Specifically designed for the treatment and rehabilitation of complex trauma patients, Legacy is a product that meets the needs of modern day trauma care.
The combination of features, designed after many years of research, males Legacy the ideal and ONLY solution for managing patients with multiple injuries, spinal, neuro, pelvic and spinal cord injuries.
One of the biggest rehabilitation barriers for spinal cord injury patients is their inability to move. With better management of their condition, improvements in their abilities to move themselves can be seen. A new form of non-invasive treatment in the form of a robot suit is showing signs of hope for paralysed patients.Read More›
Mechanical turning beds are not a new invention. However, the present models have been substantially developed from the earlier ones. They now provide nursing teams with the ability to better care for complex care patients and reduce the incidences of further complications.Read More›
In 2009, a working party of the Multidisciplinary Association of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals (MASCIP), in collaboration with the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) Academy, produced a set of clinical guidelines for Moving and Handling Trainers (www.mascip.co.uk/guidelines.aspx).Read More›
One of the simplest ways of improving the care and rehabilitation process for spinal cord injury patients is to adopt a schedule of routine turning. This can prevent further complications and improve the patient’s long term health prospects.Read More›
Patients who have suffered spinal injuries or other complex care scenarios that require immobilisation are at risk of further complications if they are not routinely checked. The log roll is the most effective method of turning a patient in order to undertake an assessment.Read More›