Theraposture to present award-winning Rotoflex rotating bed at Disability Expo

At Disability Expo, Theraposture, the market-leading adjustable bed specialist, will be exhibiting the award-winning Rotoflex 235 Mk2 which is the proven solution for getting in and out of bed independently.

Stand C19. Disability Expo, ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway,
London E16 1X. 6-7th July 2023. Doors open from 9am.

Theraposture invites all consumer and professional visitors to come and discuss their individual needs with Nick Lythe, Trusted Assessor for the Southeast. Nick will be on hand to explain why Theraposture is the considered choice for adjustable beds and will explain how you can try the Rotoflex 235 Mk2, in your home.

Theraposture's exhibition team

Nick Lythe, Trusted Assessor (right), will be demonstrating the Rotoflex 235 Mk2 on the Theraposture stand at Disability Expo.

The Rotoflex 235 Mk2 bed

Winner of the ‘Excellence in Caring’ Award as voted by Occupational Therapists, the patented Rotoflex 235 Mk2 bed rotates as part of the process of getting a person who struggles with bed transfers, in and out of their bed consistently and safely on their own terms. The Rotoflex range of beds will assist a user from an upright seated position, with their feet on the floor, to a lying position in the middle of the bed. This proven solution is widely used by those with Parkinson’s and MS, as well as those struggling to lift their legs in and out of bed.

The Rotoflex has electronic height adjustment with a straight vertical lift when in the chair position, meaning that a user will not be tipped out of their bed when attempting a sit-to-stand transfer. This is intentional and is a key difference between the Rotoflex and the other beds that attempt to copy it. This vertical lift in the seated position ensures those with balance and strength inconsistencies can get off the bed on their terms from a level and stable platform when in the chair position, with their ‘nose always being behind their toes’.

Reducing costs

When compared to the high cost of care in the home and residential care, the Rotoflex can pay for itself in a short space of time. Commonly two carers may be required to help someone in and out of bed, twice a day. This can cost upwards of £28,000 a year and the time of the help being given is often not always ideal. The Rotoflex will pay for itself if 3 to 4 months and it will deliver true independence, boosting self-esteem and giving reassurance and confidence.

Theraposture provides the widest range of rotating beds available, for one person and for couples to share. The experienced Theraposture team can manufacture a tailormade solution to meet a variety of scenarios, needs and wants. Beds can be purchased or rented with eventual ownership. You can buy or rent new or refurbished beds from stock, following a home assessment and the opportunity to try the Rotoflex bed yourself.

Charity partnerships

Theraposture work in Partnership with Parkinson’s UK and the MS Society, further demonstrating the ethical credentials of this long-standing family-owned specialist. At Disability Expo, you will be able to understand why the Rotoflex range is different from the “alternative choices” who will also be at this event. Therefore, this is the ideal opportunity to see for yourself why the Rotoflex is protected with patents and why it is the considered choice.