The Clinician's Seating Handbook

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Accessories

View our range of optional accessories, clinically designed to offer additional support and comfort alongside the seating matters therapeutic seating.

Type

Chair

Lateral Supports

When you have low muscle tone or have conditions such as Scoliosis in the spine, it can be difficult to sit upright which may lead to discomfort, pain and inability to sit for long periods.

Our lateral supports provide additional support for the body, accommodating scoliosis and may allow sitting for longer periods of time possible and more comfortable.

Horse Shoe Head Pillow

When you are unable to support your neck and head, causing your head to fall to the side or you have a slight kyphotic posture it can result in pain and affect your posture and sitting balance.

Our horse shoe head pillow provides support for the head, neck and upper back and helps to maintain a midline position even when sleeping or in patients with low muscle tone.

Concave Head Support

When you are unable to support your neck and head, causing your head to fall to the side, it can result in pain and affect your posture and sitting balance, potentially leading to fixed contractures.

Our concave head pillow provides support for the head and neck and helps to maintain a midline position even when sleeping or in patients with low muscle tone.

Waterfall Back

When your back is not fully supported, your weight can not be distributed evenly which may lead to pain and an increased risk of pressure injuries.

Our waterfall back, with its 3 tiered, fibre filled cushions, supports the spine, allowing you to sit comfortably for longer periods.

Ramped Seat Cushion

When you are continuously sliding from your chair, this increases your risk of falls and causes shear and friction which can lead to pressure injuries

The ramped seat cushion is an angled seat cushion, increasing the angle of the seat base, discouraging sliding from the seat.

Pressure Management Arms

A combination of Visco memory foam and dartex multi stretch fabric for those with a risk of pressure injury on the arms & hips.

Padded Arm Covers

When seating, if your seat width is not correct, it can be difficult to maintain mid-line posture resulting in discomfort, pain and an inability to sit for long periods. These padded arm covers further reduce the width of the chair to accommodate users with particularly narrow hip widths, allowing the body to be fully supported.

The amount of padding is variable and these can be removed to suit the needs of multiple users.

Removable Arm Covers

Instrumental in keeping the chair clean and adhering to infection control protocols, especially with clients who suffer from incontinence. They can be removed and sterilized or replaced as necessary.

Removable Seat Covers

Instrumental in keeping the chair clean and adhering to infection control protocols, especially with clients who suffer from incontinence. They can be removed and sterilized or replaced as necessary.

Leg Laterals

When your legs abduct or externally rotate, there is an increased risk of injury to the legs and feet.

Our leg laterals protect the feet from injury or objects in the path of chair movement, while helping to support the feet on the footplate.

Legrest Wedge

When you suffer from oedema or swelling in the lower limbs, it may be uncomfortable to sit for long periods of time.

Our legrest wedge allows the chair user to elevate their legs higher than normal which may alleviate discomfort and assist in the reduction of swelling.

Variable Leg Rest

When you suffer from oedema or swelling in the lower limbs, it may be uncomfortable to sit for long periods of time.

Our variable angle leg rest allows the chair user to elevate the lower limbs which may alleviate discomfort and assist in the reduction of swelling.

Padded Footplate

When your seat-to-footplate height is incorrect, it may course sliding from the chair, increasing your risk of falls and shear and friction.

Padding can be incorporated into the footplate of the chair for to accommodate or improve foot position or to further decrease the seat-to-footplate height for individual users, as well as additional pressure management.

Handset Holder

When there is a need for independence, the handset holder keeps the handset within easy reach, allowing the user to easily reposition themselves from within the chair.

Tray Table

A tray for meals, positioning support and facilitation of activities. The tray table should only be used in accordance with facility or local regulations regarding restraint.

Side Pocket

A useful feature for holding a newspaper or books in the arm of your chair.

4 Braked Castors on Chair

To help keep the chair stationary, 4 braked castors can be added to the chair frame at time of ordering in retrospect. Brakes can be engaged from the front or the back of the chair.

Seat Belt

When additional safety is required during transit, or an additional form of support required for those who may have a tendency to slide out of their chairs or suffer from seizures*, a seat belt can be added.

*It is only to be used in accordance with facility or local regulations regarding restraint.

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