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Lisa Seating System

Reclining Transport Wheelchair

  • Caster swivel wheel locks come as a standard option
  • Single footplate for quick set-up
  • Tie down anchor points are integrated into the frame design
  • WC-19 crash test compliant and bus transportable
  • Zippered padding allows for easy adjustment of lap belts and harnesses
  • One-step wheel locks
  • Integrated tip assist
  • Reinforced nylon upholstery
  • Choose from a large selection of accessories for proper positioning
  • Available in two sizes
  • Adjustable seat depth and lower leg length allows for growth with the child
  • Reinforced nylon upholstery keeps the child in the best position

The Lisa is a compact folding stroller made of aluminum. It is extremely stable and can carry weight of up to 60 kg / 132 lbs. As a result even heavy children and adolescents are easy to accommodate. Thanks to an array of adjustment options, the Lisa can be adapted to children's individual needs and therefore allows for optimum positioning.

Reinforced Nylon Upholstery for a Better Upright Posture

To promote a better upright posture in the child, the Lisa now features reinforced nylon upholstery. Seat depth, lower leg length and back height can be adjusted for different body sizes. This means the Lisa can be used over longer periods of time. The back rest angle can be adjusted by 30° so that the child can also assume a relaxed position while the stroller moves. The Lisa can be combined with a large variety of accessories for different clinical indications and abilities, making it the ideal choice for a wide range of patient.

The Lisa rehab stroller features swiveling front wheels and is available in two different sizes for children aged 3 to 8 or 6 to 16. Thanks to its small folding size, the Lisa is very easy to transport. High-quality wheels with good rolling characteristics make the stroller highly maneuverable and easy to push. The stroller is easy to use in everyday situations thanks to other practical features such as the central hand brake, the tip-assist and integrated strap attachment points (anchor points) for transporting the child in a motor vehicle for the disabled.

U.S. HCPCS Code: E1236

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