Broda’s Encore Rehab Wheelchair is a new level of seating customization with a universal seating system now shipping on-chair with the Matrx® Seating Series. The Encore Rehab allows clinicians to customize this Broda wheelchair to meet the seating and positioning needs of each client.
The Encore enables users to still self-propel via pedaling with their feet increasing their mobility and independence. A Hemi style low floor-to-seat height combined with ergonomic front pivot tilt provides ergonomic proper foot-on-floor placement. The Encore Rehab enables individuals for efficient movement and allows them to continue to socialize and engage with their surroundings, maintaining their quality of life.
The Encore Rehab comes standard with a dynamic rocking feature that has been seen to reduce depression, anxiety, and even reduction in pain specifically for those with Dementia or Alzheimer’s conditions (source). The dynamic rocking feature is caregiver activated and the tension adjustable for patient safety.
Broda’s up to 33˚ of infinitely adjustable tilt-in-space combined with a proper seating provides therapeutic pressure redistribution aiding in the treatment of pressure ulcers, and pain management enhancing a user’s comfort and quality of life.
Medicare HCPCS Code E1161*
- Universal Seating System (Solid Seat Pan & Open Back Canes)
- E1161 HCPCS
- 16 Gauge Powder Coated Tubular Steel Frame
- 33° Infinitely Adjustable Tilt in Space
- 16″, 18″, 20″, 22″ Seat Width
- 16″, 17″, 18″, 19″ and 20″ Seat Depth
- 16″, 18″, 21″, and 24″ Back Canes Height
- 5°, 10°, 15° and 20° Angle Adjustable Back Canes
- 14″, 15″, 16″, 17″, 18″, 19″ Floor-to-Seat-Heights (Adjustable)
- 20″ or 22″ Front Mounted Mag Wheels
- Height Adjustable Armrests
- 2 x 5″ Total Locking Casters
- 2 x 5″ Aluminum Non-locking Casters
- 250 lb. Weight Capacity
- Accessory Bag (Custom Embroidery Optional)
- Half Tray
- Thigh Belt
- O2 Holder
- Long Armrests
- IV Pole
- Depth Adjustable Armrests
- Quick-Release Axle Mag Wheels
- Watson, N. M., Wells, T. J., & Cox, C. (1998). Rocking chair therapy for dementia patients: Its effect on psychosocial well-being and balance. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 13(6), 296–308.
*Government funding codes supplied are for reference only and do not ensure coverage or payment. The government funding codes provided are based on our interpretation of the code definitions. Government funding codes are not intended to be, nor should be considered billing or legal advice. Providers are responsible for determining the appropriate billing codes when submitting claims to the government program and should consult an attorney or another advisor to discuss specific situations in further detail.