Perfectly shaped for comfortable, flexible support

BodiLink Lateral Trunk Supports are designed with your body’s shape in mind. The modular design and unique wrist joints make setup and adjustment easy and our 48 different pad options including, basic, premium, moldable and rigid ensure that you will get the exact support that you need.

  • An unlocked screw of BodiLink Lateral GT2
    Gear Teeth (GT2) Hardware

    Spring-loaded joints allow increased ease of set-up and can be moved to any joint where it will not interfere with other chair components. Unique wrist joint allows pad rotation to match the patient’s angle for improved contact area and comfort. GT2 hardware has a strength increase of about 20% at each joint.

  • Premium Pads of BodiLink Lateral Trunk Support
    Premium Pads

    The premium pad shape mimics the shape of a hand, offering more natual positioning. A skinned foam construction encapsulates metal plate making breakthrough nearly impossible resulting in longer lasting pad. The premium pads curved edges improve comfort and increase contact area.

  • Basic Pads of BodiLink Lateral Trunk Support
    Basic Pads

    Basic pads are constructed of foam wrapped stainless steel plate with rubber edging. The moldable version allows conformance to the client’s shape for comfort and increased contact area.

BodiLink® Lateral Trunk Supports Product Features:
  • New winter/summer mounting available
  • 6 pad sizes offered in each premium and basic, moldable and rigid, support and active giving 48 options to fit any user

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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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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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