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Vertical Stander
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Children's standing frame. Three sizes available. Range of frame and material colours available.


Specialised Orthotic Services Ltd

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Product Information

Manufacturer's Product Description

The SOS Vertical Stander was designed to stand clients with correct posture ensuring good alignment in lateral/medial and anterior/posterior planes, with 3 sizes available children from as small as 18 months can be placed into the standing position, which offers ideal vertical postural alignment to assist with daily postural management. Standing is widely accepted as a form of therapy management for those having disability and has many benefits. Achieving the correct postural position with good alignment in lateral/medial and anterior/posterior planes is the objective when using the SOS Vertical Stander and is designed to meet these needs having full adjustment in all planes. Furthermore the frame is made with high specification and build quality which gives the purchaser a long lifetime of use (SOS Vertical Standers are renowned for their excellent longevity in use). Designed with experience and made with care we believe the Vertical Stander is probably the highest quality frame of its type available and will deliver superior postural alignment with enhanced function for the user, whilst giving true value and long service to the provider. SOS Vertical Standers are available in a range of sizes to cover a wide range of age groups from Children to Adult.

Manufacturer's Contact Details


Specialised Orthotic Services Ltd

Unit 127/128 Fauld Industrial Estate

Fauld Lane

Tutbury Nr. Burton On Trent




01283520400 enquiries@specialorthotic.com

Key Features

  • mobile base with four braked castors
  • steel frame with powder coated finish
  • standing platform with sandals and adjustable straps
  • adjustable knee, pelvic and thoracic supports
  • vinyl pads
  • activity tray

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Product Specification

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