Burnett Butterfly Head Support

Manufactured by RBF Healthcare
Priced from £1

DLF's summary

Bead-filled cushion.

Features

  • body length
  • narrow centre
  • wide ends
  • air is extracted to create firm support
  • moulded to user
  • detachable fleece cover
  • securing straps
  • suction pads for use in the bath

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Supplier details

Head office
Unit C1A The Nore
Hovefields Avenue
Basildon
Essex
SS13 1EB
England

Supplier details last checked:
02 March 2018
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Next check due:
01-03-2020

RBF Healthcare 's name for this product is Burnett Butterfly Head Support Their product code is: BS1155
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Checked by DLF on 02 March 2018

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Manufacturer's contact

RBF Healthcare
Unit C1A The Nore
Hovefields Avenue
Basildon
Essex
SS13 1EB
England
01268 983842
sales@rbfhealthcare.co.uk
http://www.rbfhealthcare.co.uk

Manufacturer's product description

The Butterfly head support is generally used behind the occipital cavity at the back of the head. Originally designed to support the heads of users with Hydrocephalus, it has also been used successfully for clients with MND or MS with neck pain. The unit can also be used to provide thoracic support or to align feet in a footplate of a chair in children.
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