Headrest For Wheelchair

$ 249.00

Universal Headrest For Wheelchair

Suitable for electric wheelchairs and manual wheelchairs
Easily attached
Install Time: 4-6 mins

  • Good quality
  • Aluminium
  • 22mm clamps to fit most ewc and manual
  • FREE delivery

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Electric Universal Headrest for Wheelchair

The universal headrest for wheelchair is a manual wheelchair headrest and a headrest for electric wheelchair.

They protect your neck and head and should be used when traveling in a taxi or public transport.

The headrest for weelchair fits perfectly well on manual or power wheelchairs with push buttons to swivel the headrest adjustment to your comfort.

UV protected in black breathable quality Oxford fabric.

The detachable wheelchair headrest provides cushioning to your head or neck, while supporting your neck and having a wheelchair head rest you may also be reducing pressure on the spine and back.

Benefits may include relief from neck strain or pain and extra lateral support. Our headrests are made from high-quality Oxford fabric, are comfortable to use and easy to clean to remove oils and stains.

Attaching Head Rests

Attaching the head rest hardware is a breeze and only takes about 7 minutes. Featuring a easy-to-use levers, the headrest hardware allows for precise fitting to user neck requirements.

The attachment clamp fits most power assisted lightweight wheelchairs and manual wheechairs. Ideal for 20mm or 25mm tubing

Ideal addition for NDIS and myagedcare users to support your either your head and neck.

High quality asurance by abbicare

Using wheelchair headrest advice

If you require head/neck support to maintain balance in an upright position when travelling in a modified vehicle, seek advice from your occupational therapist.

Frequent public transport users should use a universal wheelchair headrest.

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If you are a person that does not require a headrest but travels regularly in modified vehicles such as taxis etc then read an abstract about the effects of wheelchair headrest use on head and neck during rear impact here