Recent Blog Posts

Skin Microclimate and Wheelchair Seating, Part 2

If you missed it, check out Part 1 of this blog. Part 1 focused on which factors are involve...

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Skin Microclimate and Wheelchair Seating, Part 1

Clients who use wheelchairs for mobility typically need to sit for long periods daily. This means...

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Taking Control: Ideas for Increasing Success with a Standard Joystick

One of the areas that has evolved greatly over the years has been the way in which a user accesse...

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An overview of ultralight manual wheelchair frame styles

The range of active user ultralight manual wheelchairs currently on the market is formidable. Eac...

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Adjustability in Power Rehab Seating in the Clinic

As a member of a seating and mobility team in Long Island, New York, one of the more frustrating ...

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A Few Words on Spokes

When I shared this month’s EIM spokes topic with a colleague (himself an unapologetic power...

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Resource Updates

Managing Microclimate

The term "microclimate" was coined in the 1950s to describe any climatic condition in a...

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Material Selection in Cushions

Although cushions may look similar in design on the outside, the materials used on the inside can...

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Cushion Properties

This resource explains the technology used in cushions and the clinical application that should b...

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Wheelchair assessment measuring guide

Taking proper and accurate measurements of the client is an essential part of the seating and whe...

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Pelvic & Spinal Postures

This month we have a new resource showing sitting pelvic positions in all anatomical planes and a...

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Powered mobility devices assessment and cognitive impairment: a systematic review

Often, when we evaluate a powered mobility device (PMD) for a child with disabilities, as well as...

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Real Life Stories

Gabriel Copola

In 1995, when Gabriel was 11 years old, he sustained a complete spinal cord injury (SCI) at the T3-T4 level as the result of a bicycle accident.

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Meet the Team

Faith Brown - Sunrise Medical UK & EIRE

Faith Brown - Sunrise Medical UK & EIRE

Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist (OT), Clinical Educator - United Kingdom and Eire

Devis Trioschi - Sunrise Medical Italy

Devis Trioschi - Sunrise Medical Italy

Clinical & Product Specialist – Occupational Therapist (OT) and Physioterapist (PT)

Federico Rizza - Sunrise Medical Italy

Federico Rizza - Sunrise Medical Italy

Clinical & Product specialist - Occupational Therapist (OT)

Matt Eveleigh - Sunrise Medical EU

Matt Eveleigh - Sunrise Medical EU

Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist (OT) - Clinical Education Specialist

Amy Bjornson - Sunrise Medical Australia

Amy Bjornson - Sunrise Medical Australia

BS, MPT, ATP, SMS - Clinical Education Manager - Asia Pacific

Angie Kiger - Sunrise Medical USA

Angie Kiger - Sunrise Medical USA

M.Ed., CTRS, ATP/SMS - Clinical Strategy & Education Manager

Linda Bollinger - Sunrise Medical USA

Linda Bollinger - Sunrise Medical USA

PT / ATP / DPT - Clinical Education Manager

Sheilagh Sherman - Sunrise Medical Canada

Sheilagh Sherman - Sunrise Medical Canada

BA, BHScOT, MHM, OT Reg. (Ont.) - Clinical Educator

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