They've seen a lot. Five veteran therapists explain how wheelchair technology delivered today's mobility users into an era of unrivaled independence.
Category: Power Assist
Concepts used in the seating clinic help streamline the process for selecting and acquiring adaptive pediatric equipment.Read More
Understanding the options for patients, and coverage available for power mobility. by Sharon Frant Brooks, MA, OTR/L, ATP/SMS, CRTS There are a lot of articles and discussions in many forums that deal with “sexy” topics that get everyone’s high tech juices flowing, such as alternative switching systems, multiple output options, and Bluetooth or InfraRed options. […]Read More
A focus on technologies to ease operation and innovations in existing seating systems help power mobility users move ahead. by Brittan West Optimization of free movement and choice of direction represents the most recent and significant improvements among power mobility technologies. These refinements built into existing systems have done much to increase the number of […]Read More
A clinical tool engineered to examine manual wheelchair use by analyzing each push on the hand rim is available through Out-Front.Read More
According to a recent news release, Aditazz has entered into a partnership with inventor Roger Leib, founder of Develop, LLC. The partnerships primary goal centers on jointly developing and marketing the Patient Mobility Platform, designed to allow patients to recover more rapidly in hospital settings.Read More
Clinical indicators and documentation for funding power assist wheels are the subjects for an upcoming National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers (NRRTS) webinar, slated for March 22 at 5 pm EST.Read More