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Joe’s Dynamic Footrests

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Joe has cerebral palsy and dystonia. His Dynamic Rocker Back interface, in combination with his Dynamic Footrests, allow him to move, prevent breakage, and maintain his posture within the seating system.

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The Dynamic Seating Resistance Relationship: too much, too little, or just right!

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Resistance to force allows the dynamic seating component to return to its starting position. If it is too low or too high, the component will not work effectively.

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The impact of Dynamic Seating on power wheelchair driving

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Carl explains why it was difficult for him to drive his previous power wheelchair and how dynamic seating has improved his ability to drive his new power wheelchair.

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FAQs: Dynamic Rocker Back interface Compatibility and Installation

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Some of our most frequently asked questions have to do with Compatibility and Installation of the Dynamic Rocker Back interface (DRBi). Let’s take a look at the questions you have been asking and our answers.

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Dynamic Stories: Carl – improved wheelchair driving and computer use

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Dynamic Seating is designed to provide movement; however, client movement may actually decrease after using Dynamic Seating for a while. Why?

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Carl before and after Dynamic Seating

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Carl uses a molded seating systems with power wheelchair. See how Dynamic Seating improves both his positioning and function.

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FAQ: When is Dynamic Seating NOT Clinically Indicated?

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Are there instances when Dynamic Seating is NOT indicated for a client? A while back, a colleague of mine stated, “why wouldn’t we let a client move?” We are wired to move and seek out movement for a variety of reasons. Personally, I’m not a big fan of sitting still.

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Rachel’s Rocking, Sensory Input and Dynamic Backs

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Rachel loves to rock. She has very low vision and seeks out sensory input. Without a Dynamic Back, she was causing a great deal of wear and tear on her previous manual wheelchair and she was not able to move as readily.

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My Client isn’t Moving as Much – What Happened?

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Dynamic Seating is designed to provide movement; however, client movement may actually decrease after using Dynamic Seating for a while. Why?

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Oliver – Increasing Strength and Decreasing Constipation

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Oliver is an adorable 5 year old male born at 40 weeks with forceps delivery due to transverse presentation. Several weeks after birth, he was diagnosed with epilepsy, spastic quadriplegia, cortical vision impairment, and hypothyroidism.