chairs. Saturday , August 05th , 2017 - 07:13:40 AM
Wheelchair buying what to consider: It is always better to speak to your medical advisor first before purchasing a wheelchair. Add some good research to that and you can make an informed choice about wheelchairs.
In most institutional settings, it is advised to look for a model which does not have removable parts. An additional benefit, parts that don't come off aren't likely to break, reducing your need for maintenance.
The chair parts are important for you to understand their purpose in functional movement. The base mechanism fits under the seat and provides mechanical features that will adjust the function of the chair. Some features are standard with ergonomic chairs, but need some explanation. The seat height adjustment changes the seat so that your hips remain at ninety degrees of flexion to the floor. This position creates a knock-on effect to your knees and ankles to also move into ninety degrees. The equal symmetry creates equal balance and weight distribution in your lower limbs joints. The swivel component is important for keeping your body central to the task being accomplished. You may need to move the whole seat, by using the casters.
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