Back Behind the Wheel | QLI’s Adaptive Driving Programs

November 14, 2022

Driving offers freedom – the ability to go wherever you want, whenever you want. It offers us access to the world – everything from a trip to the corner coffee […]

Bionics: The Ekso and Ambulation After Injury

by Brad Dexter, PT, DPT

January 25, 2022

Following a traumatic injury, whether permanent or temporary, a loss of the ability to walk can be life-altering and is frequently reported as the number one patient goal for rehabilitation. […]

Virtual Meets Reality: Utilizing VR in Rehabilitation

by TeamQLI

November 15, 2021

Exercise assistant Tara Adams leads the way to the QLI East Campus Adaptive Sports Workshop. Justin Rutherford maneuvers behind her in a manual wheelchair, one muscular tattooed arm propped on […]

One Million Steps Forward – QLI and the Eksoskeleton

by Brad Dexter, PT, DPT

August 21, 2021

When Tyler Bruck stands from a chair on the morning of November 17, 2020, the action receives a shower of applause. Normally packed to the walls with rehabilitation technology, today […]

Hero’s Homecoming: The Journey of Officer Tom Wagstaff

May 6, 2018

How do you prepare for the day you lose everything? How do you react to it, reckon with it? How do you ever begin to rebuild? For Tom Wagstaff—a loyal […]

Adaptive Tech: Ordinary Gadgets, Extraordinary Impact

March 19, 2017

From VR headsets to home automation gadgets, the world of adaptive tech is always evolving. QLI Occupational Therapist and Adaptive Technology expert, Erin Young discusses these developments. An Interview with […]