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Complex Rehab Technology: Always Innovating and Improving
Remember the day when you realized that your new microwave could pop a bag of popcorn in 90 seconds rather than 3 minutes? How about the first time you spoke an address into your cellular phone, hit start, and then a voice spoke to you and told you how to get to your destination?  (I prefer the British accented voice on my phone.) Consistent, steady innovation is what we have all come to expect with modern day technology. Well, innovation is not limited to Apple, GE, and Samsung. No, we expect and see innovation in complex rehab technology as well!

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Posted to Steve Boucher on 7/14/2014 3:05:22 AM | 0 comments

Alternative Drive Controls: Looking at the Possibilities, as Opposed to the Obstacles
Over the years I’ve had numerous unforgettable experiences working with clients, all of which taught me valuable professional and/or life lessons. About 12 years ago, a three year-old little girl with spastic quadriparesis cerebral palsy came to my former facility for a power mobility evaluation. During the family interview her mother stated that she was not sure why the physician had referred her daughter to our clinic, because she knew her daughter did not have the ability to drive a power wheelchair.

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Posted to Angie Kiger on 7/1/2014 4:00:00 PM | 1 comments

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Posted to Angie Kiger on 6/19/2014 7:00:00 PM | 0 comments

4 Simple Seating Modifications That Make a Significant Difference
Are you aware of the many custom modifications that you can make to a foam base in your clinic? All you need is a bit of practice and an electric knife. Here are four alterations that can be completed in a short amount of time to benefit the end user’s seating needs.

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Posted to Steve Boucher on 6/3/2014 5:12:44 PM | 0 comments

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Disclaimer: The contents of this blog are intended to be utilized as a general resource for clinicians and suppliers to then use clinical reasoning skills to determine optimal seating and mobility solutions for individual clients.  Steve and Angie are unable to answer questions from members of the general public including caregivers and end users.  Members of the general public should direct specific questions to their own clinicians, medical, suppliers, or other health care professionals.




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7/6/2014 | Steve
Great article with a nice short & sweet list of references! Keep 'em coming Angie &amp...

6/3/2014 | Connie Montoya

5/1/2014 | John V. Mock
This is a great list Angie...suggest you distribute this to the sales team via email for full vie...

4/7/2014 | Rachel Staats
Can't wait to read your upcoming blog posts!