- Footrest, wheel chair : Footrest is a Wheel chair component that are usually incorporated into the frame of the manual or battery -powered chair as part of the design. Cross-brace folding chairs often have footrests which swivel, flip up, and/or can be removed.

A variety of footrest assemblies are available on both types of wheelchairs. They may be a rigid single unit, 90 degree-90 degree platforms, folding, flip-up, detachable, adjustable length, hemi- height, or have a combination of features.

Ref: 123459/2006-10-14


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