Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
The Canadian wheelchair provider is expanding its reach in British Columbia.
Latest podcast discusses academia and diversity with Braze Mobility's Pooja Viswanathan.
New Director is a National Seating & Mobility ATP.
May 14 Webinar from the University of Pittsburgh offers CEU credit to attendees.
New podcasts give insight into the lives of people with cerebral palsy.
Bart Van der Heyden and Filipe Monforte Correia discuss prioritizing positioning, function, and seating goals.
Patients who take other FDA-approved vaccines aren't sure about vaccines approved under emergency measures.
April 23 event will focus on applying standards to everyday seating and mobility decision making.
IPCE has been operating the International Seating Symposium events held in Canada.
New office will provider complex seating and wheeled mobility, plus other services.
New designs facilitate easy navigation and highlight CRT industry and consumer resources.
HME and CRT conference has been rescheduled for September this year.
CRT provider is adding personnel to expand its presence in key markets.
May's activities include virtual education and gatherings focusing on accessible transportation options.
New Chief Medical Officer will interact with and educate clinicians, referral sources, and payors regarding Complex Rehab Technology.
New drug has shown in studies to decrease multiple sclerosis relapse rates.
Award is given to supervisors who support employees in the U.S. National Guard and Reserve.
Awards program focuses on Gwinnett County businesses involved in manufacturing, processing and distribution.
New bill with bipartisan support would make Medicare telehealth option permanent.
The Toronto-based manufacturer produces blind-spot sensor systems for wheelchairs.
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