Off The Bed
The best and most comfortable way to sleep after a vitrectomy, retinal detachment or macular hole surgery. Applying the Face Down Support System is fast and simple. With no assembly required, simply slide the Face Down Support in between the box springs and the mattress.
With a few quick and snappy adjustments, you will be able to set-up the Face Down Support System in just a few minutes.
You may also be able to place the 2-Way Mirror (included) on top of the arm rest shelf to watch television in your bedroom. To do so, simply place the 2-Way Mirror on top of the arm rest shelf and angle it towards your television.
On The Table
The Face Down Support can be used on top of a table or a desk as well. This is a great way to sit down with the family and yet still being able to face down. This can also be used for reading, writing, eating, socializing, watching television, playing cards and board games, and much more. To use the Face Down Support on the table or desk simply place the equipment at the top of it, lean towards the chest pad, and place your head on the face cushion.
In The Car
The Face Down Support may also be used for traveling to visit your doctor. This very light package is portable and can be placed on the patient's lap in the car.
Note: Table and Chair not included. Please use your own table and chair for using this package.
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