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Oswestry Standing Frame
Oswestry Standing Frame
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Standing frame. Options include: modified version for use near bed; powered lifting system for assisting user into and out of the frame and modification of existing frames to incorporate lifter. Frame height can be made-to-measure.


Theo Davies and Sons Ltd

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Product Information

Manufacturer's Product Description

Looking and feeling more like a sturdy piece of fine furniture than an medical appliance, the custom-built Oswestry Standing Frame is second-to-none in terms of comfort and effectiveness for physical and social development. Built to the optimum height for the individual user, the frame's robust beech and plywood construction ensures mid-line stability and encourages a posture that strengthens almost every muscle-group in the body. The frame has been skilfully designed to allow the body's respiratory and circulatory systems to work as nature intended, whilst reducing the risk of scoliosis (curvature of the spine) and pressure ulcers caused by prolonged sitting or lying. Designed with decades of feedback from healthcare professionals, and lovingly built by craftsmen, the Custom Oswestry Standing Frame is the ultimate in standing frame comfort and build quality. Optional extension trunk supports offer additional support for tetraplegic users. Two additional fleece-covered straps hold the user upright: one in front of the chest; the other behind the waist. The bedside version with stubbed handles offers easier access for wheelchairs. Additionally, an electrically-powered lifter can be fitted beneath the frame's table, onto which can be attached a washable fleece harness. Also the optional knee support unit with high-density foam. Being adjustable for height and width, it offers 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

  • baseboard
  • wooden vertical supports
  • melamine tray
  • foot, knee and hip fleece-lined straps and waist and chest straps provided by extending vertical supports

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