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A Guide on Electric Beds

February 18, 2019 - by Mobility Direct North

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An electric bed can come really handy when you are having a hard time getting in and out of bed. Also known as an adjustable bed, an electric bed moves and bends to offer you a variety of lying and sitting positions.

These beds are not just for the elderly. Recuperating patients, people with injuries or recovering from surgeries find these adjustable beds to be greatly beneficial too.

Here’s a guide on electric beds.

Types of Electric Beds

Adjustable beds are essentially of two types – profiling beds and lifestyle beds.

Profiling beds offer a great deal of flexibility and boast a variety of features and postures. You can adjust the bed while the patient is in bed. Profiling beds are very useful for anyone who has specific medical or health needs.

Profiling beds are available in two-part, three-part and four-part adjustable beds.

Lifestyle beds, as the name suggests, are mainly used for comfort or luxury. These electric beds offer a ‘sit up’ function so you can comfortably read or watch TV in bed.

Looking for electric beds in Newcastle? Mobility Direct North offers a varied range of adjustable beds that can be perfectly customised to suit your needs.

Features of Electric Beds

Electric beds come with height-adjustable features. The risk of injury is greatly reduced with this bed. Providing nursing care to a patient also becomes very easy with height adjustment features.

Handrails are an important part of electric beds. Moving around or standing up becomes easy with handrails for support. The same goes for drop-down or bed rails.

Electric beds with massage function are very popular for relaxing after a hard day at work.

Buying Your Adjustable Bed

Buying your own adjustable bed needs some good thinking. Talk to your healthcare professional or community nurse to know what specific features your electric bed should have.

Try the bed before you buy it. Ask for free home demonstrations.

Buying an adjustable bed requires a good sum of money. Look for National Bed Federation mark of approval before you invest.

Call Us for a Quote

At Mobility Direct North, we know exactly what it takes to provide the best mobility care for our customers. Our popular electric beds come in a variety of unique and stylish profiles, in custom colours and fabrics to match the aesthetics of your home.

We manufacture to specific, widths, heights and lengths to give you a perfectly comfortable bed. Call us for a discussion and quote right away!

Mobility Direct North
Director

Mobility Direct North is a friendly, family run mobility aids business based in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North East of England.

We have three shops across the North East region including one at The Nook, South Shields, Station Road in Ashington and Station Road in South Gosforth. We also have showroom’s at all our three shops.

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