• Human-Translated Fact Sheets and Video
  • Large Print

Pelvic Restraint

Results: 4

Cushion Slider Belt (Model 303210)

The Cushion Slider Belt, model 303210, is a belt restraint designed to prevent people who use wheelchairs from sliding. This foam-padded belt secures at the waist and includes a soft, padded crotch piece to help prevent sliding. A removable urine-proof crotch pad cover is included. SIZES: Universal.

Hip Belt (Models 31446, 31447, 31448, 31451, 31452, & 31453)

The Hip Belt is a pelvic restraint designed to aid in the proper positioning of the hips for people who use wheelchairs. The cushioned nylon straps connect with hook-and-loop material and attach to the wheelchair with grommets. Models 31446, 31447, and 31448 have single D-ring adjustment loops. Models 31451, 31452, and 31453 have double D-ring adjustment loops. SIZES: Both styles come in small, medium, and large.

Pelvic Holder (Models 303311, 303312, 303321, & 303322)

The Pelvic Holder is a pelvic restraint designed to prevent individuals who use wheelchairs from sliding, leaning forward, or leaning laterally. The tapered hour-glass design fits comfortably between the user's legs and a waist strap secures behind the wheelchair. Models 303311and 303312 are made of poly weave and models 303321 and 303322 are made of CooLine Mesh. SIZES: Models 303311 and 303321 are small-medium and models 303312 and 303322 are medium-large.

Sidelyer Strap, H-Straps, & Pelvic Strap

The Sidelyer Strap, H-Strap, and Pelvic Strap are restraint and positioning belts designed for use in conjunction with the large foam positioning shapes by the manufacturer (see separate entries). The straps are fabricated of Evazote foam for cushioning ithout bottoming out. The Sidelyer Strap is designed to support the body in proper alignment when positioned on its side. It comes in Adult and Child models, both available with a hole for a gastrostomy tube. The H-Straps form a harness and are u

Parent Category: Body Restraints

Driving Walking/Biking Public Transit  Get Directions