Seating & Positioning


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Positioning Priorities

When seating must achieve so many goals, how do you choose what's most important?

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Positioning Priorities: An ATP Supplier's Perspective

Brian Perkowski, CRTS, ATP, explains how he prioritizes many different seating goals.

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Educational Resources

Tilt: When, Why & How Much?

Posterior, Anterior, Lateral: Understanding the Many Functional Uses for Power Tilt

Combining posterior, anterior and lateral tilt can facilitate improved functionality for clients.

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CRT Technology Showcase

Fuze T50n: PDG Mobility Improves Upon a Classic

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The Land of the Quarter-Inch

Clients with Duchenne md often resist change. Here's how to introduce successful drive control options.

The location of the power chair driving controls can be a key to success.

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CRT Technology Showcase

Quokka Car Seat: Specialized Positioning for Kids in Casts

Quantum Rehab Announces New Q Roll Models

Contest winners were awarded ambassador contracts and power chairs featuring iLevel technology.



Quantum Rehab Searches for “Roll Models” to Promote iLevel

Contest to find new ambassadors runs till the end of July.

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LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION: Power Wheelchair Positioning Options

Power Wheelchair Manufacturers Are Offering More Positioning Options than Ever Before

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The Mathematics of Tilt & Weight Shifting

Determining the beneficial ranges of tilt — and how to communicate that information to clients.

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Stability at the Core

Why Stabilizing the Midsection Can Improve Mobility & Function

What role does core stability play in optimizing power or manual wheelchair users' function?

Quantum Rehab iLevel Celebrates 25K Milestone

Power seat elevation system reaches new production heights.

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The Complexity of E1161

The manual adult tilt wheelchair code seems simple. It's anything but.