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Evolutionary Becomes Revolutionary

The Corpus seating system features an ergonomic design that follows the contours of the body. Seat width and depth adjustments are indexed and clearly marked for a custom fit and future adaptability. The height adjustable Corpus Ergo backrest features a strong formed aluminum shell tapered to provide support and maximize upper body function. The sliding backrest assembly can also accommodate virtually any after-market backrest.

Industry leading Corpus power seat functions perform like no other with biomechanically optimized pivot points, seamless shear reduction and enhanced legrest articulation to maximize positioning throughout full range of movement.

  • Independent Repositioning Mode & Memory Seating

    Power positioning is further enhanced with programmable memory seat positions and the exclusive Independent Repositioning Mode (IRM). IRM enables automatic sequencing of tilt, leg elevation and recline promoting maximum benefit of pressure relief protocols without loss of positioning.

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    ActiveHeight™

    ActiveHeight 12″ & 14″ power adjustable seat height goes beyond traditional vertical only elevation. Featuring 3 points of contact and 3.5″ rearward center of gravity shift for added stability. ActiveHeight takes seat elevation to new heights and allows travel at up to 3.2mph elevated.

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    ActiveReach™

    Go beyond typical seat elevation to maximize your function with ActiveReach. ActiveHeight elevation and ActiveReach forward tilt perform seamlessly to create a seating system like no other. Up to 10 degrees of no charge ActiveReach forward tilt technology is available on any chair with ActiveHeight. ActiveReach anterior tilt pacakges are available up to 45 degrees on F-Series chairs and 20 degrees on M-Series chairs.

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  • Enhanced Power Recline

    Corpus integrated power recline provides up to 180 degrees full range, smooth, safe power recline for users up to 300lbs. Featuring over 5.25” of seamless mechanical sheer reduction and a 2x stronger recline actuator with quieter operation and locking nut protection for increased safety.

Education & Evidence

Proof in motion.

The right chair can make all the difference — in your life, in your independence, and in your long-term health. See how we’re using the latest medical research to deliver information that moves everyone in our industry forward.

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It’s CRT Awareness Week! What does that mean and why should I care?

“Complex Rehab Technology (CRT) includes individually configured wheelchairs, seating systems, and other adaptive equipment prescribed to meet the specific needs of people with disabilities such as ALS, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and spinal cord injury. This specialized equipment addresses their medical needs, reduces their health care costs, and maximizes their function and independence”. (taken from access2crt.org)
CRT Awareness Week is meant to let people know how important CRT is, and to inform the public of current legislation related to CRT. It happens every August when members of Congress are in their home offices and the goal is to mobilize people to reach out to their Congressmen and ask for their support on Bills that protect access to CRT.
“We need Congress to protect access by passing important legislation this year”.(taken from access2CRT.org)

Making a Stand

As we’ve been discussing the benefits of front wheel drive recently, we had an unsolicited story come our way. Joseph Maimone lives in NC and is a published author, radio contributor, and has a following on YouTube. He sustained a spinal cord injury from a skiing accident in 2004 and has been in a wheelchair ever since. This is his story of how standing has improved his health and lifestyle. Thanks to Todd Dewey, ATP with Numotion for connecting us with our friend Joseph to share his story.

Benefits of Front Wheel Drive Part 2

Part 2 in our two-part series exploring the potential benefits and uses of front wheel drive power wheelchairs. Check out Part 1.

Last week we looked a few reasons a front wheel drive (FWD) power wheelchair might be right for you. We discussed how FWD wheel base configuration can increase how close you can get to surfaces for function and drive maneuverability to ease navigation of tight corners. This week we continue our conversation by taking a look at the following reasons FWD might be the right mobility base for you:

Obstacle Negotiation
Enhanced Steering
Smooth Ride
Stable Base of Support

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