Mobility users looking for lift equipment that will better match their homes now have five new colors of inclined platform lifts available from Lewisbury, Pa-headquartered Butler Mobility Products.
A 1-day seminar is being offered to help raise awareness about specialty products available to help people who are challenged with gait, balance, vision, hearing, and a variety of other deficits.
A reference work that has helped clinicians understand the nuts and bolts of joint mobilization has been updated and includes accompanying video reference assets.
Bolingbrook, Ill-based Advantage Medical recently announced it will add the Richmar LidoFlex Pain Relief patch to its product lineup once the patch launches in the fourth quarter of this year.
The R-net multi-module control system made by Curtiss-Wright for rehab-type power chairs is set to expand its functionality with the launch of Bluetooth Module for iDevices, a Bluetooth-based communications module designed to enable wheelchair users to control their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using any of PG Drives Technology’s R-net Input Devices.
Firefly, based in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, has rolled out the Playpak, a product for therapeutic use that is designed to be fun and can be used in the home or while traveling. Playpak is contained in a lightweight bag that can be unzipped to reveal a colorful floor mat, rolls, wedges, and supports that stick together in a wide variety of configurations.
A new resource titled, “Positive Options for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS): Self-Help and Treatment,” is now available that provides the latest in pain advancements that speak to CRPS patients and their caregivers.
Phoenix-based electronic medical record software manufacturer WebPT announces it has acquired WebOutcomes, described as an online outcomes tracking tool that aims to allow physical and occupation therapists to enhance patient care and objectively demonstrate their clinical performance to insurance carriers and referral sources.
Biodex Medical Systems Inc has joined with Concussion Health to create a partnership in which education and balance assessment are used to follow best practices in the management of concussion.
BioElectronics Corporation, Frederick, Md, released updated results of its “Try It and Tell Us” 7-day ActiPatch sample program. The data includes responses from 856 consumers suffering from chronic pain caused by a number of musculoskeletal conditions.