Welcome to Wheelchair Seating ServiceColtman Drives Independence for Persons with ALS
September 26, 2018
By Gabrielle de Coster
“I am the old man in the wheelchair world,” jokes Brian Coltman, ATP/SMS, CRTS, who is the mobility specialist for the University of Michigan Multidisciplinary ALS Clinic.
The “wheelchair world” is the seating and mobility industry, where Coltman said he has catered to patients with complex rehabilitation equipment needs for 38 years. For individuals with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, walkers and wheelchairs can help individuals conserve energy and retain mobility.
Dr. Goutman and Coltman took part in an ALS Association Facebook Live event on September 6, during which they detailed how power wheelchairs can be modified to suit the needs of each individual patient. Watch the replay.
“It makes a tremendous difference in people’s lives: keeping them healthy and extending their quality of life for the greatest period of time I can,” Coltman said.
With over 40 years of experience and the most certified rehabilitation engineers in the State of Michigan, the University of Michigan Health System Wheelchair Seating Service is the leading provider of custom mobility products in the area.
From the initial evaluation to service after delivery, our priority is to provide the very best mobility product for each of our patients.
As you look through our web pages our high level of service and compassionate care becomes apparent. Our service offerings are considered premium but the cost is not. Our cost is close to or below what other wheelchair providers charge.
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