B.A.C. Positioning System and Grid
mild spinal and rib-cage asymmetries when not accommodated
in the backrest, may cause the user to form compensatory
postures rotating their spine or moving away from the
mid-line position to find a comfortable position.
The new B.A.C. (Backrest Advanced Contour) Positioning
System now includes a fully removable positioning insert
enabling the installer to reconfigure the backrest shape
easily whilst the user remains comfortably seated during the
We now have available for use the B.A.C. Grid to
aid with remembering the placement of the positioning grids
when they are utilised.
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We are pleased to introduce KiddieGAIT. The newest addition to the ToeOFF family of products.
Paediatric gait poses special challenges due to the dynamic muscle tone that often presents in much of this population.
KiddieGAIT offers innovative options that have never been available for AFO management of these challenges.
Read more here »
Dreamline Backrest Range
We are pleased to introduce the Dreamline Backrest range which is designed right here in New Zealand. This range of wheelchair backs compliments the range of Dreamline Cushions that we launched last year. The Dreamline Backs achieve excellent pressure management for many types of users. Their signature “Bubble Contour” shaping improves immersion and enables better flexibility enabling the backrest to closely match the contours of the body and a central channel relieves pressure in the spinal region.
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Show Your Ability 2015
We're pleased to have been a part of the 2015 Show Your Ability Road Show as it tours through New Zealand. Our RehabRockstars in the Allied Team really value the opportunity to hit the right rhythm with all the wonderful new products we have on display for the first time for our customers!
i-Drive Head Control System
Introducing the new i-Drive Head Control System. This is our most adjustable head array. It comes standard with two swing away, three proximity sensor pads and an egg switch for mode change/reset.
The i-Drive is styled to be sleek and unobtrusive and has been designed so that you can see the client not the hardware.
Check out the video below for more information about its programming capabilities.
August / September 2014
Introducing the HeadPod, a unique dynamic head suspension system. Suitable for children and adults with low muscle tone in their neck and trunk. This product allows the user to maintain an upright position while still allowing the head to rotate with total precision, helping to improve the muscular development of the neck. For more information on the HeadPod, check out the video below.
Canterbury Concepts Modular Grab Bars
These well-designed Australian made grab bars are a great cost-effective option for installers and can be used in a range of configurations and environments. All of the Canterbury Concept Grab Bar components can be easily connected together and allows the installer to customise the rail exactly and place where ever it is required. Made of hard wearing Aluminium tubing and a powder coated slip resistant finish, they are available in almond ivory or white. The Canterbury Concept Grab Bars comply with all safety requirements and can be used in both indoor and outdoor areas. See the video below for a quick review on this product
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