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Sample Medical Justification – Dynamic Footrests

The following are sample medical justification wording for the Seating Dynamics Dynamic Footrests for wheelchairs which may be used in funding documentation, such as a Letter of Medical Necessity. Justifications are listed by features and clinical indicator and a client may benefit from a Dynamic Seating component for more than one reason. In that case, you…

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Sample Medical Justification – Static Footrests

The following are sample medical justification wording for the Seating Dynamics Static Footrests which may be used in documentation, such as a Letter of Medical Necessity. Justifications should also be customized for a specific client’s needs. These examples do not replace competent evaluation. If you require further assistance with documentation, please contact us for help.…

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Sample Medical Justification – Dynamic Rocker Back interface

The following are sample medical justification wording for the Seating Dynamics Dynamic Rocker Back interface which may be used in funding documentation, such as a Letter of Medical Necessity. Justifications are listed by clinical indicator and a client may benefit from a Dynamic Seating component for more than one reason. In that case, you may…

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Maintenance Time! The Dynamic Footrests

Dynamic Seating uses elastomers, springs, and/or hydraulics to absorb force, store energy, and return the client to a starting position. Instead of the wheelchair frame breaking, the dynamic component will wear and require replacement.

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Kylie’s Dynamic Footrests Diffuse Extension

When Kylie used to push on her footplates, her entire body extended and she moved out of position in relation to her seating system. With Dynamic Footrests, the footrests move in response to her force and so she remains in a seated position.

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Dynamic Seating and the Restraint Debate

There are times when a wheelchair seating and mobility team, after careful evaluation and problem-solving, makes specific recommendations – only to hear that these well thought out interventions may be considered to be a restraint. So just what is considered a restraint and how does this affect Dynamic Seating?

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