Home Care Patient Lift Protects Caregiver & Patient

In today’s health care environment, hospital and nursing home costs have skyrocketed. Home Health Care has become the preferred care choice for individuals as well as their insurance providers. For those caring for those with limited mobility, transferring and repositioning patients are some of the most difficult tasks to perform.

Traxx Mobility Systems has introduced the Titan 500 Overhead Patient Lift to assist the caregiver in accomplishing these tasks. A single caregiver can safely lift and transfer an individual without fear of injury to their loved one or themselves.

Overhead Patient Lift

Traxx Mobility Systems Titan 500 Overhead Patient Lift

The Titan 500 is a freestanding overhead track lift powered by rechargeable batteries. It will easily lift your loved one from bed to wheelchair and back again with just a touch of the remote control.

With its high-strength aluminum frame, the Titan 500 can be quickly installed in any room of your home in twenty minutes. It does not attach to the walls or ceiling and can be taken down and moved to another location quickly.

The Titan 500 takes the strain out of lifting your loved one, while providing a safe, comfortable and dignified transfer. The four-point lift bar and included padded sling gives the patient comfort and security while being transferred. The Titan 500 offers an excellent tool for those with limited mobility who choose aging in place and receiving home health care.

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