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Are We Over-Prescribing Custom Contoured Seating?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have been a practicing therapist in the field of Seating & Wheeled Mobility for 33 years. In the last decade I have seen a...

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Progressive Neurological Disorders: Wheelchair Seating Considerations for the Initial Therapy Evaluation

Part 2 in our series about Progressive Neurological Disorders. See Part 1

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Wheelchair Seating Considerations: Progressive Neurological Disorders

Part 1 in our series about Progressive Neurological Disorders.

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Wheelchair Positioning Misconception: Always Strive for 90-90-90

To continue our discussion on misconceptions of wheelchair positioning in the LTC setting, I want to focus on a common positioning myth. It goes hand...

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Why K0001/K0002 Chairs are NOT the Economical Choice in Long Term Care

In last week’s blog we acknowledged how exhausting working in LTC settings can be due to all the hats a LTC therapist must wear. We are expected to be...

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Wound Care: Controlling Microclimate

Controlling MICROCLIMATE is very important in the prevention and during the healing phase of a wound. Now that we understand how it is created, we can...

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Wound Care: Why Microclimate is so Dangerous

The last extrinsic factor that is CRUCIAL to understand in our fight against wound development in seating and positioning is MICROCLIMATE. (Read last...

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Wound Care: How To Fight Shear

I discussed the definition of SHEAR in last week’s blog.

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Wound Care: Understanding Shear

We are making progress in learning about the extrinsic factors that cause wound development. We tackled prolonged pressure but now we have to move onto...

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Staging Wounds: Pressure Ulcer vs Pressure Injury

On April 13th 2016 the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) announced a change in terminology from pressure ulcer to pressure injury. This...

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