CHRISTINE KENT - STORY OF SURVIVAL
I am most comfortable in a ROHO Cushion considering that I'm a T-12 Paraplegic and I have a Pelvic tilt from being run over. I'm really into Handcycling now and the ROHO gives me such a smooth ride absorbing all the bumps from the road. I've tried other cushions, they were not a...Read More
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Hampton, GA, United States
James V Potter, Ph.D.
Anderson, CA, USA
Jackson, NJ, USA
I got a pressure sore 12 years ago using a J2 gel cushion and never knew how much a ROHO can change your life. Its very comfortable and I have never had another sore. I travel all over the US playing tennis and I would not be able to do so with out a ROHO keeping me from getting a sore.
Cushion has helped mitigate the tissue pain in my bottom, however, I would make one very important suggestion: put the valve on the right side rather than in the front so one can reach it themselves! Having to have one's caregiver reach down between one's legs to open and close the valve does not do a great deal for one's self-respect.
Roho wheelchair cushions are superior, by far. I have been paralyzed, T12L1, since 1972 and have tried many different seating devices during those almost 39 years. I have been using the high-profile Roho for probably over 25 years, and have found it to be the best alternative for seating in my active lifestyle, sitting 12 to 16 hour per day. Go Roho! You Rock!