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The Encore Pedal Chair builds upon Broda’s legacy of comfort and reliability to provide the fullest range of mobility chair features in a more progressive design. New aesthetic and styling options suit a variety of preferences and fit the facilities of today and tomorrow.
Ergonomically designed, the Encore Pedal Chair enables patients to self-propel with their hands or feet to increase mobility and independence. Broda’s combination of comfort tension setaing, 25˚ of infinitely adjustable tilt-in-space seating and unique feature set provides therapeutic pressure redistribution aiding in the treatment of pressure ulcers, and pain management providing enhanced patient comfort and quality of life.
The Encore’s adjustable Hemi style floor to seat height paired with our front pivot seat tilt provides proper foot on floor placement which enables individuals to be placed in an ergonomically correct position for self-propulsion. Optional front mount mag wheels facilitate hand propulsion allowing patients to socialize and engage with their surroundings.
Unique to the Encore, is the new short back option with adjustable headrest. This allows for even more versatility and positioning to accommodate a wide variety of individuals. With industry-leading features and functionality, the Encore Pedal Chair aids in treating multiple conditions for varying levels of care. Adjustable, removable upper lateral supports combined with seat tilt provide unsurpassed comfort and positioning and support decreasing postural deviations such as head drop, lateral lean and slumping as well as decreasing falls.
Standard Padding Configuration: Neckrest, exterior of shoulder bolsters, lower side pads Seat and back pad and interior of shoulder bolsters come standard in Savoy Black vinyl.
The interlace pattern is also available on seat and back pad.
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⚠️ WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, visit Proposition 65