Follow up to Rotoflex 200 launches at OT Show


Theraposture used the OT Show last week to launch its new Rotoflex 200 Mark 2 rotational bed which is an enhancement of the previous model.

The latest version of the electrically-operated Rotoflex will power-assist a user from a recumbent to a fully upright seated positon at the side of the bed. With vertical lift in this seated position users can achieve more controlled sit-to-stand transfers.

The bed incorporates modular seat depth allowing four different choices plus the new option of an electrically height adjustable foot section.

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The new patented, optional height adjustable foot section on the Rotoflex 200 Mark 2 allows users to elevate their legs with full support resulting in many health-related benefits.

Liam Braddell, Theraposture’s sales director, commented: “Previously all rotating beds have had to include a static mattress section between the rotational sleeping surface and the footboard. This ensured the arc of the turning mattress and legs did not clash with the footboard, however the separate mattress section at the foot end of the bed could not be raised to match the height of a user’s feet when profiled whilst in bed.

“Not anymore. Through our latest German engineering the foot section can be independently electrically raised so users can elevate their feet like a standard adjustable bed with the full support of the entire mattress surface.

“We have solved a common problem for people with odemea, pressure care and circulation issues in their legs who need to elevate their feet in bed. This exciting new feature can be retro-fitted to all existing Rotoflex beds so that every owner can now access life-changing comfort.”

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