Bodypoint Padded 2 Point Hip Belt

For Comfortable Pelvic Positioning

Suits Any Type of Wheelchair

This bodypoint belt is designed to help stabilise the pelvis with maximum comfort. The two point hip belt is suitable when the belt is supporting users with low tone or weakness. Available with a range of tightening mechanisms and buckles to suit the needs of the individual (see Overview for details).

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Accessories

Buckle Security Cover

Finally, a way to prevent accidental belt release. These durable covers snap securely onto our metal push button buckles, limiting access by even the smallest fingers. Opens instantly with a pen tip.

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Tightening Options

Centre Pull

Operator: User or caregiver
Adjustment: Tightens at the centre buckle
Buckles: Available with the full buckle range (see below)
Applications: Clients with low muscle tone or weakness

Rear Pull

Operator: Caregiver
Adjustment: Tightens from the rear of the pad pulling toward the centre, for more severe needs
Buckles: Side release, metal push button and compact buckles
Applications: Clients with high muscle tone. Counters pelvic rotation by allowing the caregiver to position one side of the pelvis, lock it in place and then position the other side.

Dual Pull

Operator: User or caregiver
Adjustment: Tightens from both sides of the centre buckle
Buckles: Side release only
Applications: Clients requiring greater adjustment range and to accommodate clothing and weight changes

Buckle Types

Rehab Latch: Lightweight, strong, low profile, easy to operate with limited hand function
Plastic Side Release: Lightweight, secure snap action
Compact Push-button: Firm button prevents accidental release
Plastic Push-button: Low profile and easy to release
Metal Push Button: Very easy release action

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ISO Standards Approval

Australian Standards have been developed to ensure equipment meets recognised safety and reliability criteria. To achieve this status, equipment must pass a series of tests in which it is put under difficult conditions that are designed to be similar to those that the child or adult may face when the equipment is used. For example, wheelchairs are tested for safhas gained Australian Standard acceptance, it provides a sense of satisfaction and reassurance that it is safe to be used and will do the job.

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