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Parsons ADL Soft Transfer Swivel Cushion

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Parsons ADL Soft Transfer Swivel Cushion

Use it as a Swivel Seat for Car

A soft transfer device that swivels and adjusts to the curvature of the seat. When getting in and out of a car is difficult due to back pain or sore hips, the 17 in (43 cm) diameter car seat cushion is a great seating option. You simply swivel into position while keeping your back straight. For added comfort, the upper surface is coated in breathable Bucktex. For enhanced safety, the bottom is made of an anti-slip substance. It's quite light and portable, making it easy to move. Up to 300 pound weight carrying load (140kg). Only navy blue is available. The thickness is 1/2 inch (13 mm).

Benefit from Pillow for Car Seat

When you utilize your hip (for example, when you go for a run), a cushion of cartilage protects the hip bone from friction as it moves in its socket.

The hip joint isn't unbreakable, despite its strength. The cartilage might wear down or be injured as a result of age and use. Hip muscles and tendons might become overworked. Hip bones can break as a result of a fall or other injury. Hip discomfort can be caused by any of these conditions.

If your hips are bothering you, here's an overview of what could be causing your pain and how to relieve it.

Increase your comfort from Swivel Seat Cushion

Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are two of the most prevalent causes of hip discomfort, particularly among the elderly. Arthritis of the hip joint causes inflammation and the breakdown of the cartilage that cushions your hip bones. The discomfort increases with time. The hips of people with arthritis are tight and have a limited range of motion. Find out more about osteoarthritis of the hip.

Hip fractures are rather common. Bones can become weak and fragile as they age. During a fall, weak bones are more prone to break.

Bursitis. Bursae are liquid-filled sacs located between bones, muscles, and tendons. They reduce the friction caused by these tissues rubbing against each other. Bursae can cause pain when they become inflamed. Bursitis is most commonly caused by repetitive activities that overwork or irritate the hip joint. Find out more about hip bursitis.

About Manufacturer

Whether you have arthritis, a hip replacement, or are disabled, we can help. Whether you're caring for a loved one who is returning home from the hospital or has a proclivity for wandering... Whether you're looking for assistive goods for your clients who have a variety of disabilities... Parsons ADL Inc. offers you over 1100 new items to better your daily lives through our growing Dealer Network of over 800 home healthcare specialists across Canada and the United States. Our delivery timeframes are among the best in the business because many of our items are designed, manufactured, and assembled on-site at our factory north of Toronto.

Our expertise and outstanding client service are our trademarks. But, above all, we appreciate the relationships we've created with our customers and suppliers over the course of our 30+ years in business in Canada.


We will continue to work hard to give practical answers for individuals who require our services.

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