The complex rehab power chair brings new levels of independence.

EXETER, Penn. (August 29, 2017)—Quantum Rehab is pleased to announce that the number of iLevel users has reached over 10,000, and continues growing.

Launched in July 2015, iLevel elevates the seat up to 12 inches, while simultaneously stabilizing the power wheelchair via Extra Stability Technology. It allows full functionality at walking height and speeds up to 3.5 mph for increased independence and social inclusion.

“iLevel continues revolutionizing the way complex rehab power chair users live their lives, and we continue seeing the numbers of users adopting the technology grow,” shares Megan Kutch, director of Quantum Marketing. “The new levels of independence that iLevel brings to performing safe transfers and participating in ADLs is unsurpassed. Hearing the individual stories of how iLevel enhances quality of life and functionality is incredible. We hear the stories of new firsts, such as the little girl that was able to see over the railings at the zoo, the mom who cooked dinner for her family, or the dad that was able to fix his own car and get to work, and understand the remarkable scope of iLevel.”

The success of iLevel is based on consumer demand, as well as payers recognizing the merits of funding independence-based complex rehab technologies like iLevel that distinctly improve lives.

“As we pass the two-year mark with iLevel, third-party payers across the country are covering and providing reimbursement for this feature almost daily,” adds Julie Piriano, vice president of Clinical Education and Rehab Industry Affairs, and compliance officer. “Fortunately for beneficiaries, iLevel’s success proves that funding for power adjustable seat height is being recognized and achieved.”

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