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.

BodiLink Lateral Pelvic/Thigh Supports are now available on Corpus Seating System. Click here to learn more.

  • BodiLink Pelvic Thigh Support GT
    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

  • Permobil BodiLink Pelvic Thigh Support
    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.

  • Zero Elevation and Anti-Thrust Pad of BodiLink Pelvic Thigh Support
    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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