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Junior And Adult Vertical Stimulation Device (Models 1930 & 1932)

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The Vertical Stimulation Device (VSD), models 1930 and 1932, is additional hardware for suspended eauipment designed to provide vestibular and proprioceptive stimulation for individuals with physical disabilities. It can be used with the Flexion Disc, T-Bar, or Therapy Net (see separate entries) to control bouncing and vertical movement. For versatility, there are four different straps that the equipment can be attached to with a Safety Snap (see separate entry). Two Safety Snaps are included. OPTIONS: Replacement Straps, models 1932 AND 1933, can be bought separately for a price of $49.00 per strap. DIMENSIONS: Height is 24 inches. CAPACITY: Junior model holds 25 to 100 pounds (25 pounds per strap). Adult model holds 50 to 200 pounds (50 pounds per strap). GUARANTEE: One full year from date of shipment.

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as of: 
10/01/2001
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Southpaw Enterprises Inc
Southpaw Enterprises Inc Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: therapy@southpawenterprises.com
Phone: 800-228-1698
Fax: 937-252-8502
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
937-252-6460
Web Address: 
http://www.southpawenterprises.com
Tags: 
Therapeutic Aids, Blind & Low Vision, Recreation, Personal Care, Home Management, Architectural Elements
 
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