Therapy Net

SKU: 130


The Southpaw Therapy Net is an all-around must have for any therapeutic setting. It's simple to use, and can be used in a variety of ways. It provides vestibular input in all planes, improved head and neck extension, proprioceptive input and overall body control. Use the Therapy Net by itself, or with our Net Adaptation Kit. Accommodates children or adults and aids in developing motor control. Used to provide linear movement and vestibular stimulation. Helps improve total body extension.

Weight: 4kgs
Dimensions: 120cm H
Working Load: 90kg

Optional Accessories: 
Therapy Net Adaptation Kit
Nets are wonderful therapy tools, but for physically challenged or uncoordinated clients, they can be difficult to use. Southpaw's answer to this problem is the Net Adaptation Kit. The kit includes a padded wooden seat, top spreader bar and (2) attachment clips. The hardwood spreader bar attaches easily to your net, and the seat insert lets you easily adjust your client's position in the net.
Weight: 3kgDimensions: 51 H x 40 W x 5cm L Working Load: 90kg

Therapy Net Mat
When using the Therapy Net, allow your clients extra comfort and support with our Therapy Net Mat. It includes special fasteners that secure the mat and keep the net in the open position. The design makes it easier for you to place your clients in a prone position. The Therapy Net Mat has a firm and comfortable foam centre with a removable, washable cover and comes complete with spreader bar.
Weight: 6.9kg Dimensions: 130 L x 65 W x 5cm D

Therapy Net Spreader Bar
The Therapy Spreader Bar is for use with your Therapy Net. Attach the Hardwood Bar to the top of your net using the two attachment clips.
Dimensions: 51 cm long Weight: 0.35kg

If you are looking to have a Southpaw swing installed on a ceiling by anyone other than Southpaw UK engineers - then the installation of forged ceiling eyebolts is your responsibility, and must be to the proper specifications. We always recommend that you have the ceiling tested by a structural engineer to ensure that your ceiling can carry the appropriate working loads. Please read our Safety and Working Loads pages thoroughly. Other elements of safety include the layout of the clinic or therapy space, the implementation of a systematic equipment inspection program, proper matting, and personal protection.

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