Footrest and leg rest
The leg support can be of the type that spans both sides, or the two sides are separated. Both of these supports are ideal for swinging to one side and detachable. You must pay attention to the height of the footrest. If the footrest is too high, the angle of hip flexion is too large, and the weight will be added to the ischial tuberosity, which is easy to cause pressure sores.
The backrest can be high or low and can be tilted or not. If the patient has better balance and control of the torso, a low-back wheelchair can be used to enable the patient to have greater mobility. Conversely, choose a high-back wheelchair.
Armrest or armrest
Generally, it is 22.5~25cm higher than the seat surface, and some armrests can be adjusted in height. A lapboard can also be placed on the armrest for reading and dining.
Skirt board (net)
According to different users, skirt guards and skirt nets can be selected to prevent the wearer’s skirt or hem from getting caught in the wheel.