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karen h. from sd, sd (caregiver)
My father in law who is 90 years old.
Very good cushion.
Don't know of any weaknesses.
Reviewed on 04/08/2017
duane m. from vadnais heights, mn
As it ages it sprung a leak.
Reviewed on 12/15/2016
patricia m. from cahone, co (caregiver)
My husband is the user of this cushion. He suffered a right brain stroke in 2012 which paralyzed the left side of his body.
I like the quadrant control of the air input and the stability it provides. I also like quality of the product.
Perhaps the fact that the material can be punctured or cut and also lack of detailed instructions as to the initial setup of the cushion for someone who has never worked with Roho cushions previously.
Reviewed on 10/04/2016
julie a. from laclede, mo
I am a T-6 which means that I am paralyzed from just under the breast down.
It helps you sit up higher in the seat, I no longer hunker down in my seat.
None so far
Reviewed on 04/02/2016
harry w. from plano, tx
I have had a rip in one at the top of an air cushion where it couldn't be repaired.
Reviewed on 10/08/2015
roger p. from sulphur, la (caregiver)
My 72 year old wife is chair-bound. This ROHO cushion works very well for her.
Appears to be very well made.
If it has any weakness other than price, I have not found one yet.
Reviewed on 06/11/2015
jim f. from cullowhee, nc
71 years old, on dialysis, very uncomfortable; in dialysis four and a half hours, three days a week. Various people recommended this cushion
Have tried different air pressures, doesn't perform as advertised.
Reviewed on 06/06/2015
larry h. from kirbyville, tx (caregiver)
92 Year old mother that stayed slumped down in her wheelchair and the Roho help to keep her settin up straight
Reviewed on 02/28/2015
charles p. from collinsville, ms (caregiver)
My husband had a ruptured anterior cerebral artery aneurysm 4 years ago and has lost the ability to sit up by himself.
The bottom is floating, preventing pain and eventual sores while the contour hold the legs so the patient can sit without sliding out of the wheelchair.
The cushion really needs a small pressure gauge so the cushion may be filled precisely each time it loses air. That would make it a lot easier for the caregiver and patient alike.
Reviewed on 01/21/2015
william l. from middletown, nj
Tetraplegic, 25 years post injury
The seat cushion has your Ischials suspended above a cutout made by using smaller cells. Anyone with hemmoroids or decubitus inside the area gets relief via less pressure
This is my third in 12 years. Leaks are difficult to patch. Buy a second cover for accidents.
Reviewed on 08/28/2014