Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
How vibration can be managed in the manual wheelchair segment.
Suspension components are aimed at improving the ride experience for manual tilt wheelchair users.
Consumer and clinician organizations urge Congress to pass a bill written to protect access to CRT manual wheelchair accessories.
New bill would prevent CMS from applying competitive bidding-derived pricing to accessories on CRT manual chairs.
DME MACs say titanium frames, heavy-duty upgrades are no longer separately billable on Medicare manual wheelchair claims.
President Doug Munsey cites current and future growth in explaining new sales structure.
In-wheel suspension system helps to absorb vibration in manual wheelchairs.
Convaid was purchased in December by Etac AB.
NCART's Don Clayback: Delay in funding cuts for CRT power chair accessories was "important" last-minute victory.
Preserving the Shoulder Health of Wheelchair Self-Propellers
How the setup of an ultralightweight wheelchair can have an intense impact on the long-term health of its users' shoulders -- and how consumers themselves can work to reduce shoulder injury risk.
Preserving Shoulder Health
Ultralight & Manual Wheelchair Case Studies
Ultralight Research, Part I
Adult tilt-in-space code is among those to be affected, says Jurisdiction B DME MAC.
Size matters when power & manual chairs need to fit into the real world
Standard manual wheelchair codes are included in the Jurisdiction C list.
We Cheer the Benefits of Independent Mobility for Young Children. But Does Dependent Mobility Get a Bad Rap?
The benefits of independent pediatric mobility are many, but what role can caregiver-propelled mobility play in the life of very young children? Is there room for both technologies to co-exist?
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