Products


Seating Dynamics

Dynamic Footrest

Dynamic Footrest

Traditional footrests can be damaged when subjected to significant forces. But the Dynamic Footrest provides an energy-absorbing range of motion. The footrest is capable of up to three types of movement: telescoping; knee extension; and plantar/dorsi flexion. By providing movement in response to client movement, the footrest enables forces to be absorbed, protecting client, wheelchair frame and seating system. Extensor tone is absorbed and diffused, reducing overall tone and posturing. The movement provided can increase sitting tolerance and decrease agitation.

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2018:

I love the Seating Dynamics Dynamic Footrests because these move in response to client force, removing leverage and helping my client to stay in position instead of standing in their wheelchair! This reduces overall extension and helps the client better tolerate the wheelchair seating system.

— Michelle L. Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS

  • (303) 986-9300

Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare

Sports Ball Cane Tips

Sports Ball Cane Tips

Sports fans will cheer for these themed cane tips, offered in soccer, tennis, golf (pictured) and basketball styles. These retail-packaged cane tips install easily to replace worn-out cane tips, and the cane tips’ design also enables the cane to stand on its own. The tips are designed to fit most popular canes measuring .75" in diameter.

  • (877) 224-0946

Medifab Ltd.

Spex Positioning

Spex Positioning

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2018:

The Spex system is modular and comprises a grid of foam cubes. The individual cubes can be customized “on the spot” by adding to or removing foam to meet the individual’s specific upper-body shape.

The Spex back support profile can be created based on the postural needs identified for the individual’s upper body. The system has the ability to instantly “create” greater volume or fullness in the back support where needed or to remove fullness to ensure good contact with the body contours.

By providing seating which has the ability to be adjusted, clinicians and ATPs have the ability to continue to provide an individual with comfort and postural support, while meeting the asymmetrical postural presentation.

— Lee Ann Hoffman, Clinical Educator, OT, MSc. Rehabilitation: Posture Management, Numotion

  • (800) 400-3307

AlumiRamp, Inc.

Alumilite Landscape

Alumilite Landscape

The powdercoated finishes of this series of ramps enhance their surroundings while providing all the features of the standard Alumilite ramp line. Finishes include Terracotta, Slate (pictured), Sage and Sand. Models run from 3' to 5' long and 29" to 36" wide, with weight capacities of 600 lbs. Choose folding or solid configuration. Custom sizing is also available to meet specific needs.

  • (800) 800-3864

Pride Mobility Products

Jazzy Zero Turn

Jazzy Zero Turn

With just a 38" turning radius, the four-wheeled Jazzy Zero Turn scooter boasts terrific maneuverability — in fact, it’s comparable to that of a three-wheeled scooter, thanks to patent-pending iTurn Technology and a two-motor drive. Other features include independent CTS suspension, LED marker lights, extended-range batteries, underseat storage and feather-touch disassembly.

  • (800) 800-8586

Prime Engineering

Superstand HLT

Superstand HLT

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2018:

Need a stander for your classroom? Order the Superstand HLT from Prime Engineering with the adjustable depth and height supports. The trunk laterals and hip guides will be in slots that go in/out and up/down by just sliding. Also, upgrade to the metal wheels. This one unit can go prone, supine, upright, abduct, and accommodate almost any postural impairment.

For severe knee and hip contractures (20-90°), add the special system (get a longer bar for hip contractures). There will be no pressure on the patellae, and you can start to try to gain range. One study gained 3° a week! If you need more than 30° of abduction, order a longer bar and the rotational foot plates so you can align the hind foot with the tibia.

For the final touch, order the water-resistant covers. These look great, but also offer an additional level of cleanliness, as you can swap them out and wash them between users.

— Ginny Paleg, PT, DScPT, MPT

  • (800) 827-8263

Invacare Corporation

Tracer EX2

Tracer EX2

The true dual-axle position on the Tracer EX2 wheelchair allows for repositioning the 24" rear wheels and the 8" casters for adult and hemi seat-to-floor heights. Offset permanent arms provide full seat width up to 20" with a permanent arm and a hemi-spaced footrest. The Tracer EX2 also offers a full line of accessories to meet individual users’ specific needs.

