Lightweight and modular in design, the ErgoRaiser™ may be assembled and configured in a variety of ways to provide a wide range of support options and heights of elevation. This range can enable patients/clients, including many with more complex mobility and treatment/care needs, to have their limb comfortably supported in a raised position.The musculoskeletal health and wellbeing of both patient/client and practitionercan therefore be facilitated and a more comfortable, efficient and interactive experienceafforded to both parties
The ErgoRaiser™ is designed, developed and manufactured entirely in the United Kingdom.
The versatility of the design enables comfortable support for a limb from either floor level or raised surfaces such as a plinth, bed or table. The sturdiness of the support can assist the practitioner in having both hands free to carry out the procedure.
Moulded in polyethylene and polyurethane, and containing an active antimicrobial agent, the smooth lines and open design ensure all areas are accessible for efficient and effective cleaning.
The multi-positional, easy to clean support pad eliminates the ongoing expense and environmental impact of disposable slings, ensuring the ErgoRaiser™is both economical and eco-friendly.
Integral handles enable the ErgoRaiser™to be easily moved, handled and transported. The top module and pad may be stowed within the lower module to aid transportation and storage. An optional shoulder strap is also available.
At floor level, when used in conjunction with its sister product the ErgoKneeler™, the two devices form a very effective system for managing the entire kneeling posture; however, the ErgoRaiser™also works well with any other kneeling aid or pad.
The ErgoRaiser™ can also provide effective support for individuals undergoing a limb recovery/rehabilitation programme. For example: post-surgery/injury, management of pain/swelling, Return to Work programme, therapy programme. Some other areas of use are within exercise/sport programmes and beauty/nail treatments.
|High Configuration – Support from the Floor
|Low and Extra Low Configurations – Support from the Floor
|Multiple Configurations – Support on a Raised Surface
Please note: any raised surface must be designed to support the human load and assessed as providing a safe stable platform for the required module(s).
80 kg SWL