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Global White Paper: A systematic review of the evidence for power standing wheelchairs

Standing as a therapy intervention has been broadly recognized as an effective method providing clinical outcomes and improvement of functions. Power standing wheelchairs offer great means for extending these outcomes to the domestic and community situation, adding additional functionality and also psychosocial outcomes. Permobil, with over 44 years of experience innovating and manufacturing standing power wheelchairs, has published a new white paper examining these benefits thanks to the efforts of a global clinical education and research team. The in-depth report looks at why users should have access to a power standing wheelchair to not only minimize the health risks of sitting, but to improve their overall health, performance of activities of daily living, social interactions, and mental well-being.

To download the white paper, fill out the form found on this page.

Note: Since this entire webinar is discussing a specific product, according to CEU/CCU guidelines, no CEU/CCU education credits can be issued.

Jake Briggs, Vlogger and disability advocate, Permobil F5VS user, Australia
Arne Compernolle, OT, ATP, Clincal and Education Permobil EMEA
Ashley Detterbeck, PT, ATP, SMS, Clinical Education Manager Permobil US
Rachel Fabiniak, PT, PhD, Director of Clinical Education Permobil APAC
Rachel Maher, PT, Clinical Education Specialist Permobil New Zealand
Thomas Halka, MOT, OTR, ATP, Clinical Education Manager Permobil US

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