Arm Prompt Positioning Tutorial
The arm supports of Rifton's Pacer gait trainer offer a wide variety of positioning options for upper extremity stability, comfort, steering, and assistance with head control, weight-bearing and weight-shifting. Use this tutorial as a guide for great positioning outcomes.
The clamp is the foundation for arm...
Rifton TRAM FAQs
Who uses the TRAM?
The Rifton TRAM is a multi-purpose device used for sit-to-stand lifting, gait training, assisted transfers and toileting.
The TRAM is used by children and adults presenting with a wide range of developmental and acquired disabilities including TBI, CVA, SCI, post hip replacement surgery, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy.
Always have a qualified healthcare...
Guidelines for Functional Use of the Rifton HTS
The Rifton HTS redefines toileting for people with disabilities. Superior tool-free adjustability and a broad range of supportive accessories provide a comfortable, effective hygiene experience. And although simple in design, the HTS can accommodate almost any situation. But to get the most out of your HTS you need to understand its broad capabilities and configurations.
Rifton TRAM Safe Patient Handling & Mobility Training Documents
The following documents have been compiled for providers, hospitals and long-term care facilities to use in the implementation of safe patient handling and movement programs with the Rifton TRAM.
TRAM Evaluation Form (pdf) serves as a guide to help the clinician decide whether the Rifton TRAM is appropriate for a particular patient.
TRAM Employee Competency Checklist (pdf) is for use after a TRAM...
Guidelines for Functional Use of the Rifton Mobile Stander
As its name suggests, the Rifton Mobile Stander combines all the benefits of mobility with a supportive standing frame. It is far more than prone or supine standers which are passive positioning devices. It is also more than an upright wheelchair. Using the prompts of the mobile stander correctly can improve an individual’s standing ability and, through movement, effectively challenge their balance...