SofTech Custom Features

A Unique Cushion for a Unique Person

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The Aquila SofTech Cushion help heal and prevent pressure injuries.

SofTech Custom Seating System

Every SofTech wheelchair cushion system we build is tailored to the specific requirements of our clients. We have years of experience in designing the most effective systems for difficult seating challenges. We gather information on every client such as current or past pressure sores, posture, sensation, and which equipment is being used such as a manual vs. power wheelchair. The SofTech works for you all day long providing pressure relief and has even helped reduce recovery time for patients after muscle flap surgery!

 

The SofTech has been assigned HCPCS code E2609 for reimbursement from Medicare and other insurance.

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SofTech – Fully Customizable Cushion System

  • Aquila Lumbar Support

    Aquila Lumbar Support

  • Aquila Cushion Cover

    Aquila Cushion Cover

  • Aquila Hand Inflatable Lumbar Pad

    Aquila Hand Inflatable Lumbar Pad

  • Automatic alternating 60 times per hour
  • Full-time off-loading under an existing pressure sore, regardless of location, shape, or size of the sore
  • Auto-start/stop technology
  • Three firmness options
  • Soft, comfortable, and waterproof exterior that is easy to clean
  • No user weight limitations
  • Contoured cushion top for maximum comfort and stability
  • Integrated moisture control unit fan option
  • The SofTech cannot be made smaller than 16” x 16”
  • Anti-microbial cover (machine washable)
  • Unlimited customizing capabilities
  • Automatic alerts for low pressure or low battery
  • Smart battery with no memory effect so you can charge the battery anytime
  • Modular system options include pelvic obliquity positioning pad and lumbar/back pad 
  • 18 month cushion warranty

A Customizable Product That Works with Any Chair

The SofTech is a fully-automatic alternating pressure relief cushion. The primary function of the SofTech is to help treat and prevent pressure sores (pressure ulcers) by providing the ideal healing conditions and performing automatic pressure relief. It can be used on manual wheelchairs, powerchairs, or regular sitting chairs.

Young lady uses an Aquila SofTech wheelchair cushion system.

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  • Aquila Cushions – Technological Solutions

    Sent: October 3, 2022 After aorta surgery I became paralyzed from T-9 down.  I had to learn and research all the different types of seating for first my manual chair and then my power chair.  One day searching on Google I framed the search in a way that Aquila was Read More

  • Immediate Pressure Sore Relief

    Sent: September 20, 2022 Just writing to say ‘thank you’ for the immediate attention and prompt turn around!! In today’s world it’s very satisfying to receive such a high quality service! Some interesting points have materialized at the close of the past two weeks: 1. Aquila service is exceptional! 2. Read More

  • Changed Life

    I have been paraplegic for 40 years from a car accident at the age of 20. I have been through so many ROHO cushions believing it to be the best option for pressure relief. This resulted in not only a log of aggravation over constantly having to repair holes, but Read More

  • Finally Feel Relief

    I cannot recommend this cushion enough to fellow SCI or any other limited movement individuals interested in treating and preventing pressure ulcers.  I had a pressure ulcer since December 2012 that would consistently go from almost healed to completely broken open again using other cushions and luckily never suffered an Read More

  • Wheelchair Cushion Does More Than Expected

    8-09-20 “Your seating system is just a miracle and my custom wheelchair cushion has done everything it promised and more.  The two places that I had bandaged on my bottom are now completely fine.  Thank you for such an innovative product for people that are disabled.  There is just no Read More

  • Surgeon & Wound Care turned me on to Aquila wheelchair cushions

    Sent: May 26, 2019 I’ve been using an Aquila System from almost the beginning of it’s inception. I’ve been on the original APK, the Airpulse PK2, and now the SofTech with wireless remote control. I’ve had several Ulcers and subsequent surgeries. Other products as they say “Did not cut the Read More

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  • Great Customer Service

    Sent: August 6, 2018 You guys are always kind and courteous to both me and my wife, Rhonda.  She has difficulty speaking and you’re very patient with her.  We couldn’t ask for better customer service.   Thank you, God Bless You! Rick and Rhonda L. California   Aquila is the manufacturer Read More

  • Matthew Lemke

    I am a quadriplegic veteran who has a C-4/5 spinal cord injury.  I would just like to say thank you for allowing me to be able to stay in my house.  By using your wheelchair cushion system as well as the mattress that you made, I am able to live Read More

  • Louis Manzo – Naples, Florida

    My wife spends, on average, about 12 hours per day in her electric wheelchair. She used only fixed air cushions for four years and had chronic pressure sores. Once she had a pressure map of her seating position & switched to the Aquila variable pressure wheelchair cushion that was custom Read More

  • M. Overly

    Being a quadriplegic since 1967 from a horrendous auto accident, I have used many different cushions on my wheelchair over the years. After being diagnosed with a stage V wound, I began searching the Internet for a cushion that might be better than anything I’ve ever had. I stumbled upon Read More

  • Hillview Care Center Review on SofTech Basic Cushion

    2-28-18 The new Aquila SofTech Basic cushion has worked very well. It is very easy to set up and easy to take care of. It seems very comfortable and effective for the resident. Megan M Hillview Care Center staff member 2-28-18 I learned about the Aquila cushion from an article Read More

  • Harvey Fields – Kansas

    My son Brandon began to have to use a wheelchair about 4 years ago to get around. The last 8 weeks of 2012 were spent in a hospital bed recovering from surgeries due to medical conditions from an ill-fitting chair cushion. At the recommendation of his doctor we were introduced Read More