Five months recording, three months editing and post-producing, one GoPro 3 + Black edition, seven different camera positions, mounted on a Power Wheelchair and myself. Continue Reading »
Articles Tagged: Wheelchairs
WALLA WALLA, Wash. — Harvesting a pair of pheasants could be considered a success for any hunter.
But for 45-year-old Troy Bird, those two kills represented something much more.
“What he gets out of it is just getting outside,” Bird’s friend and hunting partner Paul Roskelly said. “Also, going and getting his own food. It makes him feel like he’s contributing to taking care of himself.”
Bird, who was injured in a rock climbing accident at age 16, is a quadriplegic. Continue Reading »
With simplistic beauty and revolutionary technology, WHILL provides mobility in a versatile, stylish, and unobtrusive way. Be seen for who you truly are while traveling anywhere you desire. Continue Reading »
Track Chair Ripchair 3.0 The Ultimate Tracked Chair For Sale
Developed by Howe and Howe Technologies, Ripchair 3.0 is the ultimate off road chair. It’s the only off road setup that accepts your existing chair. Essentially, Ripchair is the ultimate powerchair upgrade. Each Ripchair is completely customizable, from hand controls to extras such as cup holders, gun racks, fishing rod holders and storage compartments.
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VIRGINIA BEACH Bill Fertig struggled with beach vacations for years. A motorcycle wreck 14 years ago left him a paraplegic. On a trip to Nags Head one summer, Fertig relied on a cumbersome wheelchair that even the strongest member of his family could barely push through the sand.
Fertig stayed back at the house so he wouldn’t be a burden while everyone played near the water.
Frustration fueled his desire to invent a new, lightweight, manageable sand wheelchair. Continue Reading »
The inspirational doctor paralyzed from the waist who can still perform surgeries thanks to remarkable stand-up wheelchair
A successful Missouri surgeon has beaten unbelievable odds by returning to the OR after suffering sudden paralysis from the waist down.
Dr. Ted Rummel lost his ability to walk or stand when a blood-filled cyst on his spine burst in 2010. A year of intense rehabilitation later, he was back in the game.
Rummel even overcame the hindrance of sitting as he worked by utilizing an ingenious stand-up wheel chair. Continue Reading »
If you’re a person who uses a wheelchair, it can be a challenge trying to decide what costume to wear for an upcoming Halloween party. But, if you spend some time online, you’ll find plenty of Halloween costumes that you can make yourself without spending a lot of money. Whether the costume is for an adult or a child in a wheelchair, there are a lot of creative suggestions to be considered. Here are some ideas for costumes that involve a wheelchair. In addition, here are several websites with costume suggestions including the materials needed and the steps to follow to successfully create a look that will make you the talk of the party. Continue Reading »
Revised Guidelines from ANSI/RESNA for Safe Wheelchair Securement with Dr. Larry Schneider (UMTRI) Continue Reading »
When Jennifer Sheppard learned that University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Engineering and School of Business students created a motorized wheelchair for 1- to 3-year-olds, she was eager to let her daughter give it a try. Continue Reading »