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Oswestry Adjustable Standing Frame 1
Oswestry Adjustable Standing Frame
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What we say

Standing frame. Options: powered lifting attachment to assist user into the frame. Accessories include: fixed or clip-on hip strap; cervical extensions; knee abduction straps; double ended straps and adjustable height tray. Can be made-to-measure. Frame dismantles for storage and transportation.


Theo Davies and Sons Ltd

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Product Information

Manufacturer's Product Description

The Adjustable Oswestry Standing Frame is incredibly adaptable, relatively lightweight, and can be collapsed down for transporting in the boot of a car. Yet despite this useful flexibility, it remains solidly robust and capable of supporting tetraplegic users through optional extension poles. As with our custom product, the adjustable frame ensures perfect mid-line stability and encourages bone and muscle development. The frame helps digestion, bowel and bladder function, reduces the risk of scoliosis and pressure ulcers, and even aids respiration and speech by comfortably holding the body in the perfect upright posture. For healthcare environments, the adjustable frame can be supplied with either standard polypropylene webbing and quick-release buckles, or the optional leather straps. Our sturdy adjustable standing frame comes with three acrilan- fleece support straps for behind the hips, in front of the knees and behind the heels. Its wide range of adjustability makes it particularly suitable for multi-user environments. An electrically-powered lifter can be fitted beneath the frame's table to assist wheelchair users into the frame. The lifter comes with a controller unit and a detachable, washable acrilan-fleece harness. Also an option is the knee support unit with high-density foam offering additional lateral support over the standard knee strap.

Manufacturer's Contact Details


Theo Davies and Sons Ltd

Berwyn Mill

Glyn Ceiriog




North Wales

01691718218 theomdavies@yahoo.co.uk

Key Features

  • wooden baseboard
  • adjustable height vertical steel supports, secured to baseboard via screw mechanism
  • 'A' frame stabilisers
  • heel, knee and seat level leather support straps and washable fleece lining

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