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Vinyl Covered Rolls

    Vinyl Covered Rolls

    Vinyl Covered Rolls

    Starting at $54.95 - $199.95
    SKU# VinylCoveredRolls

    Vinyl Covered Rolls offer adaptive positioning and vestibular shapes are colored with heavy-duty vinyl-coated nylon and filled with high compression urethane foam. Ships in 2 weeks.

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    Vinyl Covered Rolls offer adaptive positioning and vestibular shapes are colored with heavy-duty vinyl-coated nylon and filled with high compression urethane foam. These inexpensive shapes are ideal for institutional is in physical therapy departments, special education programs, pre-school programs, physical education classes and in the gym.

    Latex Free

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    SKU# VinylCoveredRolls

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    Vinyl Covered Rolls Specifications:

    • Heavy duty vinyl-coated nylon
    • Filled with urethane foam
    • Latex Free
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    Frequently Asked Questions:

    Are the Vinyl Covered Rolls Latex Free?
    Yes, the economy rolls are latex free.
     
    Who can benefit from using a Vinyl Covered Rolls?
    Children and adults who need in increase tolerance to the prone or improve proximal stability or head control may benefits from being positioned on a roll.
     
    How do you go about setting an economy roll program?
    Set up of an economy roll depends on the child and his/her therapeutic objectives.
     
    What are the benefits of using an economy roll?
    The child works on head control as they lifts their head to look at focal points throughout the room. Weight bearing positions in prone improve strength and proximal stability. This position also helps to stretch muscles in the head, neck and shoulders.
     
    Are there any other alternatives to using a economy roll?
    If the child is having very little success lifting his/her head, the static roll may be too advanced for him. Gentle rolling on a therapy ball or a saddle roll in a prone position may offer better head support. The child who has difficulty tolerating being in a prone position should not be required to maintain this position for long periods of time. The child that tends to roll may need some side modification to prevent rolling off the wedge.
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