Go Baby Go! is a non-profit research program that started at the University of Delaware in 2012. It offers a fun, temporary wheelchair alternative for children who aren't able to walk or need assistance.
Numotion has been featured in the latest issue of Mobility Management, the only industry publication written especially for mobility and rehab suppliers and clinicians.
650 Numotion volunteers partnered with Recovery Houston, a nonprofit organization formed after Harvey, to help beautify a Houston elementary school.
Craig will use past experience to motivate Numotion audiences.
Numotion CEO, Mike Swinford authored a whitepaper challening the Complex Rehab Technology industry with five directives.
First Complex Rehab Technology provider to offer remote service and repair to its customers.
Acquisition Bolsters Company’s Presence in California and Nevada
Numotion, the nation’s leading provider of complex rehab technology (CRT), has relaunched their company website.
Numotion extends its reach and capacity in eastern North Carolina.