EXETER, Penn. (February 9, 2017)—Quantum Rehab is pleased to announce its theme for the 2017 International Seating Symposium (ISS) as, “To Be as Independent as Possible,” showcasing its consumer-inspired, independence-based complex rehab technologies.
“The evolution of our complex rehab technology has been fueled by consumers and their wishes for increased independence,” explains Megan Kutch, Quantum’s Director of Marketing. “Now in our seventeenth year, we’re proud to have evolved a product line of power bases, seating and electronics that are supporting consumers pursuing the highest levels of independence.”
As will be showcased at ISS, the results of Quantum’s consumer focus are seen in its exclusive technologies. The Q6 Edge 2.0 power base offers optimal performance, from in the home to in the community, right down to integrated lighting. iLevel seat elevation, with patented Extra Stability Technology, offers walking-height environmental independence and social inclusion. Q-Logic 3 Advanced Drive Controls offer unequaled ease of set-up, customization, and environmental controls such as built-in Bluetooth.
“To have so many independence-based technologies in one complex rehab power chair is truly life-inspiring, as a consumer recently shared,” says Kutch. “We’re listening to consumers and are excited to not just show our products at ISS, but also share our mission toward delivering the complex rehab technologies that allow consumers to be as independent as possible.”
The 2017 International Seating Symposium is March 2–4, at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee. Please visit Quantum Rehab at ISS Booth 224.You can view a video of Quantum’s independence-based power chair technologies by clicking here.
Visit quantumrehab.com for more information.