NEW! Rotoflex 235 Mk2 Low Adjustable Bed

The lowest Rotoflex in the range ideally suited to smaller users typically 5’3” in height or less.

Excellence in caring winner - rotoflex 235 - OT Award and Parkinsons UK Partner

The Rotoflex 235 Mk2 Low is a LOW access version of the award-winning Rotoflex 235 Mk2. It is designed for users with shorter legs to sit more comfortably by getting their bottom to the back of the seat, and keeping their feet safely on the ground. At its lowest position, this Rotoflex provides a distance of only 40cm between the floor and mattress surface, so perfect for shorter users.

Refined over 20 years, the patented Rotoflex range from Theraposture is regarded by many as the leading solution for independence in and out of bed. By operating just one button, each bed provides powered profiling, height adjustment, and rotation that moves users with restricted mobility from a recumbent to a seated position. With their feet safely on the floor, users can then achieve a safe sit-to-stand transfer using vertical lift functionality – increasing safety and peace of mind for all with balance and strength inconsistencies.

Latest features include:

  • Quieter, faster adjustment with soft-start technology
  • Programmable positioning for personalised comfort
  • Powered Rising Heel Support included
  • Single handset for all controls
  • Meets BSEN 60601-2-52 safe working height requirement
  • 60cm lift motors to compensate for low entry level
  • Safe working load of 235kg
  • Maximum patient weight of 200kg (31 stones)
  • 40cm seat height

Personal and client assessments with our Occupational Therapist / Equipment Specialist.

Free, fast and convienient for both private and professional clients.

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Which Rotoflex is right for me?

The Rotoflex helps individuals with neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s and MS

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Reducing carers, lowering care costs and increasing independence

  • Typically saving up to £27,000* a year in care costs
  • Can reduce dependency on carers and care packages
  • Electrically operated functionality to profile, rotate and raise the mattress platform
  • Quality, precision German mechanisms for unsurpassed reliability and performance

* Based on typical County Council care costs

  • Maximise safety and reduce stress and strain when standing up and sitting down
  • Ergonomic design with simple controls
  • Vertical seat lift for safe controlled sit to stand transfers
  • Free home assessments/demonstrations
  • Full range of pressure mattress up to grade 4
  • 14 Day Suitability Guarantee | Warranty
Powered rotation, profiling and height adjustment
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Vertically rising seated position vs. tilting seated position

The vertical lift of the Rotoflex means that the user is not tipped forward making the standing/sitting transition more controlled.

Ergonomic seat dimensions may become even more important to you as your condition progresses.

Tilting vertical seating safety

PATENTED Powered Rising Heel Support

A world’s first from Theraposture

The Rotoflex is the ONLY rotating bed that can be supplied with a Powered Rising Heel Support to provide full support of the entire elevated leg.

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Call us to discuss your individual needs now – FREEPHONE: 0800 834654

New unique Rotoflex Mk2 features

Why these enhance safety & comfort compared to alternative beds

The NEW unique and award-winning Rotoflex 235 MK2 Bed
Why it is essential to choose a rotating bed with vertical lift in the seated position
The unique and award-winning Rotoflex 235 MK2 Bed
How the Rotoflex helps with MS

Rotoflex case studies

Nick Hodgkinson - suffers motor neurone disease

Nick Hodgkinson

Theraposture relocates specialist Rotoflex bed so Nick with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) can remain more independent.

“My Rotoflex is fantastic – I am more in control and my partner doesn’t have to put her back at risk. Thank goodness it came with us.”

Linda Fudge’s Rotoflex

Rotoflex bed helps determined, charming retired RAF Nurse with Parkinson’s to remain at home.

“I am adamant that I will not be going into a care home with my Parkinson’s…. my Rotoflex will help me stay in my home next to the sea.”

Mike Wardle sitting in his Rotoflex

Mike Wardle’s Rotoflex

Theraposture Rotoflex rotational bed delivers independence, greater comfort and assured safety to injured ex-Police Officer Mike.

“My Rotoflex is the start to my day. It is the start of my independence, without it I would be lost.”

A wide selection of specialist mattresses for the Rotoflex bed range

These are available when you purchase a new bed or can be upgraded retrospectively should your needs change.

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The Rotoflex has a patented and unique mattress retention system that tightly holds the mattress to the profiling mechanism so that it cannot slip off.

For users with progressive conditions such as MS and Parkinson’s, there is a full range of mattress options that can be interchanged when needed. Users can continue to use their beds should their tissue viability needs change.

Hand pushing down on Memory FoamTriple layer memory foam mattress

For medium risk users

A quality memory foam mattress is supplied as standard with every Rotoflex apart from the Rotoflex Chair Bed EF which comes with a foam mattress.

The memory foam mattress perfectly profiles with the movement of the Rotoflex thanks to the patented unique fixing design.

Offering a low-to-medium degree of pressure redistribution, this mattress is suitable for people at a low-to-medium risk of developing a pressure sore. The cover is made from waterproof material and has a multi-directional stretch.

Layered view of repose mattressRepose mattress

For medium risk users

Theraposture offers a mattress using the proven Repose pressure relieving topper.

This mattress has three layers consisting of two foam sections covered with an inflatable Repose mattress.

It is suitable for users who require a medium level of pressure management. Theraposture offer a no cost option if supplied with a new or used Rotoflex.

Air filled dry flotation mattressRO-HO dry flotation mattress

Upto grade 4 – very high risk

This neoprene mattress is a zoned, advanced pressure relieving surface that is ideal for users requiring high levels of protection against pressure related issues.

Each zone contains air cells that will adjust to meet the specific shape and size of a user’s body. With optimum presssure distribution across the whole mattress, tissue viability and circulation can be improved.

Alternating air mattressRotoflex Alternating Air mattress

Upto grade 3 – very high risk

For those requiring a very high level of pressure redistribution, the Rotoflex is also available with an dynamic air cell mattress.

This mattress has been specially designed to be operational even when it is being rotated by the Rotoflex and is an alternative to the RO-HO system.

This specialist air mattress is not an option with the Rotoflex Chair Bed EF.

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