Wheelchair Back and Seat Cushion
Keep pressure off with a seamless backrest + seat antidecubitus wheelchair cushion. Secured in place with buckle and straps.
Ubio full length wheelchair cushion is specially designed to help prevent pressure sores for wheelchair users. It features a segmented design that evenly distributes weight and reduces pressure on the tailbone, hips, back and upper thighs.
The backrest portion aligns the spine and provides upper body support with high-density foam. The unique cutout shape allows for airflow to keep your back cool.
Together, the backrest and seat work to actively keep pressure off vulnerable areas for superior skin protection and all-day comfort in your wheelchair. Easy to wipe clean and durable materials withstand daily use.
Relieve discomfort and focus on what’s important with our innovative backrest and seat cushion that help take pressure off while sitting in your wheelchair.
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Enhanced Comfort: Provides a comfortable sitting experience, reducing pressure points and discomfort, especially during extended periods of sitting.
Pressure Relief: Distributes body weight evenly, alleviating pressure on sensitive areas like the lower back, tailbone, and hips, preventing the development of pressure sores.
Hygiene and Maintenance: Easy-to-clean materials with a wipeable cover maintain cleanliness and hygiene, crucial for those with limited mobility.
Versatility: Suitable not only for wheelchairs but also for use in various seating situations, such as office chairs, car seats, or other mobility aids.
Long-Term Durability: High-quality construction ensures longevity, providing consistent support over time and with regular use.
Enhanced Mobility: Users experience improved comfort, which can positively impact mobility and encourage more active participation in daily activities.