Tips for Getting Out of Bed

  1. Bend knees up, feet flat on the bed.
  2. Roll onto your side toward the edge of the bed by letting the knees fall to that side. Reaching across with the top arm. Turn your head and look in the direction you are rolling.
  3. Lower feet from the bed as you push with your arms into a sitting position.

Barton Bed (Lateral) Transfer Solutions

If getting in or out of bed becomes too difficult and your caregiver is unable to lift you in and out of bed there is now a tangible solution. Barton Medical Institution has several bed options,which enable a “No Lift” approach.

For more information on products to help people get out of bed, visit The Parkinson Shop or call 1-877-390-9454.

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Fitness Plan I: Out of Bed

Medical content reviewed by: Nina Browner, MD—Medical Director of the NPF Center of Excellence at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in North Carolina and by Fernando Pagan, MD—Medical Director of the NPF Center of Excellence at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C.

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