Corpus® Seating System

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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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Latest Blog Posts
Documentation Tips for Seating and Wheeled Mobility in Home Health

Part 5 in our series about Seating & Wheeled Mobility in Home Health. See Part 1,Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4.

In our series about Seating & Wheeled Mobility in Home Health we've taken a look at challenges that a Home Health therapist faces as well as three of the top common misconceptions of seating and wheeled mobility in the home health setting. Today we're going to discuss documentation and some tips and tricks to make the process easier and faster.

Introducing Jess Markt

Today we have the pleasure of introducing Jess Markt. He's been a TiLite user for the last 18 years, and we'll be publishing blog posts from Jess in the near future.

Jess Markt was 19 years old in August of 1996 and was preparing for his sophomore season as a high jumper on the University of Oregon track team when he was involved in a serious car accident near his family home in West Linn, OR. As a result of the accident, Jess was paralyzed at the T6 vertebrae and, from that day forward, would need to use a wheelchair to navigate the world. Upon learning the severity and permanence of his injury, Jess assumed his athletic dreams were over, but he decided not to let that hinder his motivation. He threw himself fully into physical rehabilitation with the goal of returning to school, finishing his degree, and moving forward productively with his life.

Home Health Misconception #3: Our Branch Can't Do Seating Evaluations

Part 4 in our series about Seating & Wheeled Mobility in Home Health. See Part 1,Part 2, and Part 3.

We’re continuing to look at common misconceptions of seating and wheeled mobility in the home health setting. So far, we’ve addressed the misconception that someone else will deal with seating and wheeled mobility and that there isn’t a need in home health for wheelchair seating and positioning.

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