ROHO and Permobil have joined together to evolve Permobil’s Corpus positioning cushion to feature an optional ROHO insert for added comfort, support, and skin protection. The cushion combines the shape matching ability of the ROHO DRY FLOATATION® technology with Permobil’s ergonomic design. By adjusting the amount of air, the cushion can be tuned to match the individual’s shape. The improved cushion design enhances the already revolutionary Corpus seating system, providing you with the superior skin protection that ROHO is known for. Our ergonomic positioning cushion is contoured to provide pelvic stability and improved lower extremity alignment. The lateral edges of the cushion accommodate removable seat wedges and help provide control in the seated position. The specially-designed ROHO insert supports the ischial tuberosities and the posterior shelf of the greater trochanters for those clients who are at high risk of breakdown. Cleaning requires just soap and water, and the specially designed cushion cover is also machine washable for added convenience.
  • Super Skin Protection

     

  • Easily Adjustable

     

  • Designed for Support

     

  • Tailored to Your Size (17″ – 21″)

     

  • Center Abductor
  • Removable Cover
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National Veterans Wheelchair Games 2018

Permobil was honored to volunteer and support the 38th annualNational Veterans Wheelchair Games competition held July 30 through August 4th,in Orlando, FL.Permobil is proud to be a gold sponsor of this annual event supporting our nation's veterans.

Power Wheelchairs: What are my options, and where do I start?

Part 14 in our seriesA to Z Considerations for Seating & Wheeled Mobility: A Quick Reference Clarifying Confusion Around CRT. SeePart 1,Part 2,Part 3,Part 4,Part 5,Part 6,Part 7,Part 8,Part 9,Part 10,Part 11,Part 12, and Part 13.

Now that you have determined that your client needs a power wheelchair to optimize safety, function, sitting tolerance, and skin integrity, the next step is selecting the type of power wheelchair that is most appropriate for your client. While the options may seem a bit overwhelming and the process of how to attain each group of power chair ambiguous, do not fear! We will thoroughly explain these concepts over the next few weeks.

Determining the Most Appropriate Mobility Base: Performing Manual & Power Wheelchair Comparison Trials

Part 13 in our seriesA to Z Considerations for Seating & Wheeled Mobility: A Quick Reference Clarifying Confusion Around CRT. SeePart 1,Part 2,Part 3,Part 4,Part 5,Part 6,Part 7,Part 8,Part 9,Part 10,Part 11, and Part 12.

To determine if a power wheelchair versus a manual wheelchair is the appropriate mobility base to allow your client the ability to complete MRADLs and all necessary functional tasks as independently as possible, then completing comparison trials is recommended. This can effectively rule out a manual wheelchair utilizing various standardized tests.

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