Christian and his team of support workers would like to develop a headrest that stabilises his neck as he moves his head forward and laterally. His current headrest only supports his neck when his head is upright and not tilted.
Team ‘TechNeck’ made a robotic wheelchair headrest for Christian that will move with his head to provide lateral support. This design can be mounted on any wheelchair. It features adjustable pivot points, an on-off switch, and a quick removable mechanism. The concept allows Christian to move his head into the position he wants with support, which may decrease his pain and discomfort long term.
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