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jill u. from sumas, wa
A woman in her sixties with chronic progressive MS who is starting to notice skin sensitivity on back of heels and ankles while sleeping horizontal.
Ease of use and quality design and workmanship
The expense is difficult for most of the afflicted to afford, but it truly is the best solution, bar none!
Reviewed on 02/03/2017
deniise f. from sommerset, nj (caregiver)
Reviewed on 11/17/2016
robert h. from aurora, co
C5-6-7 INCOMPLETE QUAD
Reviewed on 11/10/2016
carol r. from margate, nj
I am a 78 year old living with Parkinsons disease. I sit for long periods of time and this cushion is very helpful going from a sit to stand position.
if you sit for long periods of time, this cushion distributes your body weight and is comfortable on a hard chair
It is very pricey.
Reviewed on 10/19/2016
joe w. from garden city, ny
I find that Roho Products in general improve chances of avoiding skin problems
No noted yet
Reviewed on 01/15/2016
jennifer s. from osage beach, mo
Female, T-12 paraplegic for 56 years. Active in a TiLite wheelchair but feeling the years of sitting.
The ROHO Quadtro adjustability has solved the issues of discomfort I was having due to degeneration of my left hip joint and resulting imbalance in the pelvis.
The cushion cover is poorly fitted. The gaps at corners and for the valve are too large. I've used ROHO cushions in the past and do not enjoy how the black rubber holds heat.
Reviewed on 06/19/2015
justin m. from el paso, tx
54 year old white male, paraplegia for 33 years.
Stability, ease of use.
As with most Roho products, they appear to wear out with normal use well before the 3 year warranty is up.
Reviewed on 05/06/2015
robert h. from brownsville, ca (caregiver)
My husband is in a wheelchair and has stage 2 bed sores. We bought the chair pad and it does not work. Tried to follow how to do it and it does not wo
Reviewed on 01/16/2015
bong kyung k. from holtsville, ny
47, female with polio.
Helps prevent bed sores.
Reviewed on 10/11/2014
dorothy j. from sheridan, wy (caregiver)
Unable to walk
Reviewed on 08/17/2014