On orders over $50.
No code. No hassle.
nancy s. from smithtown, ny (caregiver)
My husband is 70 and has had MS since 1970. He was hospitalized 10/16 with a high fever and developed three undetected stage 3 decubitus ulcers.
Comfort, pressure relief, faster healing.
Price, but it is worth every penny.
Reviewed on 01/12/2017
thomas s. from frazeysburg, oh
I use this cushion because of the adjustable seat. This ROHO cushion has been the best for my comfort since it was first introduced.
This is my 3rd one and am satisfied that whatever weaknesses there are, are minimal..
Reviewed on 12/22/2016
greg g. from austin, tx (caregiver)
My brother has been using it the last 6 weeks thru a hospital stay, an acute rehab hospital stay, and now at a rehab facility. It's a Godsend.
Quality Performance. Ease of use.
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Reviewed on 12/14/2016
thomas e. from martinez, ca (caregiver)
The person that uses the cushion is very pleased!
Ease of use.
Reviewed on 11/12/2016
david b. from ontario, ca (caregiver)
56 yr old fem, weighs approx 200 lb., quadraplegic with chronic press ulcers on butt in fold just above thigh. Stays in bed more than she wants to.
Principle of design is very good. Quality so far looks good but need time to tell
Inflation procedure awkward and difficult for a patient of 200 lb. Need pressure gauge device to monitor proper pressure once properly inflated.
Reviewed on 09/27/2016
katheryn b. from slaton, tx (caregiver)
My husband , in his chair mostly Not completely satisfied, on one corner it does'nt hold the air Always low on that side
Like I said One corner doesn't hold up
Reviewed on 09/10/2016
edward m. from brigantine, nj
Had a sore on my rear end. after using your product for a few weeks, it is healed.
Reviewed on 09/08/2016
tommy r. from broken bow, ok
I am a male in my 70s
Reviewed on 08/15/2016
carl thomas m. from medinah dr., il
To sit on/ originally a wheelchair but now any chair!
The cost/ very high
Reviewed on 03/19/2016
gary t. from glendale, az
Paraplegic, wheelchair bound
Helps to prevent, and AIDS in the healing process of, pressure ulcers.
I can't think of any right now.
Reviewed on 01/10/2016