Therapeutic Proctological Anti-Decubitus Horisontal Cushion Detensor
The therapeutic seat cushion (orthosis) is designed to improve blood circulation microcirculation in the pelvic organs, eliminate pain in the coccygeal-sacral and lumbar spine and normalize the tone of the gluteal muscles in a sitting position. The therapeutic cushion on the seat Detensor is indispensable for a wheelchair (has anti-decubitus effect), for professions associated with prolonged sitting (drivers, office workers, cool-center workers, dispatchers, etc.),
The horizontal seat cushion prevents excessive moisture in the seat area. In addition, there is relief in the area of the ischial* humps. This promotes blood circulation and energy supply in the legs. The users rate these effects as very positive. Thanks to specially arranged ribs on the surface, the seated person is permanently pressed against the backrest due to their own body weight. This prevents a negative change in the center of gravity. The ventilation in the cushion is optimal because the air channels, the air enriched with moisture from sweating, are vented from the seating area. This ventilation of the cushion protects against pressure ulcers and significantly increases comfort.
The therapeutic cushion on the seat Detensor is indispensable for a wheelchair (has anti-decubitus effect), for professions associated with long-term sitting (drivers, office workers, cool-center workers, dispatchers, etc.).
The cushion design has a special shape that gently supports the hips and buttocks, which ensures normal blood circulation in the legs.
It is recommended for the prevention of the development of various diseases, including chronic (osteochondrosis) coccygeal-sacral and lumbar spine.
It is difficult to overestimate the effect of this helpful pad for people with disabilities. When transferring from a wheelchair to a work or home chair and vice versa, you just need to shift the therapeutic cushion from one seat to another.
Using the seat orthosis horizontally in a wheelchair: When using a wheelchair, we recommend compensating for the height difference by rounding off the seat of a wheelchair (e.g. with a blanket).
- – The ischium forms the lower and back part of the hip bone. Situated below the ilium and behind the pubis, it is one of these three bones whose fusion creates the hip.