Serving the Seating & Mobility Community
The right set of client measurements in the hands of the right seating & mobility experts can lead to a great outcome. What measurements are the most important to obtain? The most difficult to obtain? And why?
Mar 01, 2014
Identifying lower-extremity positioning challenges and solutions can give wheelchair users the best mobility experiences possible.
Aug 01, 2013
Poor head positioning can cause problems with a wheelchair user's visual field, speech, eating and other critical functions. But the reasons for poor head positioning can be complex -- as are the potential solutions.
Jun 01, 2013
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Power seat functions -- tilt, recline, elevating legrests, seat elevators, standing -- can help power wheelchair consumers to accomplish more every day while staying healthier and more independent. And new generations of positioning systems and electronics make powered seating more accessible and versatile than ever before.
Insights into each power base configuration, how seating & positioning setup is affected, and how clinicians and providers can use the patient evaluation to determine the optimal seating & mobility system for each client.
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