For Riders With Spina Bifida

Riders with spina bifida use the GRIT Freedom Chair to move beyond the pavement. The chair is appropriate for riders with a wide range of ability levels.

He took it out on the rocks behind him in the picture and it was AMAZING!!
— Michael's mom
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Benefits of the GRIT Freedom Chair for riders with Spina Bifida

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Reduced shoulder strain

The GRIT Freedom Chair's lever drive uses an ergonomic motion that engages large muscle groups in the chest and shoulders. This can help prevent the shoulder and arm injuries that plague regular wheelchair users.

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Fun to ride

The easy to push lever drive takes the physical stress out of pushing yourself around, helping you to focus on enjoying your environment and the friends and family you're exploring it with. Enjoy the outdoors again!

Spina Bifida Freedom Chair FAQ

Will I be comfortable in the chair? 

The seat is angled backwards (dumped) 14 degrees from horizontal and the seat back is angled 7 degrees back from vertical. These features keep you secure in a comfortable riding position.

The tension-adjustable straps in the seatback can be tightened or loosed to your comfort.

 

Have another question? Contact us or check out our more general FAQ.

We're here to help

We'd love to connect via email, telephone, Skype, or FaceTime to go over the GRIT Freedom Chair and to answer any questions you have. As the designers of the GRIT Freedom Chair, we love talking with people like you! 

Send us an email

info@gogrit.us

Want to talk right now?  

Give us a call at 877-345-4748 (weekdays 10am-6pm EST) 

Want to talk later? 

Fill out the easy request form below and we'll call you then.


 
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