Libella Backrest is now available for purchase and covered by insurance at 90%!
3. 9. 2023
Have you heard the news yet? Yes, it's true. The new range of BACKRESTS is now available and covered by health insurance at 90%.
New product: Libella Protect Seat, the protective cover for wheelchair seat
31. 3. 2023
Protect your wheelchair seat from dirt or moisture thanks to the new Libella Protect Seat cover.
Case study: The Libella Seat Varia, corrective anti-decubitus wheelchair seat, handles every diagnosis of wheelchair user
8. 3. 2023
Anti-decubitus seat for wheelchair users can make relieve everyone.
Case study: Comfort and easier life thanks to the right wheelchair seat configuration
19. 1. 2023
A proper adjustment of Libella Seat Varia wheelchair cushion to the user's needs will extend the time she can sit in a wheelchair and simplify her daily activities.
What includes production of individual wheelchair seat Libella Seat Varia?
12. 12. 2022
Libella Seat Varia — the corrective anti-decubitus cushion for wheelchair users
We received a prestigious Red Dot Award 2022!
27. 6. 2022
Our dreams are being fulfilled! A head designer of Libella Věra Vystrčilová personally took over the design Oscar Red Dot Award at Red Dot Gala in Essen. Congratulations!
Complex seating and positioning issues? Our Libella Seat Varia can help you with that!
22. 6. 2022
Paní Michaela Macnerová žije od narození s vývojovou vadou vzniklou po meningomyelokéle. Kvůli kompletnímu ochrnutí od hrudní páteře směrem k nohám a dalšímu růstu těla v průběhu života u ní došlo k velké asymetrii pánve
SCI DAY 2021 in Centrum Paraple
7. 9. 2021
SCI DAY was great and we enjoyed it to the fullest! We were pleased by the huge interest in the wheelchair seat, the new clients and the feedback to the lecture on the Design and individualization of compensation aids.
Developing and testing Libella Seat Varia
30. 6. 2021
Almost two years of research and development with series of workshops led by Věra Kunhartová were necessary for the final form of Libella Seat Varia. Her deeper research of current wheelchair aids was possible thanks to supporting a student grant at FUD UJEP.