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CPSG discovers latest products to help reduce pain and increase mobility thanks to Rachel from TGA.

Rachel Elding is the Retail Development Manager for TGA Mobility based in Sudbury. TGA is a trusted local company that supplies quality mobility products to help improve independence and reduce chronic pain. Rachel was invited along to a recent CPSG meeting so that she could demonstrate a selection of the latest products and services from TGA.

For 30 years TGA Mobility has helped many people living locally with restricted mobility and chronic pain. Its welcoming and friendly showroom on Woodhall Business Park houses one of the UK’s largest collections of award-winning mobility scooters, wheelchairs, walkers, rise and recline chairs, access ramps and aids for daily living. If you are looking to ease your chronic pain, then the qualified and caring TGA showroom team can offer you lots of advice to help make life easier.

Rachel manages this friendly team and spent time with the CPSG explaining how TGA always listen to the needs of customers before recommending the right product. Everybody’s mobility difficulties or pain issues are all different so TGA believes a true understanding of a person’s lifestyle is the only way to offer a solution that will make a real difference. Rachel also explained to the group what products and services TGA could supply along with other advice tips regarding wheelchair services.

Rachel said: “I would like to thank the CPSG for inviting me along; I had such a rewarding time as everyone was so lovely. I do hope the group found what I had to say both useful and interesting. One of the products I demonstrated, our folding Minimo mobility scooter, seemed to really impress everyone as its lightweight design is so easy to store in a car boot. I showed how it folds in seconds and offers a smooth and stable drive – perfect for pain-free visits to the shops. The two example walkers I showed the group also highlighted how mobility outside can be safe even if walking unaided is a problem.”

Rachel added: “Our time together was really engaging and I’m glad I was able to offer informed answers to lots of different questions ranging from hoists to wheelchair ramps. It became more like an advice clinic! I do hope I am invited back again soon so I can offer more ways for local people living with chronic pain to enjoy a happier and more independent life.”

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