Posterior pelvic tilt

- Shape up in Prio 3A


A posterior pelvic tilt is often combined with tight Hamstrings which further complicates achieving a stable and supported position.

Adjust the 3A back support by fine tuning the angles at the lumbar and hip, this will help to support the individual in a more upright posture by allowing a little more space at the hip angle and working with the straps. Then adjust the lumbar angle to bring the individual into a more upright posture in their thoracic trunk for improved head positioning and greater eye contact.




2. Dynamic Posterior Pelvic Support

Automatically relieves the tension in the reclined position and re-tightens in the active position. Adjust the height to the level of PSIS.

3. Tension Adjustable Back Straps

Make sure the user has good contact with the back support. Adjust the contour with the tension adjustable back straps.

13. Comfort Tilt Lock

This function ensures the same preset tilt position. There are four alternative settings (0°, 4°, 8° or 12°). Choose one position that is frequently used, for activity or rest. Not in combination with Etac Prio electrical tilt.

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