A Tilt-in-Space provides a change in position for individuals who cannot maintain pelvic, trunk, head position, and/or balance against gravity for prolonged periods of time.
Tilt causes you to shift from your bottom to your back, which can also aid in preventing postural collapse where individuals are at risk for respiratory or digestive complications. A Tilt-in-space provides weight shift/pressure redistribution by increasing the seating surface area, and redistributing pressure away from critical areas under the pelvis.
In an upright, seated posture, the majority of the body’s weight is at the seat surface interface.
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