How many times do you change position during the day?
Even if you’re sitting at a desk for hours on end, you tuck your legs under your chair, you slouch, you stretch your legs out and more.
Individuals who can’t adjust their position are at risk, even if their seating system reclines.
The risks can lead to pressure, friction and postural issues that affect digestion, breathing, vision, circulation, skin health, balance and comfort.
Tilt-in-space alleviates these issues.
Tilt-in-space refers to the movement of the seat base and seat back as one unit, with no change in angle at the user’s hip.
This free guide explains how tilt-in-space helps mitigates the risks individuals face with typical seating systems. The guide only takes 5 minutes to read, and you’ll learn:
- Why tilt-in-space is better than recline
- How tilt-in-space simplifies pressure management
- Why handling and assisted positioning are easier with tilt-in-space
- How tilt-in-space improves digestion, breathing, vision, circulation, skin health, balance and comfort
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