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For many individuals who are low-functioning, comfort and support is key for spending a majority of their life in a wheelchair. While going over a large bump or significant crevice, the body can have a reaction of muscle spasms causing discomfort and tightness throughout every muscle in the body. Often this results in a loss of proper positioning that is crucial to aliment and sink integrity. This is a common body reaction for someone being a high level quadriplegic or a low-functioning individual. A common side effect for an individual in a wheelchair is atrophy to the muscle structure system. The longer period of time an individual spends his or her life in a wheelchair, the more their muscle padding is broken down. Unlike able-bodied persons whose muscles can endure everyday activities, atrophied muscles lack a cushion to absorb shock. Even though some manual chairs have rear suspension systems, certain types, such as the Tilt-N-Space, lack this feature. We aim to address this problem head-on.  

MSF is proud to have an MSF Connect Partnership with QuadshoX, LLC.  Any purchases made referencing MSF will result in a revenue share from QuadshoX, LLC to MSF!  

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Please feel free to contact QuadshoX, LLC 

Phone: +1 970-581-8766

Website: http://www.quadshox.com

 

 

 



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