Theraposture remains operational in face of coronavirus


Adjustable bed and chair specialist Theraposture is continuing to distribute its products throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

It hopes that its Rotoflex bed could enable users to keep living at home without the aid of a carer, and so is potentially helping stop the spread of coronavirus.

As a supplier of medical devices and assistive technology, Theraposture is an essential service and so is continuing to work through the coronavirus lockdown.

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Theraposture says its products are vital for ensuring that customers remain independent at home and avoid residential care settings and even the aid of carers in some cases.

The Rotoflex bed, the brand says, makes it less likely that external help will be needed for bed transfers, therefore lowering the risk of exposure to COVID-19.

Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director comments: “Our mission is always to provide independence, care and comfort at home through quality and proven adjustable beds, chairs and care cots.

“This ethos is now more relevant than even before with social distancing, isolation and shielding to beat the spread of Coronavirus.

“Our solutions are designed to help individuals stay at home safely and with peace of mind ¬– with the ability to reduce or eliminate care costs.

“With the increased risk of infection between clients and carers, the need for products that facilitate mobility at home is imperative.”

Theraposture has also asserted that it is operating within the government’s health and safety guidelines at all times, including the use of video client assessments.

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