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If the client uses a pelvic positioning belt, isn’t that considered a restraint?

A positioning device, such as a pelvic positioning belt, is designed to maintain alignment with the support surfaces (i.e. the seat and back), provide stability and postural support and to promote function. A restraint is intended to limit movement to protect the client and/or others. For specific restraint regulations and documentation requirements to allow provision…

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Does the Dynamic Rocker Back interface require any maintenance?

The elastomers last approximately 2 years, depending on the frequency and forces applied. We have a “re-build kit” which includes upper and lower elastomers, as well as plastic caps for the top of the elastomers. These can be purchased and installed by your wheelchair supplier. https://www.seatingdynamics.com/category/dynamic-seating-maintenance/

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When should I latch (lock out) the Dynamic Rocker Back interface?

The DRBi should be unlatched all the time, except when the wheelchair is being transported with the client in the chair. Remember to unlatch the back as soon as the wheelchair and client leave the vehicle. https://www.seatingdynamics.com/2018/05/30/the-dynamic-rocker-back-interface-when-should-i-lock-it-out/

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