Broda Pedal Chair

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The Broda Pedal Chair is ergonomically designed to encourage self-mobility. It’s an excellent option for residents who can self propel within a facility and allows a proper foot on floor position. The Pedal Chair is a comfortable, safe, and stable alternative to an indoor wheelchair.

It is ideal for long-term care facilities and acute-care facilities for:

  • Residents who are self-mobile, but lack strength and stability.
  • Residents requiring light to medium levels of care.

The floor to seat height adjustment accommodates both short and tall residents, adjusting from 12.5″ to 17.5″.

For rocking features, see the Pedal Rocker Chair model.


Standard Features
1. armrests with independent height adjustment within a 4-inch range
2. height-adjustable seat
3. 4, 5″ casters, including 2 fixed rear casters with brakes
4. padded neckrest cushion and lower side pads
Standard Dimensions
1. seat height: adjustable from 12.5″ to 17.5″
2. seat width: 18″ or 20″
3. seat depth: 17″
Custom Dimensions
1. seat width: 16″, 22″, 24″, 26″, or 28″
2. seat height: 19.5″, 20.5″, 21.5″ on Basic chair frame
3. seat depth: 15.5″, 18.5″, or 20″
4. back length: 33.5″, 35″, 36″, 38″, or 40″
With up to 18° of infinitely adjustable seat tilt, the Pedal Chair aids in preventing
residents who foot propel from pulling themselves off the seat without the use of
restraints. The tilt-in-space design allows infinite positioning in a constant amount of
space, preventing slumping and sliding without use of restraints.


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The bed is just wonderful, especially with this mattress.  I am sleeping great again, despite being much sicker now and more pain–recovering slowly from 9 weeks of the destructive basic bed I had.  The bed works great, looks nice, and allows much greater comfort with 3-platform design.  The retractable feature is really useful for table access, and when furniture is moved into room, gives me best access.

-- Gail

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