In our last blog focused on seating and positioning, we took a look at cushion geometry. Today we're continuing the conversation about cushion geometry with a focus on the different components of contoured cushions.
The five components are:
Adductors: Tapered or Straight
Posterior Pelvic Well
Can be rear, front, or entire length of cushion
Act as a boundary to assist with LE alignment
Minimize abduction of LEs
Benefits of straight adductors:Provides proprioceptive input and a boundary to the lateral surface of the leg to help with LE alignment
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