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Is there a way to increase the width of the armrests? My paraplegic pt is getting pressure areas on the side of his L thigh because it leans against the armrest. thanks!

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Behind the chair where the armrests go into the frame are two knobs loosen these knobs and you can adjust (pull out) the armrests to the size you need then retighten the knobs to keep them in place

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