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John Reck PT, MPT, ATP/ SMS

Director of Assistive Technology Matheny Medical and Educational Center Gladstone, NJ “The seating Dynamics Rocker Back product has been highly effective and durable intervention for our wheelchair users with complex medical issues such as spasticity, severe extensor tone, severe self-stimulatory rocking behaviors, and history of pain and sitting intolerance.”

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Joe McKnight

Retired RN, ATP/SMS, and Paramedic “Now, in my 60’s, as a retired RN, ATP/SMS, and Paramedic, with a few hundred chairs dispensed, I’m lucky to work with Greg, his team and Michelle for some years.  We started in the Kids Up days and understood that movement was a vital, noble and normal component of humanity.…

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Elaine T. Lu PT, MHEd, ATP

Salt Lake City, UT “The advantages to our clients who require this technology include decreased agitation, injury while in a wheelchair, loss of position in relation to the seating surfaces, active extension, and fatigue. Dynamic Seating also increases the client’s tolerance to sitting in the wheelchair. This intervention improves vestibular input, active range of motion,…

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Arthur, Henry’s Dad

Portland, OR “Again, I can’t thank you enough for speaking with me, managing Henry’s care/needs can be overwhelming at times and having you understand how complicated these things can be while actually doing something to help improve the quality of care/life for people with CP was very refreshing.”

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Mark R. Schmeler, PhD, OTR/L, ATP

Associate Professor / Vice-Chair for Education & Training Dept. Rehabilitation Science & Technology University of Pittsburgh “Dynamic backs are essential to accommodate people with severe tone and spasticity. They are also essential to accommodate people with severe cognitive and behavioral issues who tend to rock / thrash themselves against their backrest.”

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Lauren Hunter, OT

Linds Rehab Hallam, Victoria, Australia “Dynamic hardware is an essential component of the wheelchair for Dyllie to optimize function and represent who he is as a full-time wheelchair user.”

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