Quantum Rehab Blogs

Clinically Speaking Resources

  • Clinical Adaptability and Versatility of i-Drive Alternative Control System
    By: Heather Price, OTR, ATP/SMS, Stealth Products Regional Manager – Central South Region

  • When people think of the Stealth Products® i-Drive® System, often an image of a head array is what comes to mind. While the head array is one option in the i-Drive product line, it also supports many other alternative drive control options. Read More

  • Home is Where You Make it
    By: Joseph “J.B.” Radabaugh, CTRS, ATP/SMS, Clinical Education Manager

  • The home assessment is an integral part of the complex rehabilitation equipment recommendation and assessment process. It can give you more information about where the client it planning to use the equipment and how they want to use it. Read More

  • Considerations for Power Wheelchairs
    By: Alexandra “Alex” Chesney, OTR, ATP/SMS, Quantum Rehab Clinical Sales Manager – Midwest South Region

  • It’s hard knowing what your options are when coming to the conclusion that your client needs a power mobility device to be the most independent. Many times, while working in the hospital, I find myself at a crossroads of manual mobility vs. power mobility. Read More

  • Interactive Assist to the Rescue
    By: Joseph “J.B.” Radabaugh, CTRS, ATP/SMS, Clinical Education Manager

  • If you have worked with team members from Quantum Rehab in the last year, you might have heard of Interactive Assist. What is Interactive Assist? More importantly, what can it do and how can it benefit my clients and myself? Read More

  • Clinical Adaptability and Accessibility Options for Head Array Controls
    By: Wade Lucas, PT, DPT, ATP/SMS, Clinical Education Manager

  • Head array power wheelchair drive controls are common chosen methods of controlling a power wheelchair when a joystick is not an option. This is due to several different reasons. Read More

  • Saving the Day: Programming Parameters
    By: Joseph “J.B.” Radabaugh, CTRS, ATP/SMS, Quantum Clinical Education Manager

  • We have moved from a social environment where we are worried of losing our work to one where simply locating a needed file is a big challenge. Our storage capacities have increased so much that we rarely worry about storage space when saving work on a computer. This change in technology presents the question: What are the best options to save, store, and locate previous programming parameters for specific patients when there are so many of them to manage? Read More

  • Power Wheelchair & Bluetooth Capabilities: What This Technology Can Provide
    By: Jay Doherty, OTR, ATP/SMS

  • Bluetooth® is a technology that anyone in the complex rehab technology industry should become familiar and comfortable with. Its role in the CRT field is growing constantly. Bluetooth offers opportunities like providing consumers with access to technology outside of their power wheelchair, using their drive control for access. Bluetooth is also giving clinicians and ATPs the ability to program a power wheelchair remotely, which has significant advantages from an efficiency standpoint. Read More