Complex rehab technology products and services include medically necessary, individually configured manual and power wheelchair systems, adaptive seating systems, alternative positioning systems, and other mobility devices that require evaluation, fitting, configuration, adjustment, or programming.
These products and services are designed to meet the specific and unique medical and functional needs of an individual with a primary diagnoses resulting from a congenital disorder, progressive or degenerative neuromuscular disease, or from an injury or trauma.
The primary diagnoses that can require complex rehab technology include, but are not limited to, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, osteogenesis imperfecta, arthrogryposis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis, demyelinating diseases, myelopathy, progressive muscular atrophy, anterior horn cell diseases, post-polio paralysis, cerebellar degeneration, dystonia, Huntington’s chorea, spinocerebellar disease, amputation, paralysis or paresis, or any other disability or disease that may require the use of such individually configured products and services.
One of our highly qualified assistive technology professional (ATP) works collectively with your physician and an occupational therapist and/or physical therapist to both identify and meet your mobility needs.
An ATP is a certified individual who has demonstrated competence in analyzing the needs of consumers with disabilities, assisting in the selection of appropriate assistive technology for the consumer’s needs, and providing training in the use of the selected device(s).
To learn more about the ATP credential, visit the RESNA