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    Raz with the pressure-relief seat. Hard to beat, especially if you lack trunk stability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mize View Post
    Raz with the pressure-relief seat. Hard to beat, especially if you lack trunk stability.
    Are you referring to the Visco-Foam seat or something more custom? How much pressure relief does it provide for someone that had a flap surgery and is therefore a little more susceptible than he should be? My OT suggested that I use a custom made Roho cushion instead, but I hate the idea of transferring on and off of it, and I can only imagine it wouldn't be cheap.

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