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Empowering Technicians: Leckey Mygo Seat - Technical Tips for Mobility and Therapy Setup

The Mygo Seat continues to be the best modular seating for the pediatric cerebral palsy population on the market today. Where we are able to in-service with clinicians, there is always a positive response to the versatility and postural benefits that can be achieved when correctly set up. Feedback on some of the challenges that ATPs and techs have in the field that limit the exposure of this product will be addressed in this webinar. This includes assembly, common setup adjustments, and interfacing the seating with both Mobility (ZIPPIE IRIS) and Therapy (HiLo) bases.

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