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Videos: Clients Using Dynamic Seating

Daniel sustained extension

Daniel and Sustained Extension

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In this video, Daniel is watching his favorite baseball team which is very exciting! He demonstrates increased extensor tone throughout which is diffused through his Dynamic Back and Dynamic Footrests.

Tyler managing tone

Tyler – when tone management doesn’t work

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Tyler is extremely strong and has broken numerous items on his manual wheelchair over the years. Tone management has not been successful however Dynamic Seating has been! A combination of Dynamic components at the hips, knees, and head have worked very well, decreasing both extension and dystonia.

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Jonathan’s Dynamic Headrest in Action

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Jonathan has significant extension throughout his body secondary to cerebral palsy. He had a long history of breaking head support hardware and so a Seating Dynamics Dynamic Head Support was recommended.

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Kylie – don’t underestimate her small but strong movement

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In this video, watch carefully as Kylie moves her Dynamic Footrests and Dynamic Back. Her movements don’t always look very strong, but she has broken numerous components on her manual and power wheelchairs.

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Sarah – she loves to move!

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In this video, Sarah is demonstrating her drive to move – and how the Dynamic Footrests on her wheelchair are providing that movement in her wheelchair.

Hannah using the Dynamic Rocker Back

Hannah – using the Dynamic Rocker Back to diffuse force and provide movement

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Hannah has cerebral palsy and likes to move. The Dynamic Rocker Back she uses diffuses force and provides stimulating movement.

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Dynamic Seating Rocking in Wheelchair Demonstration

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Faith’ loves to rock. Rocking increases her alertness and function. If she cannot rock, she quickly becomes less engaged and agitated. The Dynamic Rocker Back interface allows this rocking movement which she seeks.

Phillip receives his Seating Dynamics components!

Phillip receives his Seating Dynamics components!

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Phillip has a many Seating Dynamics dynamic seating elements as part of his wheelchair. Watch the video to see Phillip’s reaction!

Seating Dynamics Dynamic Footrests Diffuse Tone and Respond Individually

Seating Dynamics Dynamic Footrests Diffuse Tone and Respond Individually

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Spencer has cerebral palsy and very strong extensor tone. His Dynamic Footrests move in response to his extension and diffuse his tone. Without Dynamic Footrests, Spencer ‘stands’ in his wheelchair! He also does not move the same on both sides of his body. The Seating Dynamics Dynamic Footrests move in response to each leg, regardless of the degree of force or movement.

Amanda uses her Dynamic Back to rock and to help propel her wheelchair

Amanda uses her Dynamic Back to rock and to help propel her wheelchair

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Amanda loves to rock and the Seating Dynamics Dynamic Rocker Back interface (DRBi) allows her to do just that. The Dynamic Back also allows her to lean back, gathering more movement and force to help her self-propel her manual wheelchair. In this video, we can see Amanda pushing across a smooth floor and then really using the Dynamic Back to help her push over a grassy area.