Theraposture to demonstrate its original, trusted and proven Rotoflex turning bed range at Rise 4 Disability

Rise 4 Disability, 22.02.17, Stand C1, Peterborough Arena, East of England Showground, 9am – 5pm.

Rise 4 Disability, the Resourcing and Identifying Suitable Equipment Conference and Exhibition, will provide an opportunity for healthcare professionals, families and people with disabilities to discover the latest equipment to improve mobility and independence.

As the leading specialist in assistive beds, chairs and care cots since 1981, we will be attending Rise 4 Disability and would like to invite you onto stand C1. Come and discover why our products deliver outstanding comfort, quality, safety and value – all backed up by an impeccable and ethical service. Our Rotoflex rotational bed will be demonstrated at the event as it is the original and proven solution for getting in and out of bed safely and independently.


Our trusted Assessor will be available to explain why the German-engineered Rotoflex is the trusted and ergonomic choice for people and clients with neurological conditions such as MS and Parkinson’s. Developed over 20 years, the Rotoflex range from Theraposture is the widest available with tailor made designs specifically handcrafted to solve individual needs. Through its profiling, height adjustable and rotational action each Rotoflex will move a user from an upright seated position to a recubant position and vice versa – in a controlled and safe manner. With this powered assistance, users can remain in their home for longer, get in and out of bed on their own terms and reduce the need for moving and handling support.

The Theraposture Rotoflex

  • Reduce the high cost of care
  • Widest range of singles and doubles
  • The only rotating bed with vertical seat lift for safe sit-to- stand transfers
  • New, refurbished or rental
  • Low access version – unique design
  • Buy back scheme
  • 14-day suitability guarantee
  • Bespoke designs in any style to blend into your home
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