In last month's article, I wrote about cushion considerations for seating a client with a pelvic obliquity. This month, I would like to continue with this practical approach to look at cushion considerations when seating a client with a posterior pelvic tilt.
Posted on 2011-03-30
Last month, I talked about the importance of the hands on assessment as a mat assessment provides so much information regarding a client's seating needs. It is a step in the assessment process that cannot be missed.
Posted on 2011-03-18
In last month's article, I talked about the goals of seating and considerations for generic seating product parameters to achieve seating goals for your client. This month, I would like to take a practical approach so that you can see how choice of a cushion can help to achieve seating goals. Let's take the example of a client with a pelvic obliquity.
Posted on 2011-03-18
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