- those who present leg length discrepancies, wind-swept, pelvic obliquity, pelvis rotation, anterior and posterior pelvis tilt and risk of hip dislocation;
- those who need lateral contouring control of the legs and lumbar/sacral support in order to improve the self control of the trunk;
- for even very small users who have to be led to a sitting position;
- for people using the orthosis for the rachis;
- for users presenting a sacral/lumbar protrusion.
Particularly performing for...
✓ TRAUMATIC ORIGIN INJURIES AND NOT (EX. TETRAPLEGIA)
✓ NEUROMUSCOLAR AND GENETIC DESEASES (EX. MD, SPINA BIFIDA, LEUKODISTROPHY)
|User||Self Propelling Ability||Yes/No|
|Risk of Pressure Load||High|
|Features||Easy Lateral Transfers||Unsuitable|
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