- Focus on Secondary Condition Prevention: Use of Assistive Technology to Reduce Pain for Manual Wheelchair Users
- Rise in Scooters and Power Wheelchairs Could Increase Risk of Obesity
- Table Tennis
- Dr. Bob Segalman, President & Founder, Speech-to-Speech
- Use of Low Compression Balls in Wheelchair Tennis
- Wheelchair Football Training Video
- Program Spotlight: 29th Annual National Veterans Wheelchair Games
- Comparison of cardiovascular adaptations to long-term arm and leg exercise in wheelchair athletes versus long-distance runners.
- Sports for Children and Youth with Disabilities
- Wheelchair Basketball
- Response to Last Month's Column on Use of Power Mobility Devices
- FreeWheeling in my Wheelchair!
- New Food Pyramid Misses Mark for People with Disabilities
- Wheelchair Softball
- Football (American)
- Exerstrider Fitness for People Who Use Wheelchairs
- Community Voice: The Importance of Mentoring - An Interview with Jean Driscoll
- Wheelchair skills training for community-based manual wheelchair users: A randomized controlled trial
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Wheelchair tennis was developed by American Brad Parks in 1976. Since then, it is one of the fastest growing sports for individuals with disabilities. Today, the United States Tennis Association. The ITF aims to provide, promote and develop opportunities for men, women and children with disabilities to participate in recreational and competitive wheelchair tennis at all levels from novice to the professional player.
Recent efforts have been made to integrate wheelchair tennis into mainstream tennis tournaments. At the 2005 Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, the first ever wheelchair tennis tournament on grass was staged, with eight of the world's leading Men's Doubles players taking part in a Men's Doubles tournament over the final weekend. In September 2005, the US Open at Flushing Meadows became the third Grand Slam to stage a wheelchair tennis tournament alongside the latter stage of its main event.