OUR PRODUCTS

Lift chair Cocoon

Intended for autonomous people

  • Ultra Soft base : Quilt sets in silicone hollow fiber
  • Washable at 30 ° : Quilt sets removable
  • Armrest retractable : Possibility of lateral transfers
  • 3 kinds of coating : Polyurethane, Velvet or imitation lamb

Shell seats

Intended for single or assisted persons

  • Aesthetic and medical
  • Removable duvets, washable at 30°
  • Leg rest coordinated with seat recline
  • 3 kinds of coating: PVC/PU, Polyurethane and Heather fabric

Accessoires

Vertical pull down tray

It remains horizontal when the chair reclines. Its vertical side storage limits my clutter. Only adaptable on :
• Elysée,
• Montmartre.

Trunk Block (right or/and left)

These adjustable wedges side supports (height and width) allow the maintenance and guarantee a good positioning of the patient. Only adaptable on ELYSEE models MONTMARTRE and OPTIMAL.

Bearing Harness

This X strap maintain the shoulders and the patient’s trunk to the chair, in order to improve its positioning and security.

TESTIMONIES

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“Our patients, affected by daily prolonged immobility, lead us to make the choice to equip some services with the INNOV’SA seats, studied to reduce the user’s pressure points and to guarantee them a correct positioning. I know that our nursing staff particularly like to handle these compact chairs, easily practicable, which allow them to make patients’ transfers safely.”
Guillaume – Occupational therapist – Ile-de-France
“My husband spends most of his time in his chair. The great comfort of the Cocoon allows him to reduce his pain, to relax again, and to live better days. The advantages of this chair have become, in our daily lives, almost indispensable for both of us, to help him to be safely installed in his chair, or to clean his seat after each meal. He didn’t want to be installed in a medical chair, like a wheelchair. However, he can keep his human dignity in the eyes of his family members, thanks to the nice design of this chair.”
Gisèle et Joël – Retired – Paris
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