Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
A Provider’s Perspective
A Discussion with Mike Mowry, ATG Rehab
NMEDA Auto Access
Defining Dynamic Seating & Determining the Benefits
Our 2011 Pediatric Series kicks off with dynamic seating: What it means, how it works, who can benefit and how providers and clinicians can assess potential clients.
Complex Rehab Participation Is Stronger, as Rehab Pavilion Booth Space Sells Out
Catching up on the new technology, the industry announcements and the networking
opportunities in Atlanta.
Technology You'll Talk About in 2011…& Why
Get a sneak peek at the technology categories the industry will be talking about next year…and why! From new innovations to policy questions to funding challenges, here’s the big buzz.
What Chairs You’re Selling Now, What You’ll Sell in 2011 & the Issues That Concern You Most
We asked: What types of wheelchairs will you provide next year? What’s your funding situation like? Does Medicare understand your day-to-day business challenges? You answered.
Finding the Best Answer When Different Technology Choices Are the Question
Matching the best mobility technology to individual SCI clients.
Why Clients Feel Discomfort, How It Impacts Function & How Providers Can Help
Understanding and pinpointing a seating & mobility client’s pain can be among the biggest challenges a provider or clinician faces. It’s also crucial to maximizing a client’s function and compliance. Here’s how to get started…and follow through.
The Physics, the Indications & How Recline Can Work with (While Differing from) Tilt
More than just a supplement to tilt, recline is a unique positioning option with its own benefits, indications and contraindications. Plus: The funding picture for recline.
Creating Seating & Mobility that Fits Today & Tomorrow
Creating growable seating & mobility requires great communications skills
as well as the ability to predict a child’s future needs. Here’s how to build
systems that fit great today and tomorrow. PLUS: Pediatric funding.
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