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Clinical Justification for Tilt-In-Space Mobility Chairs with low floor-to-Seat Heights and Caregiver activated rocking.


Criteria for Individuals who present with one or more of the following conditions:


A. Individuals who self-propel and are at risk for falls or injuries when using a non-tilting wheelchair



Broda tilt-in-space mobility wheelchairs are designed to accommodate patients who self–propel and require the benefits of tilt-in-space. With a shortened seat height and front pivot point, our mobility chairs provide proper foot to floor placement which places individuals in an ergonomically correct position for self-propulsion. Tilting the seating surface in a posterior direction maximizes the bodies weight and gravity, allowing the patient to remain seated, upright and engaged in functional activities. Leaning the patient in a posterior direction provides proper seating alignment, decreasing patient fatigue, and postural deviations.  Patient falls can be significantly reduced by the decrease in postural deviations and improvement of postural support and stability,

B. Mild agitation and/or tendency to rock

The Pedal Rocker provides a caregiver activated gentle rocking motion that helps to calm agitation and create a soothing effect on the patient. The low adjustable seat to floor height allows for a proper foot on floor position, enabling the resident to maintain the freedom of mobility.


C. Mild Rigidity

The rocking motion of the Pedal Rocker helps to absorb rigid movements to enhance the comfort and safety of the resident. Additionally, the rocking tension can be adjusted by the caregiver to accommodate the changing position of the resident.

“There are many excellent features on Broda’s chairs and the best way to start to help your clients is to begin building a relationship with this company. For the right client, Broda’s chairs are the perfect solution.”

Richard W., OTR/L, ATP |New York, USA

"Prior to using Broda's Elite Tilt Recliner, there were issues with safety for getting the resident out of the chair, safety for staff lifting her in, either manual/mechanical; comfort, keeping her in the chair, inability to get her body over the sides.

The chair sides raise to prevent her from throwing her legs/body over the sides; same with the extra padding along her leg area that is raised. The tilt puts her buttock in a comfortable position, but also makes it extremely difficult to push out. The chair sides also swing out to assist with ease of the mechanical tilt.

Broda's chair has given her a reason to want to get up and she enjoys her chair now. When we are using the mechanical lift she remains calm because she wants to get in it and will stay longer safely and comfortably! Staff can safely lift and position her without worrying about injuring themselves."

J. C., Unit Manager, RN |Campobello Island, NB

"As a Social Worker in a long term care setting I want to ensure my residents have the ultimate in comfort. Upon actually getting to test one myself, I realize Broda is the ultimate in comfort for any geriatric population including ours. As the number of Broda's chairs grow, so does the comfort and improved skin integrity of our residents."

Colleen M., Social Worker |Brookfield, WI

“What a difference now that Mom is safe and comfortable. It gives me peace of mind to know that she is sitting in one of Broda's chairs. My only regret is that I did not get this chair sooner for her.”

Bill L., Family Member ; fmr. Executive Director of Canadian Assistive Devices Association |Toronto, ON

"Our gliders [Tranquille Auto-Locking Gliders] are always disappearing out of our common areas and end up in our patients' rooms We don't know how they get there, but they love them and prefer sitting in them more than anything else. One patient with a back injury told us this was the only chair he could sit comfortably in. He wanted to take it home with him after his rehabilitation was complete."

Josiah D., Facility Administrator |Pocatello, ID