Join OT Michelle Lange for Positioning the Head to explore strategies beyond the head support of a wheelchair, including specific positioning interventions and addressing visual issues.
Ashley exhibits large and forceful movements (dystonia) which have led to injury to her legs and damage to the wheelchair. Dynamic Seating, at the head, back and legs, allows her to move easily and safely.
In this quick tip, JJ illustrates how to use the swing away function on Dynamic and Static Footrests. This feature allows you “swing away” and even remove, if necessary, the footrests.
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.
In this video: JJ demonstrates how to add the lock out feature to an existing single-axis Dynamic Head Support.
In this video, JJ demonstrates the lockout function of the Dynamic Headrest allowing users to pause headrest movement when undesirable.
Kristen is a young woman with the diagnosis of cerebral palsy. Kristen extends her body with force, particularly at her legs. She has a long history of breaking her wheelchair footrests secondary to this extension.
In this video, JJ shows you how to adjust the knee angle on the telescoping-only Dynamic Footrests.
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.
Before receiving a new tilt-in-space wheelchair with Dynamic Rocker Back, Darcy’s movement was met with resistance causing many wheelchair breaks, reduced seating tolerance and unsafe “walking of his chair” across the room.