The World Health Organization predicts that more than 2 billion individuals will need at least one assistive device by the year 2030, with many requiring two or more. Many individuals can benefit from the use of today’s innovative devices to allow them to increase mobility; rehabilitate from injuries, surgery, or illness; remain in their own homes; and increase independence.
A true fan of her professional football hero, Denver Broncos Quarterback Peyton Manning, Renee Whisner proudly displays a photo of Manning which she keeps nearby always for inspiration. In fact, she is so devoted to Manning and his never-give-up, resourceful, winning attitude, Renee named her toy poodle Peyton Omaha in honor of Manning and one of his key play calls. … Read More
NEW YORK — Adrienne is walking today because she refused to let a T-4 level spinal cord injury in 2016 keep her down. She says she simply made it her mission to walk again, which she does today with the assistance of a walker. And, when her insurance maxed out and out of pocket costs limited her outpatient physical therapy … Read More
I want to introduce a product to you that has so many benefits it is difficult to describe them all in a short blog. If you haven’t seen a MOTOmed before, take a look at the machine I am using in the photo. I will relate my personal story using the MOTOmed to help you recognize how it will be … Read More