Technology doesn’t sit still for long in the power mobility and standing system arena. An ongoing evolution has brought several key improvements to the user’s experience, and expanded the level of function.
The Tour, a mobility aid introduced to the market recently by Franklin, Wis-based Motivo, is designed to allow users to walk upright inside the device with the aim of reducing fatigue, improving posture, and allowing greater stability.
Technology options have never been better for tailoring power wheelchairs to be fun and functional.
Explore the latest features built into leading edge products and engineered to maximize seating performance and comfort.
Customization is key to unlocking maximized function for each wheelchair user’s unique needs.
A versatile array of options helps form the foundation for independence and guides users toward optimized function.
To ease travel to locales that include beaches and national parks, Convaid has unveiled an all-terrain package for its Cruiser wheelchair.
Sunrise Medical has announced its newest product donation recipients of the Propel Donation Program, intended to provide assistance to end users who may not have access to complex rehab products and technology.
Out-Front recently spotlighted its new suspension fork, designed to smooth wheelchair users' ride by maximizing vibration dampening and minimizing vibration transfer to the user's body.
A scooter lift featuring a streamlined platform and design intended to accommodate compact cars is available through Harmar.
As part of a holiday season "Make-A-Wish" contest, Bruno Independent Living Aids announces that it is donating a "Joey" platform lift to Sam Wedig, a baseball fan aged 10 years with cerebral palsy (CP).
Stealth Products markets a crash tested, mobility and seating solution for active pediatric users on the go.
Activeaid Inc recently introduced the next additions to its Evolution Series Rehab Shower/Commode Chairs.
A wall-mount, fold-up wheelchair scale engineered to offer storage and ease of use is now available through DETECTO.
The Hippocampe wheelchair, marketed by VIPAMAT, offers users accessories engineered to ease ventures into the snow.
Advances in design and materials are providing the market some of the most exciting solutions ever for mobility users. This showcase of products offered by manufacturers nationwide will help clinicians understand what’s available for end users.
Understanding pressure mapping system components and the hidden insights they provide helps clinicians form a more comprehensive response to seating and mobility needs.
In a clinical study, participants with paralysis were reportedly able to use a tongue-controlled technology to access computers and executive commands for their wheelchairs at speeds faster than those recorded in sip-and-puff wheelchairs.
New updates to the redesigned X3 LX100 Sensor Series from XSENSOR aim to meet the increasing requirements of clinicians and researchers.