The tilt tables and frames listed here are mainly used for therapy. For example, they may be used to help children who have been lying in bed for some time get used to being in an upright position again. They provide a wide range of angles from horizontal through to vertical with either manual or powered tilt adjustment.1-3
At least one of these frames enables your child to lie in various positions, including tummy lying (prone), back lying (supine) or side lying.1
Tilt tables and frames do not provide the same support as standing frames and may not allow your child to carry out activities.1
Tilt tables or frames should only be used under the guidance of your child's physiotherapist. Every child who needs a tilt table or frame will have unique and often complex needs requiring regular review, and they may be used in conjunction with other forms of therapy such as exercise, balancing activities and stretches.3-6
Benefits of using a tilt table may include:3 & 7
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