ISS 2017 Program
 

 


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IC21: The Past, Present and Future of Tilt & Recline

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Past, present and future design of tilt-in-space and recline will be explored with clinical relevance. TS chairs have evolved from a single pivot point to the center of mass design. TS features include: direction, degree of tilt and location of tilt axis on frame, each with clinical rationale for use. The evolution of recline design will be explored. What is shear? How has it historically been addressed? Where is design heading in the 21st century?
This session is supported by a company with reported interest in the sale of Assistive Technology products. The content has been reviewed by ISS personnel and determined to be appropriate for continuing education purposes.

 

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this session, attendees will be able to;

 

Faculty:

K. Missy Ball, MT, PT, ATP
PhysioBall Therapy LLC
Metairie, Louisiana
United States

Missy is a physical therapist and ATP with over 35+ years of experience. She is certified in pediatric NDT with a private pracitce. She has served as Acting Director and Assistant Director of PT Department at Children's Hospital in New Orleans, as well as the co-director of their seating program. She has lectured nationally and internationally on wheeled mobility for 20+ years, and served as educational specialist for Freedom Designs and Convaid.

Stephanie Tanguay, OTR, ATP
Royal Oak, Michigan
United States

Stephanie Tanguay began her career as an Occupational Therapist with a decade of experience in spinal cord injury and seating & mobility. She also worked as a Rehab Technology Supplier for seven years. She has presented on numerous occasions at ISS, RESNA, CSMC, and ESS and throughout North America. Since 2006 Stephanie has been the Clinical Education Specialist for Motion Concepts, a manufacturer of power seating systems and seat surface and back support products.

Greg Peek
Seating Dynamics - Owner
Englewood, Colorado

 

References:

    1. Yang, T., Hutchinson, S., Rice, L., Watkin, K., & Jan, Y. (2013). Development of a Scalable Monitoring System for Wheelchair Tilt-in-Space United Statesge. International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 1(4), 129. Doi:10.4172/jpmr.1000129.
    2. Jan, Y., Liao, F., Jones, M., Rice, L., & Tisdell, T. (2013). Effect of Durations of Wheelchair Tilt-in-Space and Recline on Skin Perfusion over the Ischial Tuberosity in People with Spinal Cord Injury. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 94(4), 667-672.
    3. Dicianno, B., Lieberman, J., Schmeler, M., et al. (2015). RESNA Position Paper on The Application of Tilt, Recline, and Elevating Legrests for wheelchairs. Literature update. Approved by RESNA Board of Directors.



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