The revolutionary RehaBed – ‘The healthy comfort’ concept has been specifically developed in orthopeadic clinics for use in care environments and generally to preserve spine health. Its remedial and preventative qualities go beyond any health benefit of other orthopaedic bed-systems, memory foams or box sprung mattresses. Furthermore, it gives the ultimate comfort for all age groups.
The RehaBed and our full bedroom ranges can fully satisfy and perhaps, improve the care level of even the most professional care homes who want to provide their residents with the healthiest and most comfortable beds. Respectively, it can fully satisfy customers who are seeking orthopaedic and organic beds for their private homes.
RehaBed can be supplied in our bed frames and it also can be fitted into existing bed frames!
How it works
As the spine and body are flexible they need flexible support – a truly orthopaedic one that adjusts automatically to each individual body and how it moves. The multi-directional, independently moving, double row slat base under the mattress adjusts ergonomically to the contour and weight of the body at any position.
Therefore, the RehaBed has outstanding pressure care management qualities.
As the slat base adapts perfectly to the shape of the body it gives perfect, equal support to the spine along its full length and exceptional lower back support.
The RehaBed is the perfect solution for preventing and treating of
- Acute and chronic locomotor diseases
- Lumbago, sciatica, disc herniation and post-operative conditions
- Degenerative disc disease and vertebral subluxations
- Vertebral and limb disorders
- Joint pains, arthritis, osteoporosis, spinal injuries
- Lower back and spinal pain
- Pain in the vertical- thoracic- and lumbar vertebrae
- Pain and numbness in the upper and lower extremities
- Insomnia, poor circulation and short of breath
- Acid reflux and night-time heartburn
“After permanent use of the RehaBed in the above mentioned conditions the need for drug use, as supported by previous clinical surveys, has dropped considerably or even ceased and planned surgeries have become avoidable.” A. Tailor MD (Specialist in Neurosurgery)
“The qualities of the RehaBed not only prevent the further deterioration of spine disorders but as prevention, they can make it impossible for them to appear at all. As a practising doctor who cures patients with locomotor diseases, I find the RehaBed extremely good, both at the prevention of spinal disorders, and their regeneration.” Dr J. Baggio (Spine-Specialist, Head Physician)
It is recommended for all age groups as it helps in
Healthy development of the bones and spine
Preservation of spine health
Enhancement of physical performance
Avoiding sleeping disorders, chronic headaches, neurosis
We spend an average of 6 hours out of 24 in bed, which would amount to around 20 years during our lifetime.
By sleeping on a too soft or too firm bed, the structural changes created by bad posture can contribute to degenerative disc disease, along with other degenerative changes to the spine. On a too soft bed the spine bends onto the bed and the muscles slacken on the concave side, during which
- the vertebrae and the bones degenerate
- bone sediment forms on their corners
- the muscle becomes taut on the convex side and the arteries running through the muscles become compressed
- the blood supply deteriorates and neither can the used blood pass out through the compressed veins and lymph vessels
- pains like muscular strain, occurs when we wake up
- the tensioned muscles and ligaments become stretched, thus their holding effect is weakened during physical activity during the day
The situation is very similar on a too firm bed, but the negative effect occurs in a different section.
As John Lennon BM, MM.C, and Norman Shealy M.D stated that “bad posture affects and moderates every psychologic function from breathing to hormonal production. Spinal pain, headache, mood, blood pressure, pulse and lung capacity are among the functions most easily influenced by posture.”