Ambre-stone Ltd is working hand in hand with Pro-medicare and Ian Deumayne-Jones of Domestic Mobility Solutions Ltd, to share over 25 years of experience, which will provide targeted support for clinicians, case managers, legal teams and people all over the UK.
Optimum postural outcomes are available to ALL.
Pro-Medicare manufacture ground-breaking and high-performing positioning systems of unrivalled quality. All made with pride in Italy. Their products help with seating solutions and lying posture.
Founded in 1996, Pro Medicare began as a distributor of medical devices for people with disabilities. In 1998, applying knowledge and expertise gained from experience, it took steps to further expand upon its original mission. By 2000, the company had established itself under its current name and its current directive: the study of 360° posture, with its own design and production of corrective and customised positioning systems.
Pro Medicare concentrated its efforts on the most complex of cases where a solution had yet to be found, earning the reputation as a global pioneer in this field. Through persistent, ongoing research and constant collaboration with its users, clinicians and caregivers; the company works tirelessly to ensure that no matter the severity of the case, the result is always the same: optimum posture and products synonymous with comfort and well-being. After 20 years of manufacturing, the entire Pro Medicare team is still driven by a desire to enrich lives, a passion for cutting-edge technology and the quest to find tomorrow’s posture solutions. This enables them to create ground-breaking and high-performing positioning systems of unrivalled quality. All made with pride in Italy.
From your need our research,
From our research your ideal posture
Pro Medicare’s research has shown that the correct postural balance can prevent physical asymmetries and deformities; facilitate better respiratory and digestive function; reduce postural pain and aid rehabilitation and recovery. Finding the correct postural balance enables the body to sit autonomously; not only enhances the individual’s use of their upper limbs but their quality of life and social participation.
The key areas of research include:
- The effect of gravity force upon the body
- Skeletal and muscular anatomy and distribution of pressure
- Postural control and stability and the perception of users with movement disorders (dystonia)
- Degrees of postural support in relation to different pathologies and function