OptiFlex3 Knee CPM

  • 37" long and only 27 lbs.
  • Easy to use control pendant with durable rubber frame
  • Ultra wide/open carriage allows for a broad range of user sizes
  • Easy conversion from adult to pediatric or petit patient use
  • Force reverse safety feature
  • Patient lockout feature
  • Progressive ROM
  • Universal left/right design

 


Features

The Optiflex3 knee CPM features unique safety and patient comfort features including force reverse, patient lockout, progressive ROM, and Comfort Zone technology. The OptiFlex3 also features a patient compliance/usage meter allowing caregivers and therapists the opportunity to monitor the effective utilization of therapy. The extra wide open carriage design allows for a broad range of patients including pediatric, athletic, and bariatric. The single actuator design and tough powdercoated aluminum frame make this unit a favorite with rehab specialists across the United States.


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Phoenix 1850 Knee CPM

  • Compact design: 28" long and only 26 lbs.
  • Easy to use control pendant
  • Integrated bed mount system
  • Easy conversion from adult to pediatric or petit patient use
  • Adjustable limb length from 20" to 42"

 


Features

The Phoenix 1850 combines ease of use with portability and a broad spectrum of CPM therapy. In storage position, this unit measures only 28" in length and weighs only 26 lbs. The unique lift and bend motion of the phoenix provides proper anatomical fit, accurate range of motion and ultimate comfort for CPM patients. The axis to axis motion, skid pad and integrated bed stabilizing system prevents migration during therapy. The pendant is easy to use and includes patient lock out as well as a patient compliance meter. The soft goods are constructed with the highest quality materials and provide a superb fit for the patient featuring a deep-pile sheepskin and high tensile strength Velcro brand strapping.


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