Microclimate matters. The heat and moisture levels in seating impact our clients’ pain, skin health and well-being. This month’s short blog article features a case story on how resolving on microclimate can result in better client outcomes.
A little known secret about why pediatric therapists like working with children so much is because we get to continue to play on a daily basis and get paid for it. However, in an instant you can go from feeling like Peter Pan to realizing just how old you really are when a former client comes back into clinic to have his or her chair adjusted or replaced to meet growth needs.
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