Education in Motion

Education in Motion

Created by clinicians for clinicians, Education in Motion provides the latest information concerning manual chairs, power chairs, and wheelchair seating. Read blogs, articles, and industry resources as well as real life clinical applications and outcomes.

Recent Blog Posts

Weighing the Options of Transporting a Rigid Ultra Lightweight Wheelchair

The ability to get out into the community via a personal vehicle or public transportation with th...

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PODCAST: Getting to Know Your Clients to Improve Seating and Mobility Outcomes

Recently I was interviewed by Laurie Watanabe, Editor of Mobility Management, for a podcast episo...

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Center of Gravity (CoG)

When the rear axle is set correctly for a self-propelling manual wheelchair user, the wheelchair ...

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A Clinical Perspective on Power Seat Elevate

As technology and design continues to develop, wheelchairs and power seat options have also evolv...

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Exploring Early Intervention Adaptive Strollers, Part 1

When parents-to-be are preparing to welcome a child into their lives, there are various vital sup...

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Exploring Early Intervention Adaptive Strollers, Part 2

The primary goal of this post is to provide detailed information on specific equipment and option...

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Resource Updates

Manual Wheelchair Propulsion

Before a wheelchair user starts using a manual wheelchair, these key points of rear wheel positio...

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Power Wheelchair Seat Frame Comparison

After considering the importance of drive wheel position, often the next step in this process is ...

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Comparing Ultra Lightweight Wheelchair Frames

There are difference choices possible in ultra lightweight wheelchair frames – from those t...

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Seating and Mobility Evaluation Form

In order to recommend the most appropriate seating and wheeled mobility equipment for a client, i...

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Power Wheelchair Drive Wheel Position

One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a power wheelchair is the drive wheel...

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Managing Microclimate

Because of their limited mobility and sensation, wheelchair users are at risk for tissue injuries...

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Real Life Stories

Gabriel C.

In 1995, when Gabriel was 11 years old, he sustained a complete spinal cord injury (SCI) at the T3-T4 level as the result of a bicycle accident.

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Meet the Team

Angie Kiger

Angie Kiger - Sunrise Medical USA

M.Ed., CRTS, ATP/SMS - Clinical Strategy & Education Manager

Amy Bjornson

Amy Bjornson - Sunrise Medical Australia

BS, MPT, ATP, SMS - Clinical Education Manager - Asia Pacific

Sheilagh Sherman

Sheilagh Sherman - Sunrise Medical Canada

BA, BHScOT, MHM, OT Reg. (Ont.) - Clinical Education Manager

Mayari Solorzano-Chavez

Mayari Solorzano-Chavez - Sunrise Medical Latin America

PT / ATP - Clinical Educator - Latin America

Linda Bollinger

Linda Bollinger - Sunrise Medical USA

PT / ATP / DPT - Clinical Education Manager

Faith Brown

Faith Brown - Sunrise Medical UK & Éire

OT - Clinical Specialist, Clinical Educator - United Kingdom & Éire

Federico Rizza

Federico Rizza - Sunrise Medical Italy

OT - Clinical & Product Specialist

Devis Trioschi

Devis Trioschi - Sunrise Medical Italy

OT, PT - Clinical & Product Specialist

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