Dynamic Seating: Providing Movement for Clinical Benefit was published on the Posture & Mobility Group Journal on 4/22/2022. This article defines Dynamic Seating and elaborates on Clinical Benefits using a series of short case studies.
Seating Dynamics Owner and Engineer, Greg Peek, is featured for his work as a veteran in wheelchair seating in the December 2021 issue of NRRTS Directions covering the history of CRT and Manual and Power Wheelchairs.
This case study, published in the Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology Journal Vol 16. Issue 8, follows a single participant with cerebral palsy through 15 years of wheelchair seating interventions.
This RESNA Position Paper was approved by the Board of Directors in November of 2020. This Position Paper has now been published in the Taylor & Frances Assistive Technology Journal as of September 2021.
Michelle L. Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS – NRRTS Directions
This article will summarize current research related to pain in people using wheelchairs.
Suzanne Payne Eason, OT/L – NRRTS Directions
Movement in a seating system and mobility device is essential for neuroplasticity in the neurologically challenged client. Explore this topic with veteran clinician, Suzanne Payne Eason.
Michelle L. Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS – Exceptional Parent
Lack of movement within a wheelchair leaves a child in a static sitting position for extended periods of time. Learn more about how dynamic seating can help.
Michelle L. Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS – Mobility Management
A survey of 100 was completed to get a sense of the number of professionals using dynamic seating.
Michelle L. Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS
Many wheelchair users have decreased head control and may sit with the head in a suboptimal position. How can Dynamic Seating work to maintain position?
Suzanne Eason, OT/L – NRRTS Directions
This article will discuss the concepts of how & why dynamic components on seating systems and wheelchair frames enhance development via neuroplasticity.