New Mobility asked thought leaders in technology, transportation, culture, community and function research to share their big ideas for making the world a better place for wheelchair users. Here's what they said.
Everything we knew about rehab and research is being turned on its head.
Coming Home: Surviving Modern Rehab. Combining Epistim and Activity-Based Therapy Holds Promise for Walking. They Went How Fast in a Handcycle? Pulling Back the Curtain on 'The Curious Case of Charles Krauthammer.' Where to Turn When Wounds Won't Heal.
Edie Perkins and Ashton Fritz both survived traumatic spinal cord injuries in the last 18 months, but their journeys to and through rehab couldn’t have been more different. Sam Maddox shares their stories and writes about the tough decisions and often harsh realities facing the newest members of the SCI club.
People with complete injuries are independently taking steps with epistim-activity based therapy.
Six months after flap surgery, my journey toward a new day is almost realized.
Our health care complex can be a swirling black hole, but there is good news.
New research shows the technology's potential to treat chronic hypotension
New Mobility's 2017 People of the Year. How the Tax Overhaul Could Affect the Disability Community. Personal Mobility: Leaning Into the Ogo. Research Matters: Stem Cell Reality Check. The SAM Car: Driving Into Our Future.
The movie Breathe reminded Sheri Denkensohn-Trott of her own experiences using a vent.