As long as you want to keep doing the things you love, where there's a will, there's a way! We have put together inspiring oxygen stories and images directly from our customers. The stories include riding on a Harley Davidson with a Respironics EverGo on the countryside to enjoying a rollercoaster at Disneyland or swimming with a portable concentrator.
Using a portable oxygen concentrator is like giving you the gift of health and freedom once again. They require no refills as oxygen tanks do, and as long as you have charged up batteries, you can go virtually anywhere, and no all the things you could before.
Get inspired as these real-life oxygen users share their personal stories; they are just a few people who haven't let the need for oxygen therapy interrupt their lives. Here are oxygen therapy users sharing their inspirational oxygen stories and pictures.
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Annette riding her Harley Deuce with a Portable Oxygen Concentrator
Annette riding her Harley Davidson Deuce with a Respironics EverGo portable oxygen concentrator. Here she is in enjoying the view during her motorcycle ride through the countryside of Ohio. We've seen quite a few people riding with oxygen as passengers or on trikes but never by themselves on a two-wheel motorcycle!
David on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Disney World
David riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller-coaster at Disneyland in Anaheim with his two grandkids. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is an indoor/outdoor train roller coaster located at Disneyland Park in California. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is also the name of the fictional rail line the roller coaster depicts.
Roxlyn Swimming with a High flow Liquid Portable Concentrator
Roxlyn swimming with a high flow liquid portable oxygen concentrator. Swimming is a physically beneficial form of exercise but can be difficult for people who require oxygen therapy. By pulling a floatable device behind her, she can perform her swimming exercises while using her mobile oxygen concentrator.
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