Welcome to the newest addition to our website.  These are some common areas of concern we are asked about frequently. Not really a blog - just a place for us to answer specific questions we get about face down recovery. Please let us know if you have a question that others may benefit by too!

Most macular hole repairs use a gas to fill the eye which provides gentle pressure on the macula. There are two types of gas that may be used:  SF6 gas is the shorter in duration, lasting about one month, and is the most frequently used. C3F8 is longer in duration, las...

In a word, NO!  No tools are required; rather, cam levers are loosened to allow parts to be adjusted to your particular body type.  The seated support has multiple ways to adjust for all body types.  The bed support can be adjusted to accommodate most mattresses. The v...

Many older internet articles on the subject may read as long as two weeks or more, however, current standard of care for face down recovery time is one week. Your particular situation determines how long your own recovery will last.  It may be as few as three to five d...

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Kelly Comfort Solutions (KCS) rental products are chosen for their versatility. They are easily adjusted to fit many different body types. Customization of equipment is made where needed.  

All equipment i...

The viewpoint of many insurances is none. Medicare considers vitrectomy equipment not medically necessary, and there are those who do manage to get through with no equipment at all and still have successful surgery results. Other insurances have policies citing studies...

Perhaps you are very active normally, but this is the week to just let your get yourself fixed!   Many clients worry about how they are going to eat. Plan on bu

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