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In general, if a client has moderate to significant hip extension, is seeking movement, and/or has a history of equipment breakage, a Dynamic Back may be appropriate. However, trialing a Dynamic Back can be challenging, as the frame may have to be modified to trial this equipment. How do you determine if this intervention is appropriate without actually trying it?

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This video demonstrates how to change the angle of a Seating Dynamics Footrest using the Angle Adjustable Knee Joint. Dynamic Footrests: https://www.seatingdynamics.com/footrests/dynamic-wheelchair-footrests/ Static Footrests: https://www.seatingdynamics.com/footrests/static-footrests/

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The lower portion of the Seating Dynamics Dynamic Footrest may rotate in relation to the upper portion. If this occurs, please watch this video for instructions on adjusting the anti-rotation screw. For more information about our Dynamic Footrests, please go to https://www.seatingdynamics.com/footrests/dynamic-wheelchair-footrests/

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The Dynamic Head Support Hardware absorbs client forces and then returns the client to an upright and neutral head position. The purpose of this dynamic component is to protect the client from harm, prevent the mounting hardware from breaking, and to reduce overall extension tone. This hardware can be used with nearly any head pad to best meet an individual’s needs.

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Seating Dynamics Dynamic Rocker Back interface (DRBi) provides movement in response to client forces. These forces are stored and then return the client to a neutral starting position. This Dynamic Back has many clinical applications, but first it must be correctly mounted to a wheelchair base.

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