What if a wheelchair existed that could be propelled by pulling back on the rims instead of pushing forward?
Investigating the underlying causes of the worst chronic wounds and what you can do to heal when bedrest isn’t enough.
Surviving major surgery — or anything, really — is easier with hope and gratefulness.
“Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot” is well worth seeing.
Excerpts from three of Tim Gilmer's many profiles of well-known wheelers.
How can such a small column have such a large impact? Perhaps because Tim Gilmer's formula is one part heart, one part soul, and two parts authenticity.
If I have learned anything over the past 70 years, 50 of them as a wheelchair user, it is that what brings happiness changes with the seasons of your life.
I’ve been sentenced to a six-month journey with a stage IV ischial pressure sore, but I don’t want to do the time.
Recovering from flap surgery, Tim Gilmer seeks to complete his healing with a wine country reunion
In 2000, I faced a life decision: whether to continue teaching or accept the editorship of New Mobility magazine.