The extent to which you keep your head inclined 24 hours
a day during your convalescence will have a major effect
on the success of the operation and your chances of the
complete recovery of your eyesight.
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The length of time you must keep your head down will be
determined by your doctor. This will usually vary from 7
to 21 days.
Our supports allow you to carry out different activities
during the day and insure that you get a good night's sleep
while continually maintaining your head in the correct position.
These special appliances offer the comfort and ergonomics
your body needs in order to endure this head position without
tiring you out.
Our daytime support will let you read, talk, play games,
watch television and of course eat and drink. In other words,
you will be able to do a good deal of your daily activities.
Our nigh time support will allow you to get a good night's
sleep to let you take full advantage of your days.
The daytime support comes already assembled but you might
to make some adjustments to adapt it to your body and to
the activities you plan on doing. Our night support will
require certain components be assembled and attached to
your bed. This assembly and the adjustments are simple and
easy to do. A video cassette and an instruction manual will
guide you through the process.
Our consultant will be there to give you advise when you
take possession of the convalescent aids. Even though our
aids are relatively simple to handle, a video cassette and
an instruction manual comes with them in order to insure
that you get the most out of them.
A toll free number is also available
and a consultant will answer your questions from 9:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Some policies will cover the rental of
this kind of appliance. Please consult you insurance policy
or you insurer for more information. In some cases we can
make a direct claim to your insurance company for the rental
of your convalescent aids. Our representative will be happy
to evaluate your eligibility.
Rental fees for convalescent aids which are not covered
by a private or public health insurance can be included
on your tax report and are therefore tax deductible. Your
accountant or financial advisor can advise you in this regards.