February 2020

Rigid Frame Wheelchairs – Frame Angle and Inset

Rigid Frame Wheelchairs – Frame Angle and Inset

Last month, Clinical Corner addressed frame length in rigid frame wheelchairs. The difference between standard and classic frame lengths and the resulting effects on wheelbase, turning radius and maneuverability were reviewed. If you missed that article, click here to read it. This month, Clinical Corner will address frame angle and front inset on rigid frame wheelchairs and some of the key considerations associated with them.


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