Best Picks

Technology Series

Bright Ideas

ATPs & Clinicians Name Their Assistive Technology Favorites in Our 6th Annual Best Picks Contest

Announcing Mobility Management's sixth annual Best Picks: ATPs and seating & wheeled mobility clinicians talk about the complex rehab technology products that are their go-to favorites.

Going Full Tilt

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Going Full Tilt

As Anterior & Lateral Tilt Become More Widely Available, ATPs & Clinicians Have Positioning Options Beyond Posterior

Posterior tilt is the most common form of tilt, but it isn’t the only one that can be helpful to seating clients. What benefits can anterior and lateral tilt offer?

Optimizing Seating and Mobility Choices for Clients with Profound Cognitive Deficits

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Embrace the Possibilities

Optimizing Seating & Mobility Choices for Clients with Profound Cognitive Deficits

What should seating & wheeled mobility expectations be for clients who present with significant cognitive involvement?


Funding Series

Justify It: K0108

CRT's Miscellaneous Code Can Be a Huge Funding Challenge

Complex rehab technology's miscellaneous HCPCS code covers a wide range of products and can pose enormous challenges to ATPs and funding specialists.

CVA Benefit from Seating & Mobility Intervention

Great Expectations?

Do Clients with CVA Fully Benefit from Seating & Mobility Interventions?

Do clients with cerebrovascular accidents get the same access to complex rehab technology as patients with other mobility-related conditions? PLUS: Poster presentation from APTA CSM.

Gait Training

Pediatric Series

Why We Love Gait Training

Gait Training Benefits Extend Far Beyond the Potential of Functional Ambulation

Is gait training a worthwhile endeavor even if the client never achieves functional ambulation?

Reader Survey

What's on Your Mind?

2016 Mobility Management Reader's Survey

We asked, you answered: Mobility Management readers — ATPs, occupational and physical therapists, funding specialists, executives, repair techs and other professionals tell us what they recommend and provide, what they're excited about and what they want to see more of in the complex rehab technology industry.

Wheelchair Transfers

ATP Series

The Art of the Transfer

Transferring in and out of wheelchairs onto different surfaces is an everyday task, but one vitally important to independence and health.

Automotive Accessibility

Automotive Accessibility Special

Steering Toward a Bright Future

The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) plans for its annual conference and unveils new Quality Assurance Program requirements. PLUS: Looking forward to National Mobility Awareness Month, and Accessibility News.


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Dementia, Seating & Mobility

More Common than Traditionally Thought, Cognitive Impairment Can Challenge Clinicians, ATPs & Clients

Cognitive involvement is among the symptoms for many people who use wheelchairs, but the presentations can vary greatly.

Transverse Myelitis: A Unique Journey

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Transverse Myelitis: A Unique Journey

While transverse myelitis can present with symptoms similar to those of spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis, its path and its prognosis are different.

Head and Neck Positioning

Stability at the Top

The Importance of Fine-Tuning Head and Neck Positioning

Why head and neck positioning are so important to the overall function and success of a seating system.

Tweens Seating & Mobility

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The Challenges (& Fun) of Seating & Mobility for Tweens

They're not little kids any more! Tweenhood is a time for physical, social and emotional changes and growth -- along with challenges for everyone, including their seating & mobility professionals.

Understanding Scoliosis

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Understanding Scoliosis

This Common Condition Among Wheelchair Users Has an Uncommon Ability to Impact Fit & Function

It's a common condition that seating clinicians and ATPs can encounter multiple times a day. But the circumstances, combined with each client’s particular needs, makes working with scoliosis a major challenge.

Accessibility Products

Technology Series

New Horizons

Accessibility Products Can Open Doors for CRT Clients & Offer Retail Revenue for Providers

Complex rehab technology providers are perfectly positioned to expand into the accessibility market. This pictorial has accessibility suggestions and business tips to make it happen.

Scar Tissue

ATP Series

Dealing with Scar Tissue Is a Lifelong Challenge for Seating Professionals

How scar tissue forms, why it is different than healthy tissue, and the impact it has on wheelchair seating decisions.

Weight Extremes

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Going to [Weight] Extremes

Are Wheelchair Users Who Are Over or Under Their Ideal Weights at Greater Pressure Ulcer Risk?

Clients who are significantly under or over their "ideal body weights" can present special challenges for seating & wheeled mobility clinicians and ATPs trying to prevent pressure-induced problems.

Clinicians & ATPs 2015 Best Picks

Clinicians & ATPs 2015 Best Picks

ATPs & Clinicians Highlight Their Seating & Wheeled Mobility Favorites

ATPs and seating & wheeled mobility clinicians highlight and explain their technology choices. PLUS: On the Best Picks program's fifth anniversary, a look back at past winners.


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Bariatrics in Plain Sight

Seating & Mobility with Higher Weight Capacities, Plus Special Considerations for These Clients

Bariatric clients need seating & wheeled mobility options with higher weight capacities -- but those clients also present a range of unique clinical needs and challenges that impact equipment choices.

Alternative Driving Controls

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Justify It: Alternative Driving Controls

Having Driving Options Puts Power Chair Operation Within Reach for More Clients

Alternative access puts power wheelchair operation within reach of more mobility clients than ever before. But that's just one half of the equation. How can ATPs and clinicians document the need for alternative drive controls so funding sources will pay?

Seating Benefits Podcast with Ride Designs