Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
In ultralightweight chairs, when does weight matter most?
In what situations is the weight of an ultralightweight wheelchair most important?
How Does Carbon Fiber Measure Up Among Ultralightweight Choices?
How carbon fiber, titanium and high-grade aluminum have transformed the ultralightweight wheelchair space.
The challenges and benefits of working with carbon fiber composites.
What Middle Age Means to the Industry’s First Longtime Ultralightweight Chair Users
It's a new industry challenge: working with ultralightweight manual wheelchair users as they enter middle age and want to stay in their tried-and-true mobility systems.
How the natural aging process can impact the use of ultralightweight manual chairs.
New bill would prevent CMS from applying competitive bidding-derived pricing to accessories on CRT manual chairs.
Medicare's policy change puts titanium frames out of reach for beneficiaries. What's next?
Industry veteran starts his new position with Permobil's manual wheelchair business unit on June 12.
Determining (& Justifying) the Better Mobility Choice
Lower-cervical spinal cord injuries can present a mobility crossroads: Is manual or power mobility better for a given client?
DME MACs say titanium frames, heavy-duty upgrades are no longer separately billable on Medicare manual wheelchair claims.
They're Engineering Marvels, But Ultralightweight Chairs Can Still Enjoy an Aftermarket Performance Kick
Ultralightweight manual chairs are engineering marvels. But there are still additional ways to fine-tune (or customize) their performance.
National CRT provider agrees to partnership to distribute the manual wheelchair accessory.
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