The reclining wheelchair MVP 502 (KM-5000.2)
allows the wheelchair user to lie back and relieve pressure
. Unfortunately, sliding is a common problem with reclining wheelchairs. Whenever the wheelchair reclines or returns to an upright position, the user’s back slides against the back of the wheelchair, creating a shearing action. It is not only uncomfortable but may lead to skin breakdown and pressure sores. In addition to poor positioning and less stability, sliding puts the user at risk of falling off and sustaining injuries. The innovative anti-sliding design
of the MVP 502 effectively prevents the wheelchair user from sliding on the chair.
KEY BENEFITS OF THE KM-5000.2 RECLINING MANUAL WHEELCHAIR
- The articulating leg rest extends in length as it elevates
- Innovative anti-sliding design of the MVP 502 effectively prevents the wheelchair user from sliding on the chair
- The V-shaped seat slopes downwards at a 20 degree angle near the backrest to help reduce forward sliding and pressure sores