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Importance of Correct Harnessing

The importance of correct harnessing should not be underestimated; without it, the client’s pre-existing conditions could worsen and new disorders could develop. Proper harnessing is imperative to both aid normal growth and development and for the occupant’s own (and others) safety.

Why Kinetic Balance?

Kinetic Balance harnessing was founded in 2009 as a collaboration between sports and rehabilitation professionals. They created a range of harnessing which combined their knowledge of individual seating solutions with the latest technology in sports and water sports. It is this innovative approach which makes their harnessing so unique.

Abduction Positioning Harness

  • Harness
  • Features
  • Uses and Purpose
  • Sizing
  • Assessment Form
  • Washing/Care

Covered clamps (KB original). This offers a multitude of benefits including enhanced safety by inhibiting the occupant from unclipping themselves; less dirt and debris from entering the buckle; more comfortable by stopping the harsh buckle from rubbing skin; and a less clinical, more attractive appearance.
Manufactured from CR grade neoprene which is the highest quality, most waterproof style of neoprene. This ensures the harness is both water and dirt repellent but also highly comfortable.
Multi pack of fixings to allow fitting to various chairs and applications.
Grip material to help prevent slipping.
Numbered fixing straps to ensure the harness is fitted symmetrically and consistently correct.
Printed cleaning and washing instructions. CE marking in compliance with Directive 93/42/EEG on Medical Devices.
Printed sizing to avoid confusion.

The Kinetic Balance abduction harness has been specifically designed to help support the pelvis. The harness secures around each thigh, gently providing resistance to keep the pelvis down and in the correct position. It is particularly helpful for clients who go into extensive patterns without putting additional strain on the stomach/pelvis.

Hand-wash at a maximum of 30°C. Do not tumble-dry. Check the product for wear on the webbing, belts and padded parts on a weekly basis. Check the level of attachment and tension of the webbing daily.