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cathlene m. from townsend, mt (caregiver)
This cushion is excellent. It is used for a handicapped individuals wheelchair. The individual states it is very comfortable.
Appears well made and of good quality. Withstands a handicapped individual to slide & pivot in and out of the wheelchair several time during the day.
Reviewed on 02/26/2016
robert d. from long beach, ca
CUSHION FOR WHEELCHAIR. WIFE HAD WOUND IN CROTCH, THE "V" GROVE HELP RELIEVE PROBLEM.
IT FITS THE WHEELCHAIR PERFECTLY.
NONE, SO FAR.
Reviewed on 01/18/2015
cynthia s. from fayetteville, tn
67 years old, knee surgery needed but surgery not allowed due to high risk
Reviewed on 01/16/2015
charles k. from akron, oh
Reviewed on 11/08/2014
bruce m. from hendersonville, nc
It is what it is and done as well as possible. Very good cover.
Foam cushions are just too flexible to provide good seating alone. They need to be layered with a firmer base or foundation. When transferring, they tend to fold in two.
Reviewed on 04/30/2014
tammy s. from cocoa, fl
Middle aged obese female with severely compromised lymphatic system. Legs swell severely making walking nearly impossible.
Thinner cushion, removable & washable cover, coccyx cutout, various sizes
The only real weakness I can see that this product may have is cushion collapse. I'm not in my wheelchair at home except to do my PT exercises or if I'm visiting someone else's home & I'm not comfortable sitting on their furniture. I'm not sure how long the foam would hold up under my weight if I used it for several hours every day. Maybe if the foam was a bit firmer?
Reviewed on 12/14/2013
roy s. from new kensington, pa (caregiver)
Wife has a bed sore and nothing helped. She was in a lot of pain and got no relief until I got her this pillow.
The V shape in back to relieve pressure
I don't see a weakness.
Reviewed on 07/25/2013
paul y. from rockwall, tx
This is exactly the cushion I need. It has the v cut in the rear to keep pressure off my rear. I love it.
Its washable. The other one I had was too thick and had a solid bottom.
I dont feel there are any weaknesses to see or feel
Reviewed on 04/05/2013
alta p. from midlothian, tx (caregiver)
She is 73, and she has COPD
Reviewed on 03/04/2013
judith a. from riverside, ca (caregiver)
24 year old Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, which is a loose joint syndrome. She cannot walk for very long.
Reviewed on 01/10/2013