ROHO’s removable back systems have durable hardware with unique interlocking teeth that do not slip under load. Fully adjustable to meet the user’s positioning needs. AIR FLOATATION™ Technology inside can be adjusted for personalized comfort.
A team of neurobiologists is currently working with a robotic hand equipped with sensors engineered to send electrical signals to electrodes implanted in the brain to approach the same response to touch as a real hand.
ATG Rehab specializes in customized wheelchairs and seating equipment for individuals living with disabilities. ATG's Order Assist feature offers status updates On-Line 24/7, or by Email or TEXT Messaging – Enroll Here — www.atgrehab.com
OPTP Posture Balls are ideal for self-massage in hard-to-reach areas and posture-correcting exercise. They retain their shape and are easy to clean between users. Compare OPTP’s professional pricing on Posture Balls to similar products elsewhere.
The 1-day June 7 conference, co-sponsored by Boston University's Health & Disability Research Institute and the APTA, targets the need to develop system skills as a critical component of physical therapy practice.
Together, ReDoc Software and Focus on Therapeutic Outcomes Inc (FOTO) have announced the full integration of their products, offering users accessibility to FOTO's functionality and reports directly through ReDoc.
A balance tool that can be used in a variety of ways, including rehabilitation of stroke, ACL/Total Knee perturbation treatment, and in therapy for vestibular and vertigo patients, is available through Patterson Medical.
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