The SmartSeatPro is a highly adjustable, modular seating system for clients with complex postural and pressure management needs. It Has been designed to give healthcare professionals maximum adaptability to optimise posture, function and comfort for their clients.
The level of flexibility offered by the four part back-rest ensures the SmartSeatPro can be easily configured to suit individual needs, aiding pelvic stability as well as trunk and head alignment. The individual back-rest components can be quickly and easily adjusted to ensure that a range of postural asymmetries such as kyphosis, lordosis, and scoliosis, can be fully supported, stabilised and, where possible, corrected from the sacrum to the cervical spine.
The unique multi-adjustable back has three upper back-rest components which can be altered in height, depth, angle, offset and rotation, to suit the user’s needs. Each of these upper elements include built-in adjustable wings which can be individually positioned to contour the seat back to the user’s shape.
The modular backrest provides support and configuration for:
- Sacral Curve
- Lumbar Curve
- Thoracic Curve
- Cervical Curve
The SmartSeatPro is a good investment because the chair is built to be durable and is highly adaptable allowing it to be reconfigured and reissued to other clients.
- Scoliosis, Lordosis, Kyphosis
- Semi-ambulant or non-ambulant
- Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Motor Neurone Disease, Cerebral Palsy (particularly young adults)
- Dementia Care
- Head injury and spinal cord injury
- Stroke rehabilitation
- Nursing and residential homes
- Specialist wards
- Stroke rehabilitation, brain or spinal injury, intensive therapy units
- Domestic and homecare
- Small: Internal Seat Width: 280 – 400mm
- Medium: Internal Seat Width: 380 – 500mm
- Small: Maximum User Weight 100kg
- Medium: Maximum User Weight 160kg
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