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New wound care chair for Aspirus Therapy in Medford

Physical Therapy Technician Katelyn Ziembo and Physical Therapist DeDe Strama with Aspirus Therapy-Medford's new wound care chair

Donors to the Aspirus Medford Foundation provided all of the funding to purchase a Hill Laboratories adjustable wound care chair for Aspirus Therapy in Medford. An additional two hours a day of wound care services can be provided now, benefiting up to 765 patients per year.  

The chair is designed specifically to help therapists examine and treat patients with various wound conditions while maintaining patient comfort and safety. The hi-lo lift chair can safely handle patients up to 600 pounds and is fully adjustable. During the delivery of wound care, this flexibility offers ease of positioning for the patient and proper ergonomics for the therapist.

If you’d like to contribute to the Aspirus Medford Foundation, all donations, great and small, are graciously accepted to help heal people and promote health. 


Pictured with Aspirus Therapy’s new wound care chair are Physical Therapy Technician Katelyn Ziembo (left) and Physical Therapist DeDe Strama.

 

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