STANDING EQUIPMENT - page 1

Supine Configuration
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standing Equipment
MYGO Stander
For some children, standing therapy is more difficult to achieve due to
the postural challenges they face. The Leckey Mygo Stander encourages
a natural standing posture with improved function for children aged 4
to 14 years.
S-1
Model No.
SOBM1
SOBM2
Age range
4 - 10 years
8 - 14 years
User's height, cm
108 - 145
135 - 170
Chest support height, cm
76 - 108
98 - 130
Chest width, cm
16 - 28
20 - 32
Hip support height, cm
46 - 73
62 - 87.5
Hip width, cm
22 - 33
28 - 39
Footplace angle
10
o
10
o
Max. knee contracture accommodated
25
o
25
o
Tray height range, cm
0 - 15
0 - 15
Tray angle adjustment
45
o
45
o
Max. user weight, kg
50
60
Product weight, kg
22
25
Product angle range - Prone
0
o
to 80
o
0
o
to 80
o
Product angle range - Supine
0
o
to 80
o
0
o
to 80
o
Overall length, cm
97.8
113
Overall width, cm
63
65
Features:
• 2 sizes, for children aged 4 - 10 and 8 - 14
• Angle of stander changes from prone to supine
• Angle of the knee and foot supports relative to the hip and chest
supports adjustable by 20 degrees to accommodate contractures
• Novel swinging footplate mechanically links movement of footplate
to movement of knee support. Allows user to stand in fully supported
position with hips and knees flexed, taking strain off the hamstrings
and other contracted muscles.
• Innovative V-shaped design of knee support reduces load bearing
on the patella
• Four colours to choose from: blue, pink, orange and black
• Tool-free adjustments
• Available with a range of accessories (full list on next page)
Prone Configuration
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Ergonomically designed chest pad replicates shape of rib cage allowing
shoulder girdle to freely protract and retract in prone standing, improving upper
body function.
2.
Height adjustable knee supports available with a range of tibia straps. Their
V-shaped design ensures a wide range of knee shapes and sizes can be
accommodated in comfort while distributing pressure.
3.
Adjustable footplates with non slip surface linked to and move with the knee
supports, which maintains the angle between the feet and the knees as
the footplates move relative to the hip support. Footplates can be adjusted
individually to accommodate up to 10º plantarfkexion or dorsiflexion.
4.
Wraparound flexible chest laterals support upper body in either prone, upright or
supine standing with minimum obstruction.
5.
Pelvic de-rotation belt enables therapist to position the client's pelvis in a
central and neutral position with minimum effort. A gluteal prompt provides a
proprioceptive sense of security to the client.
6.
Height adjustable supine knee supports attached using a buckle mechanism and
have split straps which self align above and below the patella. Basic knee straps
can also be used in supine.
7.
Wings on the contoured shoulder support can be angle adjusted to provide
shoulder protraction. This brings the hands to midline which increases upper
limb and hand control for improved function.
8.
Headrest support bracket compatible with a range of head supports.
Mygo Stander in prone configuration
SOBM1 in prone configuration
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