Butler Mobility Products, based in Lewisberry, Pa, has given its IPL platform a design makeover to replace the industrial look associated with its previous design.
Several new products directed at the long-term rehab arena have recently become available from Port Washington, NY-based Drive Medical, according to a release from the company.
Making recommendations for in-home transfer devices requires careful consideration of patient needs and technology options.
A power lift engineered to handle and ease most common transfer situations is available through Invacare Homecare.
101 Mobility, Wilmington, NC, an installation provider of various brands of mobility equipment, has announced the opening of its first California 101 Mobility franchise.
Emphasis on training and equipment helps lift services achieve safety goals.
Prism Medical Ltd has forged a distribution agreement with online e-commerce company Rehabmart.com to market its M-Series Mobile Patient Lifts.
New technology targeting gait training and safety for therapists and patients is available through Bioness Inc.
A well-planned transition after serious injury empowers both patients and families to achieve independence in the home.
Adaptive equipment and programs that evaluate driver safety help older drivers remain mobile and independent.