BED: In & Out - Knee

Cindy is demonstrating how to get in/out of the bed post knee replacement surgery using adaptive equipment including a bed railstep stool option and leg lifter. A step stool needs to be considered if the bed is too high to safely sit down on and/or the individual does not have enough arm strength to scoot their bottom back on the bed before bringing the legs into the bed.  A bed rail may be an option for those struggling to pull themselves up from a lying position to sitting on the side of the bed.  The leg lifter is a good option for self assist of the surgical leg on/off of the bed. 


BalanceFrom Adjustable Workout Aerobic Stepper

  •  Aerobic platform 31”L x 11.5”W x 4”H
  •  Includes 2 sets of risers
  •  Height from 4” to 6” to 8"

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Additional Step Stool Option   Step2Bed  see video link    for demonstration


  • Adjusts from 2 1/2 to 7 1/2 inches in height
  • Weight limit of 400#
  • Non slip stepping surface
  • Motion sensor light

We recommend available space for:

33in (L) x 19in (D)

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Medline Bed Assist Bar with Storage Pocket 

  •  Dimensions 36”-44” H x 14” W x 28” D
  •  Fits most twin, full and queen sized beds
  •  Height adjustable legs
  •  13 x 9 inch nylon pocket

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Freedom Grip Plus Bed rail by MTS  

  •  Height adjustable from 21.5” to 24.5” in one inch increments
  •  250# weight limit

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Vive PROFlex Strap (2-in-1 leg lifter/exercise strap)

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Leg Lifter Strap by Vive  

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