'Rotorest' turning bed which turns 60 degrees to e
'Rotorest' turning bed which turns 60 degrees to each side along the longitudinal axis to simulate the natural movements people make during sleep, with vertical cushions on either side of the pillow and along each side of the bed, used and given by a quadriplegic c.1980-1997, invented by Frank Keene, made by Eurovac Ltd., Ireland, c.1980. Treatment using this type of bed is known as Kinetic Therapy.
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