• Heel protector for mobile and seated users, typically wheelchair. Can be used for both prevention and treatment of pressure sores.

  • Heel protector useful for both prevention and treatment of pressure sores. Typically for users with short legs. Most useful for bed-bound patients. It supports the fore-foot and minimizes risk of foot drop.

  • Heel protector useful for both prevention and mitigation of pressure sores. Most useful for bed-bound patients. It supports the front foot and minimizes the risk of foot drop.

  • Heel protector useful for both prevention and mitigation of pressure sores. Most useful for bed-bound patients and for users with a long foot. It has an extra air chamber under the foot, which provides an optimal support of the front foot.

  • Heel protector useful for both prevention and mitigation of pressure sores. Most useful for bed-bound patients and for users with a long foot. It has an extra air chamber under the foot, which provides an optimal support of the front foot.

  • Heel protector useful for both prevention and mitigation of pressure sores. Most useful for mobile patients. It has an air chamber under the heel, which protects the heel when touching the base.

  • Heel protector useful for both prevention and treatment of pressure sores. Most useful for diabetic patients. The sail under foot is without air allowing cutout for diabetic ulcers on the feet and toes.

  • Positioning cushion with 2 chambers. Multifunctional. Can be used for both supine and sitting positions. (between legs, back, very good support for the arm and between the knees).

  • Positioning cushion with 3 chambers. Multifunctional. Especially useful for a supine position (between legs, back), and possibly as support under the feet.

  • Positioning cushion with 4 chambers. Multifunctional. With the posibility og being folded/rolled up. (Under the leg and arm; comes with extra velcro strap).

  • Positioning cushion, particularly useful for hip fracture patients and when the lower limb needs to be elevated above heart level.

  • Relief cushion for lower limbs, used for bed-bound patients. The cushion is easily fixed to the mattress.