The purpose of our existence is to successfully build and continually deepen relationships with our valued customers. Since 1992 Elixair has carried on this mission by means of providing excellence in home health care products throughout Southern California.
To become your provider of choice, delivering products and services to you with high ethical standards and a supreme level of care in an innovative, yet cost-effective manner.
We promise to work daily and diligently in order to fulfill our mission.
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For those with mobility issues, making your home more wheelchair accessible is an important step towards independence and comfort. While this may seem like a daunting task, there are many recommended modifications that you can make in your home to create a safer and more accessible living space. Luckily, there are many modifications that can be made to make your home more wheelchair accessible, so that you can improve your overall independence and mobility at home. Keep reading to learn more.Read More
When it comes to your mobility, you should never cut corners or make compromises. It’s important that you select the absolute best mobility aid option available to you—one that meets your unique needs and provides you with the independent mobility you deserve. But how do you know which type of mobility aid is best for you? Should you select a wheelchair, walker, or scooter? Keep reading to learn how to choose between these options and the various types of mobility aids within each category.Read More
Approximately 10 million Americans suffer from lymphedema. For those with this condition, lymph fluid doesn’t flow properly through their bodies, which can cause the fluid to build up in certain areas—typically the arms and legs—and cause swelling and pain. Those who have undergone cancer treatment in the past are especially susceptible to this condition, particularly breast cancer survivors. Failure to manage this condition can not only increase pain and swelling, but may also lead to slower wound healing, increased risk of infection, and stiff and sore joints. So, if you have lymphedema, it’s essential that you manage it properly. Keep reading to get some important tips on how to effectively manage your lymphedema.Read More