Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
University of Sydney study will use brain imaging to better understand the pain that often accompanies spinal cord injuries.
Current CEO Danny Langfield will head the organization's new research foundation this summer.
Paper is under a shortened comment period as industry awaits CMS coverage response.
CMS prepares for the end of the PHE; Cure SMA plans for annual conference.
Mobility Management's latest episode discusses the factors that create successful ultralightweight wheelchairs.
ASL and Freedom Designs are also involved in the filings.
An industry veteran joins PDG Mobility; accessibility advocate Emily Ladau has a rough flight.
Quick takes from around the industry.
New sizing makes this walker/gait trainer available for very young clients.
The new director is an industry veteran with a background in kinesiology.
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The new program will offer mentorship opportunities and other resources for kids and teens living with limb loss/limb difference.
Awards will be presented at this year's conference in March.
When and why did "service" become such a controversial word?
Ki Mobility's new base option expands the Liberty's versatility.
Annual consumer show series kicks off in Los Angeles in March.
Announcement follows manufacturer's decision to focus on seating, mobility and patient aids going forward.
New leader will focus on distributor's customers, as well as on building educational content.
Research also identified American regions with higher numbers of patients.
Latest episode discusses custom configuration vs. the made-to-measure philosophy of ultralightweight wheelchair building.
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