Wheelchairs have come a long way since the advent of the motorized model in 1953. In fact, even the term "wheelchair" has fallen out of favor. Now it's a "personal mobility device." Models coming on the market or in development can climb stairs, turn tight corners, make their way over trails, and are lighter and easier to maneuver than earlier generations.
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