Product Features

The Acta-Back® LTS comes standard with patented moldable aluminum stays conform and support the user. The Acta-Back® LTS features lateral trunk supports in four different sizes: XS, S, M, and L.

  • Moldable Supports

    Moldable stays allow for easy on-the-spot customization to accommodate a variety of spinal curvatures. Moldable stays allow for continual support of changing conditions and can easily accommodate rotation with offset placement well before trying to rotate the back support. Stays prevent high peak pressures by providing additional cushion contact with the user unlike traditional planar back supports. The moldable stays create a support surface unique to the individual.

  • Compass® 4 Hardware

    Compass® 4 Hardware is strong, light, and independently adjustable in depth and angle of recline. The Compass® 4 Hardware is easier to adjust and has a wider range of motion than leading competitor hardware.

  • Lateral Trunk Support Sizes

    Acta-Back® LTS lateral trunk supports come in four different sizes: extra small at 4″ D by 3″ L, small at 5″ D by 4″ L, medium at 6″ D by 4″ L, and large at 7″ D by 5″ L.

Acta-Back® LTS Product Features:
  • Patented moldable aluminum stays conform and support the user’s back
  • Complete with patented Compass® or Power Mount Hardware
  • Durable aluminum shell comes with head support holes
  • Three layer foam construction, including comfortable Visco surface layer
  • Features lateral trunk supports in four different sizes
  • Laterals are width and height adjustable through slots
  • Extra lateral hardware links are available to provide optimal contact with the user

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