Tech Tip: Add Lock Out to Existing Dynamic Head Support
In this video: JJ demonstrates how to add the lock out feature to an existing single-axis Dynamic Head Support.
Lock Out Feature | Dynamic Head Support for Wheelchairs
The Dynamic Head Support for wheelchairs can now be locked-out to limit head movement when desired, such as during transportation. Learn more about this helpful feature.
Dynamic Single Axis Headrest – Lockout Demo
In this video, JJ demonstrates the lockout function of the Dynamic Headrest allowing users to pause headrest movement when undesirable.
Tech Tip: Dynamic Footrest – Knee Angle Adjustment on Telescoping-only Footrest
In this video, JJ shows you how to adjust the knee angle on the telescoping-only Dynamic Footrests.
Tech Tip: Dynamic Footrests – Knee Angle Adjustment
In our new series of Tech Tips for Dynamic Seating products, JJ shows you how to set the angle at the knee on your Dynamic Footrest for Wheelchairs.
Effective 6/1/22: Dynamic Components Request For Quote/Ordering Policy Change
Effective June 1, 2022 Thanks to the beta users who have provided feedback during testing over the past two years.…
Now Available: Lateral Knee Pad for Dynamic Footrest
Seating Dynamics is excited to offer a new product, a Lateral Knee Pad for our Dynamic Footrests!
Quick Class: Dynamic Seating – Determining Dynamic Head Support Hardware Resistance
The optimal level of resistance is critical to the functioning of Dynamic Head Support Hardware. In this Quick Class, we will review how to determine resistance based on specific client parameters.
How to Use the Online Request for Quote Tool for Dealers
Resellers, dealers and ATPs of businesses can learn how to register and use the online Request for Quote (RFQ) tool.
Determining if a Dynamic Back is Appropriate
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?