19.05mm) and1.375” (34.93mm), our clamps will work. Secondly, our axle lengths need to be compatible with the chair's axle receiver length. Currently we accommodate 5 axle receiver lengths; 2", 2.1", 2.2", 2.3", 2.4" and 2.5". Watch the videos below to learn how to properly take those frame and axle measurements and see how the universal frame clamp latches are mounted.
Currently, REV wheels are compatible with most models of manual wheelchairs from Quickie, TiLite, Invacare/Top End, Colours, Per4Max (everyday), Motion Composites and Ki Mobility. If you have a chair from a different manufacturer, read through the COMPATIBILITY CHECK section below.
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