Many clients using wheelchair seating have increased muscle tone. This can lead to active extension, particularly at the hips, knees, and neck.
Dynamic seating has many potential applications. Dynamic components absorb and diffuse force, protecting the wheelchair user from injury caused by sustained and/or repeated forces and reducing damage to the seating system and wheelchair.
Definitions and terminology may not seem very exciting but are very important. It is critical that we each know exactly what assistive technology or intervention is being recommended or used. In this video, Michelle Lange presents a definition and explains What is Dynamic Seating?
You can’t get that funded! If the client can move, they will just extend more! Or they will move out of position! And, there isn’t any evidence that this intervention is beneficial. Are these facts or myths? Michelle Lange presented this Numotion webinar on July 21, 2020 and busted these myths!
Michelle L. Lange presented, Dynamic Seating: Who Can Benefit from This Technology? care of NRRTS on February 27, 2020. Watch on demand and earn CEUs now.
Therapist Michelle Lange presented, Dynamic Seating: a series of case studies, as a Numotion webinar on 4/23/19.
Earn CEUs and/or Watch Now. You’ve positioned the client. You’ve tried every head support available. And yet your client spends most of their time looking at their lap. This seminar will discuss various strategies to optimize head position.
Watch on demand, Dynamic Seating: protecting both client and equipment from harm, as presented by Michelle L. Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS for Numotion on 8/21/18.