ofa fit expert

The stable pull-on aid

 

The stable donning aid is easy and safe to use. Also due to its light weight it is ideally suitable should you wish to put on your compression stockings yourself even if you have restricted personal mobility. Ofa Fit Expert has swivel handle bars and it is not necessary to assemble parts.

Be independent – with Ofa Fit Expert

To be independent despite restricted personal mobility: The compression stocking is put into the semi-circular frame in such a way that the top of the stocking is folded over inside out. Now pull the stocking with some force so far over the frame that the tip of the foot is visible. We recommend for easier use and for the protection of the knitted fabric our special rubber gloves.

Next place the pull-on aid on the floor and slide the foot into the stocking till the heel is positioned on the floor. Gradually pull Ofa Fit Expert so far upwards with both handles till the stocking is within reach. Remove the pull-on aid from the leg and put on the stocking as usual till it sits correctly and is wrinkle-free.

 

At a glance:

  • suitable for all compression stockings
  • ideal when personal mobility is restricted
  • stable frame
  • light weight, easy to use
  • swivel handle bars for space saving storage
  • easy use with no need to assemble
  • easy to clean and wash
  • can prescribed by a physician
dressing support ofa fit expertOfa Fit Expert

The stable donning aid is easy and safe to use. Also due to its light weight it is ideally suitable should you wish to put on your compression stockings yourself even if you have restricted personal mobility. Ofa Fit Expert has swivel handle bars and it is not necessary to assemble parts.

Watch our video and find out how to use the Ofa Fit Expert.

Useful information for an easy start in the day:

  • Special gloves from Ofa Bamberg provide a secure grip and protect the knitted fabric
  • It is best to put on your compression stockings the moment you get up in the morning while your legs are free from any swelling
  • Wear comfortable, loose clothing and flat, comfortable shoes
  • Walk as often as possible, also bare-footed
  • Treat yourself morning and night to an invigorating cool leg shower
  • Move your feet and legs when sitting or standing for longer periods of time

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