Repair Services

Trust Us to Get You Moving Again

If you feel like one of your medical devices isn’t working properly, don’t wait – bring it in today for repairs. Using malfunctioning equipment is not just inconvenient, it can be extremely dangerous. Our professional staff is always here to take a look at your devices to and determine what repairs need to be done to keep you healthy and safe. Plus, with pickup, delivery, and set-up available, we can even come to you!

As a family-owned business in the Greater Tucson Area for 17 years, we know the importance of customer service, and look forward to helping you and your family. Our staff is incredibly knowledgeable and can assist in repairs of most major brands of medical equipment. Browse our list of services below and don’t forget that we also offer equipment rentals and refurbished equipment for you to use while we work on yours. Please call us for additional information at (520) 323-9500.

We Can Repair The Following Products:

Folding Walkers
4-Wheel Walkers
Manual Wheelchairs
Hospital Beds
Electric Scooters
Lift Chairs (Golden Technologies & Pride Mobility)
Knee Walkers

Contact Metro Med

Please feel free to contact us or stop in today for all your medical equipment solutions! Call us at (520) 323-9500 or contact us below.

Metro Med
5410 E Pima
Tucson, AZ

Service Description

The fabrication of a prosthetic device is an intricate, customized procedure that requires a high degree of skill and technology. As such, a prosthetic device is a substantial investment. When considering the freedom and function that a prosthetic provides, it is an expenditure that pays for itself in the way of providing an enhanced quality of life.

The fabrication and fitting of every prosthetic is unique, as it is based upon a patient's anatomy, activity level, and functional requirements. Most amputees require a new device every few years, while children and extremely active adults need to replace prostheses more often. Routine adjustments, repairs, realignment, and upgrades to components are part of ongoing treatment.