The right chair and the best care.
National Seating and Mobility (NSM) was founded in 1992 with a very simple mission: to design better wheelchairs. Today, National Seating & Mobility is North America’s most experienced provider of complex rehabilitation seating, mobility and positioning systems. The company has grown from five locations to a nationwide network of respected professionals and dedicated specialists across 43 states and 123 branches.
You can download our Overview Brochure to learn more about our philosophy, approach, product and service offering, plus chair design timeline.
At NSM, we build one-of-a-kind mobility solutions designed to be comfortable, safe and work completely in sync with each client. Our focus is to deliver independence and self-reliance to clients, regardless of age or physical challenge; to offer reassurance to families and caregivers; and to provide flexible, highly professional clinical support to physicians and therapists.
We deliver personalized solutions to individuals with mobility challenges by bringing together industry-leading expertise, uniquely engineered systems and breakthrough technologies. Our products and services provide independence and self-reliance to clients; reassurance to family and caregivers; and responsive, flexible and highly professional clinical support to our referral sources.
Our calling goes beyond being a preferred provider of mobility solutions. It is how we touch lives with a genuine compassion that begins deep within our hearts and is carried throughout everything we do. It is what will continue to drive us to build lifelong relationships with our clients, honoring their journey of independence with ingenuity and excellence that helps them move through life.
We will never be satisfied until we have exceeded the expectations of those we serve in our quest to be a trusted partner. Breaking more barriers, impacting more lives. Taking us where we aspire to be, and our clients, where they deserve to go.
National Seating & Mobility has earned the highest professional accreditation from the independent, not-for-profit, The Joint Commission, and is affiliated with the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) and National Rehabilitation Registry of Technology Suppliers (NRRTS)