BodiLink® Lateral/Pelvic Thigh Supports

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Compatible on virtually any power or manual wheelchair

BodiLink Lateral Pelvic/Thigh Supports are compatible on virtually any power or manual wheelchair. New telescoping taper hardware, fixed or removable with release lever, and ten zero elevation or anti-thrust pad sizes, make BodiLink a versatile solution for any lateral support need.

  • Gear Teeth (GT) Hardware

    GT features a taper joint and multiple positive locking joints with 10″ of incremental adjustment. The updated construction is 3 times stronger than previous generation GT hardware. Taper pad mount has 360° of swivel adjustability; allows better pad angle and position, relative to the patient

  • Telescoping Taper (TT) Hardware

    TT hardware features telescoping height adjustment with two taper joints for medial/lateral and pad angle adjustment with 360° of swivel adjustability allows nearly infinite pad fine-tuning. TT series features double taper lock joints resulting in a strong hardware with the ability to “slip” before any catastrophic failure. New trigger-releases for removable hardware is designed to be the most user-friendly trigger activation. TT hardware mounts to Permobil power seating systems and manual with solid seats.

  • Pad Features

    Pads come in two styles: Zero Elevation and Anti-Thrust and are available in Comfort-Tek, Stretch-Air, and GlideWear fabric options.

BodiLink® Lateral Pelvic/Thigh Support Product Features:
  • All new Telescoping Taper (TT) series and GT series

  • Fixed or removable with high visibility release lever

  • Extra links (GT) and long extension arm (TT) allow for greater medial reach when needed

  • 10 pad sizes offered in each zero elevation & anti-thrust

  • 3 cover choices: Comfort-Tek, Stretch-Air and GlideWear

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There’s nothing more personal than your comfort. That’s why we have a range of sizes and products to fit every chair and every person. Plus we have custom options, too. It’s also why we meticulously test and inspect your cushion before it leaves our factory.


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What is an immersion style wheelchair cushion?

Part 6 in our Wound Care Guide series.SeePart 1,Part 2,Part 3,Part 4, and Part 5.Check out our comprehensive, digital Wound Care Guide here.

Immersion is another principle of pressure distribution, neither better nor worse than offloading. Whether it is better or worse depends completely on the patient’s individualized needs and what you as a therapist are trying to achieve.
Recall that the principle of offloading is redistributing pressure away from a small surface area onto a greater surface area that can withstand the constant pressure better, making a patient less likely to sustain a pressure injury.
Immersion, on the other hand, is the principle of conforming to the person’s curvature by “sinking the body in.” We allow the cushion and/or back support to take the body’s shape, alleviating the bony prominences from unwanted peak pressure to maximize pressure redistribution.

Without ImmersionPeak pressures under the ITs
With ImmersionEven pressure redistribution over entire gluteal surface

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What in the construction of an offloading wheelchair cushion allows for pressure redistribution?

Part 5 in our Wound Care Guide series.SeePart 1,Part 2,Part 3, and Part 4.Check out our comprehensive, digital Wound Care Guidehere.

Through the built-in contours of an offloading style cushion, the therapist can help align and stabilize the spine, pelvis, and LEs to allow the pressure and shear forces to be transferred from a smaller surface area to a greater surface area. The contours needed for offloading pressure are:

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