Posts Tagged ‘Dynamic Head Support Hardware’
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.Continue Reading
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.Continue Reading
Sample Medical Justification – Dynamic Head Support Hardware
The following are sample medical justification wording for the Seating Dynamics Dynamic Head Support Hardware which may be used in documentation, such as a Letter of Medical Necessity. Justifications are listed by feature and clinical indicator and a client may benefit from a Dynamic Seating component for more than one reason. In that case, you…Continue Reading
Dyllie: Dynamic Seating Head, Back and Foot Components
Dyllie is a 25 year old man with the diagnosis of cerebral palsy who has been using Seating Dynamics Dynamic Footrests (telescoping, elevating, and plantar/dorsi flexion), Dynamic Rocker Back, and Dynamic Head Support Hardware for 8 months.Continue Reading
Max’s New Dynamic Head Support Hardware
This video shows how the Dynamic Head Support absorbs and diffuses Max’s strong forces, reducing the level of active extension in his neck and facilitating a midline position.Continue Reading
Inhibiting Max’s Strong Neck Extension with Dynamic Head Support Hardware
Max is an adult with cerebral palsy and significant extensor tone. His Baclofen pump was recently removed secondary to an infection. This has led to strong neck hyperextension and rotation.Continue Reading
FAQ: Where’s the Ball?
When ordering or receiving Dynamic Head Support Hardware, many people ask us “Where’s the Ball?” Most head supports (or headrests) use a ball between the head pad and the mounting hardware. Seating Dynamics does not. Why?Continue Reading
My Client isn’t Moving as Much – What Happened?
Dynamic Seating is designed to provide movement; however, client movement may actually decrease after using Dynamic Seating for a while. Why?Continue Reading
Karen “Missy” Ball, PT, MT, ATP
PhysioBall Therapy, LLC Metairie, LA “I have used dynamic backs several times in the past for clients with head trauma or cerebral palsy with periods of high extensor tone that broke back canes or headrest hardware. Definitely a needed component for those clients.”Continue Reading
Dynamic Head Support Hardware and Head Position – Can One Help the Other?
Many clients who benefit from Dynamic Seating specifically benefit from movement at the neck. This may include clients who forcefully extend at the neck or who bang against the head support repeatedly, often in conjunction with a total body rocking movement.Continue Reading