Two and four anchor points
Two points belts are essential to a symmetrical positioning, avoiding the retroversion of the pelvis. Four points belts, thanks to two additional anchor straps,
avoid sliding upward of the pelvic girdle, getting an effective response to those who want to limit the anteversion of the pelvis. Abduction strap also available.
Two points belts: suitable for hypotonic patients (anchorage between the 45° and 90°). Four points belts: the secondary bands (smaller) serve to stabilize and keep the primaries ones (bigger) in place to avoid slipping towards the abdomen or losing the correct position. This is a more incisive containment, for patients with many dystonias, twitching, uncontrolled movements, or for cases of pelvic rotation and pelvic obliquity.
The buckle is made of plastic or metal. Different sizes available. The angles of attack on the wheelchair have a direct effect on the angle of traction at the pelvic level.