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Ki Mobility software lets ATPs take clients with them

September 30, 2020Tracy Orzel

STEVENS POINT, Wis. - When wheelchair manufacturers create a new product, it's not uncommon for them to give a few samples to get feedback. With Ki Mobility's new Complex Rehab Systems (CRS) platform, they worked directly with National Seating & Mobility's ATP for four years before launching. “In a software product, we need beta testers," said Doug Munsey, president. “We want to know what someone who didn't design it, what they want to do with it, how they want to use it. There's a variety...

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NSM gets exclusive access to measurement tool

July 29, 2020HME News Staff

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - National Seating & Mobility has secured exclusive access to Complex Rehab Systems, a platform developed by Ki Mobility in collaboration with the company's ATPs. The CRS platform enhances measurement precision, accommodates collaborative chair customization, and supports order facilitation and approvals. “We are leveraging our partnerships with industry experts to bring advanced technology to the market and improve outcomes for those we serve,” said Bill Mixon, CEO of...

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Business Development

Mobility powers up

July 3, 2019John Andrews

As the mobility market becomes more technologically advanced and product demand continues to grow with the aging baby boomer generation, the outlook for wheelchair and scooter sales is that it will remain a strong category, offering HME providers a range of opportunities.Brad Peterson, vice president of professional affairs and clinical education for Invacare, says the Elyria, Ohio-based manufacturer is “heavily focused on GP3 power mobility” and that he sees “continued robust demand...

Invacare, Ki Mobility, mobility, scooters, sunrise medical, wheelchairs


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Ki Mobility solidifies presence in Canada

February 22, 2019Liz Beaulieu, Editor

STEVENS POINT, Wis. - Ki Mobility's acquisition of NuVision Rehab Group and Western Home Medical, both in Calgary, allows the company to warehouse and distribute its products directly in and from Canada.As a result of the acquisition, Ki Mobility, which manufactures seating and mobility products and serves as the North American distributor for Leckey, has also launched a new division, Ki Mobility Canada LTD.“We're doing that very sporadically right now,” said Doug Munsey, president of...

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Ki Mobility forms Canadian division

January 15, 2019HME News Staff

STEVENS POINT, Wis. - Ki Mobility, a manufacturer of ultra-light manual wheelchairs and complex rehab seating and the North American distributor for Leckey, has acquired NuVision Rehab Group and Western Home Medical in Canada. The acquisition creates Ki Mobility Canada LTD. NuVision Rehab Group represents rehab, mobility and home accessibility manufacturers from around the world. Its sales team, led by Rick Nori, has been representing Ki Mobility for the last four years and has been a vital part...

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Ki Mobility packs one-two punch

January 19, 2018Liz Beaulieu, Editor

STEVENS POINT, Wis. - In less than a year, Ki Mobility has gone from no direct presence in the seating market, to covering two of three product categories.Ki Mobility announced last week that it has acquired the custom seating business of Burnet, Texas-based Stealth Products and is transitioning the business to its headquarters, here, to streamline ordering and improve delivery time.“More and more customers are looking to get their seating and wheelchair from the same supplier,” said...

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Ki Mobility expands custom seating business

January 18, 2018HME News Staff

STEVENS POINT, Wis., and BURNET, Texas - Ki Mobility has acquired the custom seating business of Stealth Products, the two companies announced Jan. 17.The deal follows an outcry from customers over Stealth Products' decision in late 2017 to discontinue its custom seating business, according to a press release.“We felt this acquisition was a great solution for both of our customer bases," said Lorenzo Romero, president of Stealth Products, which has worked with Ki Mobility over the years...

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Ki Mobility inks distribution deal with Leckey

November 3, 2017HME News Staff

STEVENS POINT, Wis., and LISBURN, U.K. - Ki Mobility, a manufacturer of pediatric and adult seating and mobility products, will be the exclusive distributor of Leckey products in North America. Leckey's most popular products include the Squiggle Seat & Stander, Mygo Seat & Stander, PAL classroom seat, Everyday Activity Seat and Advance Bath Chair. “The products we will be distributing complement our innovative pediatric line and will allow us to provide the ATP with even more pediatric choices”...

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News

In brief: Home mods committee goes nationwide, Invacare CFO resigns

November 3, 2017HME News Staff

WATERLOO, Iowa - The Midwest Association for Medical Equipment Services has expanded its Home Modification Accessibility Committee to include companies nationwide. MAMES says expanding HMAC will help to develop a consistent voice to address issues in the home accessibility market on a national and state level. A key priority for the newly expanded committee: moving H.R. 1780, the Senior Housing Act, forward. “It's been nearly a year since H.R. 1780 was introduced into Congress and with a unified...

BOC, insulet, Invacare, Ki Mobility, MAMES, Rehab Medical


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In brief: AAH launches PR campaign, Pride updates MAP Policy

August 26, 2016HME News Staff

WASHINGTON - AAHomecare has partnered with DCI Group, a public relations firm, to help move bid relief legislation forward. With DCI's help, the association hopes to highlight the effect of the latest round of Medicare cuts on beneficiaries and providers in rural areas and deliver those messages directly to Congress. “The dozens of stories we've received thus far have greatly aided in these efforts,” AAHomecare stated in a release. “However, more stories will help us make an even...

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