Working with Fluid Cushions

Working with Fluid Cushions

23/02/2024

Maintenance and modifications: two key factors to remember when working with fluid cushions. Maintenance is easy peasy. Modifications are multiple. Let's dive in to discuss!

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Side Stepping and Suspended Walking Using a Gait Trainer Enhances Walking Ability

Side Stepping and Suspended Walking Using a Gait Trainer Enhances Walking Ability

2/02/2024

Willow is working hard on her hip muscle strength in therapy sessions, at home, and at school, but can find it challenging. In therapy sessions, she works with her physical therapist on activities such as side-stepping in the parallel bars but needs hands-on guidance to achieve the correct movement. Her physical therapist thought using the side-stepping feature of the Leckey MyWay+ would enable Willow to work on her muscle strength independently while being properly supported by the chest harness.

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Power Wheelchair Suspension

Power Wheelchair Suspension

9/11/2023

What comes to mind when you think about a power wheelchair's performance? Speed, electronics, turning radius, battery life, positioning components, and power seat functions may be considered, and all of those functions are great. However, the wheelchair may not perform as intended if the suspension is not considered

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