Designed for Comfort and Protection
Vicair O2 Wheelchair Cushions
Vicair SmartCell Technology
Smartcells are Tetrahedron shaped cells filled with air. In each Vicair wheelchair cushion you will find hundreds of SmartCells, resulting in optimal pressure redistribution and stability. Cells can be added and removed for customisation if required.
100% Machine Washable
For optimal hygiene caused by sweat or incontinence. This wheelchair cushion is 100% Machine washable at 60°C without removing the SmartCells (Do not spin or tumble dry).
This wheelchair cushion is 100% Breathable for comfort, optimal micro-climate temperature, heat transfer and moisture regulation. This feature reduces the risk of skin tissue deformation, and pressure injury.
Lower maintenance with no pump inflation required
A Vicair cushion contains 100’s of SmartCells in multiple compartments, the SmartCells require no daily pressure monitoring or pump inflation and come with a lifetime warranty on the SmartCells.
Set up quickly and easily
Sit on it in less than a minute out of the box.
A Quick Set-up guide assists the user to install their cushion correctly.
Only adjust cells if required. No pump inflation needed.
On average the Vicair cushions weigh less than 800 grams each. This makes them the lightest high performing wheelchair cushion by far.
Ready for Use
The Vicair wheelchair cushions are designed to be set-up quick and easy. With the Covid-19 lock-down you can order a cushion form Morton & Perry and get it send straight to your client. The quick set-up guide guides them through the set-up.
For the Active Wheelchair User
Vicair Active O2
This Vicair Active O2 wheelchair air cushion is designed for the active wheelchair user. Being super lightweight at only 1.25kg average, it offers the unique combination of ergonomically shaped foam at the front and Vicair SmartCells in the rear sacral area.
For the User that Requires Stability
Vicair Vector O2
This Vicair Vector O2 pressure relief cushion is ultra light (725g average) and offers support where needed. It has nine adjustable compartments for maximum stability and provides extra positioning support for the thighs, resulting in improved functionality of the upper body and expanding reach.
For Users With Body Asymmetry
Vicair Adjuster O2
Vicair Adjuster O2 is an ideal wheelchair cushion for wheelchair users with body asymmetry. It automatically manages small obliquities and is individually adjustable to support those with more extreme asymmetry.
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“My background in special needs teaching and then 7 years at St John is proving invaluable in my role at Morton and Perry. I love meeting lots of different people and changing their lives for the better – with often just one piece of equipment.
I’m Looking forward to the new technology that’s coming in the near future to make a difference even more.”
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Otago trained and really privileged to have worked in many counties and many areas of Physiotherapy, it’s been a such a good choice for me. I feel like I’ve had many mini careers under the Physio banner. Community PT, Rotational, MSK, Admission avoidance, Manual handling coordinator, Wheelchair and Posture therapist… the list really does go on. While in the UK I completed the post graduate qualification of “Complex postural assessment”. I officially became a wheelchair and posture geek at that point.
Of late I’ve been applying my skills and experience as a clinical rep for Morton & Perry. I love it. It’s the getting stuck in and helping that really has me love my current role. I get a buzz out of having solutions for people and therapists. I do my best to get things spot on for the clients, therapists and funders we work with.”
Based in Christchurch, and regularly in each of the Southern regions Ian is our direct link to assisting South Islanders. Clients & therapists across the South Island are welcome to make contact and enquire about Morton & Perry’s healthcare equipment solutions – seeking the possible.
“With a number of years involvement in utilising healthcare equipment, my aim is to provide high standards of service and to collaborate with others. I’ve worked with Aged Care providers, DHB Teams and for many people in the wider community. The excitement going forward is to continue learning more about people, using the ever-improving equipment that exists and assisting with people’s journeys.
Morton & Perry is a versatile, enthusiastic and progressive co, which I’ve really enjoyed being part of and bringing that special capability to South Islanders.
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In the past I have worked in many different industries – nursing, retail, admin – all customer service related. I have obtained many transferable skills that have assisted me in my current role. I have also obtained medical knowledge from my nursing days and natural health knowledge from my role as manager of a health shop and personal interest.
“It seems like only yesterday Morton & Perry began, now it’s 20 years plus. Yes, I have turned grey, but it has been a lot of fun and many challenges along the way, but I wouldn’t swap it for the world. What gives me the buzz every day is seeing how we can significantly improve, and change people’s lives with improved technology solutions. And how our team are also so passionate in assisting our clients day to day. Then of course they are far more skilled than me. Then with downtime it is coping with teenagers and chasing fish in the Hauraki Gulf.”