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Theraposture Rotoflex bed: MS client case study - getting in and out of bed independently

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Liam Braddell from Theraposture talks to Sarah who has had a Rotoflex bed for over 8 years. • • Sarah who lives with Multiple Sclerosis demonstrates how she uses the Rotoflex bed to get in and out of bed using the controller. • • By using one button Sarah can control the tipping and rotating of the bed, this uses tilt in space, which makes the whole process extremely safe. • • The Rotoflex® concept The Rotoflex is an electrically operated adjustable bed that also provides powered rotational assistance to get you in and out independently. • • This rotating bed is the original and proven rotating bed system. Uniquely, this sophisticated adjustable bed has been developed over a period of 20 years. It allows people living with restricted mobility to access a bed independently and safely without the assistance of a carer. • • One button to move from sitting to lying Getting legs into bed is a problem for many people – the Rotoflex offers the solution. At the touch of one button, the Rotoflex will move you from an upright seated to a lying position and vice versa. The precision German mechanisms are smooth, quiet and strong so the transfer experience is pleasant and relaxing, you are always in total control. • • New for 2016! Low access Rotoflex and Super-bariatric Rotoflex for weights 300kg Safe Working Load

Keywords: Medical bed, adjustable bed, rotating bed, rotational bed, profiling bed


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