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Movement and Neuroplasticity

Movement in a seating system and mobility device is essential for neuroplasticity in the neurologically challenged client. I have worked with neurologically challenged children and adults for 30 years and have observed the changes in our professional/medical understanding of how the brain develops and copes with these issues and the resultant changes in treatment. Read…

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Dynamic Seating: The Results are In!

Dynamic seating has always been an area of interest for me. Before any specific product options were available, we were trying out different strategies at our seating and mobility clinic to provide some movement, absorb forces and protect equipment. Read more of this article by Michelle L. Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS as published in Mobility…

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Enhancing Development with Dynamic Components

This article will discuss the concepts of how and why dynamic components on seating systems and wheelchair frames enhance a user’s development via neuroplasticity. The case study will focus on the development of an 8-yearold boy with dynamic components on his wheelchair. Future research needs to include other methods of objective data gathering to support…

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Dynamic Seating

According to Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, Yin and Yang are “opposite contrary forces that are actually complementary, interconnected, and interdependent as they interrelate to one another.” “Dynamic” and “static” have these similar properties as we apply them to seating. The definition of “dynamic” is “of or concerned with energy or forces that produce motion,” as…

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