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What types of Static Footrests does Seating Dynamics offer?

Sometimes a dynamic footrest is not appropriate due to a client’s lack of range or atypical leg and/or foot postures. Typically, a standard footrest hanger and footplate are appropriate. Occasionally, more specific and Heavy Duty designs are required. Our Adjustable Knee upper footrest hardware provides a wider range of knee angles using hardware that is…

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Can a one piece footboard be used with the dynamic footrests?

A one piece footboard can be added to the dynamic footrests as a custom modification. A one piece footboard does limit the ability of each footrest to respond independently. Many clients with increased tone may have higher tone or more movement on one side of the body. By using separate footplates, movement can occur when…

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If the client’s feet are secured, isn’t that considered a restraint?

A positioning device, such as an ankle strap, is designed to maintain alignment with the support surfaces (i.e. a footplate), 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 of necessary postural…

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