  • (800) 333-6900

Access4U

Modular Ramp

Modular Ramp

This ramp line can be configured specifically for each consumer’s home and has ADA-compliant features built in. Ramps have a grooved walking surface and handrails. Custom widths and platforms are available, and the ramp is easily removed and reinstalled at a new location. Ramps are made of aluminum with welded construction and never require painting or maintenance. Sizes run from 2' to 8', but custom sizes are also available.

  • (800) 355-7025



WHILL

Model Ci

Model Ci

The newest vehicle from WHILL is the Model Ci, which quickly disassembles into three lightweight components for easy transport. Model Ci includes Bluetooth and mobile data connectivity, and has a range of up to 10 minutes with a top speed of 5 mph. Thanks to two powerful motors, a compact size and the manufacturer’s patented Omni wheels, Model Ci is able to maneuver nimbly in tight spaces inside while also handling outdoor terrains.

  • (844) 699-4455

Ki Mobility

Axiom SP Visco Cushion

Axiom SP Visco

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2018:

The Axiom SP Visco (pictured) and SP Fluid, both coded as E2607/8, are available in sizes from 14x14" to 22x20".

Feedback from my customers has been overwhelmingly positive. Sometimes it’s difficult to judge the effectiveness of a seating interface; however, the follow-up comments I received were all good.

— Ralph Booker, ATP, CRTS, National Seating & Mobility

  • (800) 981-1540

Stealth Products

i-Drive Control System

Designed around a proprietary Central Processing Unit and Advanced Programming Software, i-Drive’s combination of hardware and software brings state-of-the-art technology to the alternative drive control segment. Real-time feedback provides smoother control and improved driving efficiency to build confidence, even in new drivers or those with limited functional ability. Interaction between driver and system occurs in real time thanks to the i-Drive CPU, which works at a frequency of 150 kHz. Add Stealth’s positioning components to build the optimal seating and driving system for each pediatric client.

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2018:

I like the new Stealth i-Drive specialty control module. It is basically a newer type of electronic interface device that allows you to set up, connect and program specialty drive and switch controls on complex, high-end power wheelchairs for people that lack the ability to drive with a traditional hand control joystick set-up.

With this new technology, the users can access input devices that will allow them to drive and use power seating functions through alternative switch access. We have been using a lot of knee abductor-mounted switches for our ALS [clients] and have had some successful outcomes.

— Frank Lane, ATP, CRTS, National Seating & Mobility

  • (800) 965-9229

Complex Rehab Supplies

Proximity Closures

Proximity Closures

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2018:

These innovative magnetic buckles have opened up a whole new word for the end user and caregiver.

These buckles are brilliantly designed to be super easy to open and to close for so many individuals with limited hand function,who previously had to forgo strapping due to the compromised independence they incurred.

[President] Ken Keim has also kept cost within necessary limits to allow for constraints of funding. I think this new product is the best thing since sliced bread!

— Mala Aaronson, OT, ATP, CRTS, National Seating & Mobility

  • (708) 671-8955

Stealth Products

Ultra Head Support

Ultra Head Support

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2018:

This head support has been around for a while, but it is one of my favorites! Its modular support provides occipital, suboccipital, and lateral head support to achieve and maintain neck alignment. I can even swap out a lateral pad with a switch to access an assistive technology device!

— Michelle L. Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS

  • (800) 965-9229

Yamaha Motor Corp. USA

NaviONE Power Assist

NaviONE Power Assist

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2018:

I looked at the power add-on wheels from Yamaha, the NaviONE. It does have some features that make it unique. The NaviONE has a system that controls all the components as one, where one wheel communicates with the other for more precise control and operation. They can also be set up for hemi propellers and users with uneven arm strength.

It has two different battery options, nickel and lithium, with the lithium battery’s expected range around 22 miles. It also has some built-in features for rollback prevention, downhill speed control, uphill assist, and side slope stability. The installation looks fairly straightforward to fit a variety of frames.

— Rick Graver, ATP, Medtech Services Inc.

  • (714) 229-7959

Aquila Corp.

SofTech Basic

SofTech Basic

Two groups of air bladders inflate, then slowly deflate in this alternating cushion to stimulate circulation and relieve pressure to skin and underlying tissues. The SofTech Basic cycles every 60 seconds and runs for more than 25 hours per charge. The system is contained inside the cushion, so nothing needs to be mounted on the chair. Operation is easy: just a single power switch. The cushion is available in 16x16", 18x18" and 20x20" widths/depths.

  • (866) 782-9658

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