How Does the Transfer Belt Work?

How Does the Transfer Belt Work?

Aptoco transfer Belt is fastened securely around the waist. It’s the ideal choice for physical transfers – making movements from chair to bed, bed to toilet, and home to transportation vehicles with far greater ease. That’s largely due to our unique ergonomic design. Our Professional model offers four vertical handles, in addition to two horizontal grips – greatly aiding in walking and ambulation, greatly increasing the elderly wearer’s safety while performing these essential activities. 

 

 Aptoco transfer Belts are great for

  • Caregivers and Nurses
  • Elderly
  • Physical Therapy
  • Medical Transfer
  • Patient Care
  • Nursing Homes
  • Healthcare Facilities
  • Hospitals and more

Aptoco transfer Belts are suitable for : stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson’s,  Alzheimer’s, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, elderly care, physical rehabilitation, autism, physical therapists, public schools, home care and hospital.

 Aptoco transfer Belts’ Benefits

  • Increased width provides increased comfort
  • Sturdy grips provide versatility
  • Can be worn backwards or forward
  • Secure for both patient and nurse or caregiver
  • Designed for back support
  • Easy to use

 

Applications

  • Physical therapy
  • Recovering injuries
  • Post surgery
  • General mobility issues
  • Getting in/out of cars, beds, wheelchairs
  • Toilet transfers
  • Walking up and down stairs
  • Support during movement/exercise

Designed with 4 vertical handles and 2 horizontal handles, it provides flexibility and comfort that is usually not possible with standard physical therapy belts. The Transfer Belts have high grade stitching to provide full support and comfort. Aptoco transfer Belt allows you to easily ambulate patients. The quick release latch makes it easy to put on and remove the belt. The tough metal locking teeth keep the belt securely in place to create a strong hold for added safety.

 

Gait belt: Perfect for physical therapy and transfers, the durable metal buckle is strong enough to handle bariatric patients

 Four vertical handles: It provides flexibility and comfort that is usually not possible with standard physical therapy belts.

 Two horizontal handles: Two horizontal handles could be grasped on every side. Each handle is padded for a comfort, yet secure grip