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What are Lavin Lift Straps?

Lavin Lift Straps are an accessory that works with any standard patient lifter. They allow one caregiver the ability to safely suspend the lower portion of the patient’s body. This process eliminates the need for caregiver lifting and the need for additional assistance often needed to perform these procedures.

Used for:

  • Hygiene cleaning
  • Changing
  • Treatment of wound
  • Treatment of pressure ulcers
  • Catheter insertion
  • Lifting patients of size
  • …and more

Proven to:

  • Reduce injuries to patients, staff, and caregivers
  • Eliminate uncomfortable log rolling, turning, and lifting
  • Improve infection control and hygiene
  • Increase patient satisfaction, comfort, and dignity
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Using the Lavin Lift Strap

The Basic Process

The Basis Process illustrated here is what you’ll need to learn to lift the patient’s hips to access the buttocks and lower back for cleaning and changing.

Reusable Lavin Lift Mutlitsize Straps™ feature easy to fit multisize straps lined with medical grade Enthera™ which wicks away moisture and provide a softer more secure fit. When used properly, the straps do the work of safely lifting your loved one in just a few easy steps! They are available in three sizes, Medium, Large and Extra Large (for Bariatric and/or obese patients).

Process for Patients of Size

The Bariatric Process

The Double Strap/Bariatric Process is intended for larger patients and those with varicose veins or other conditions resulting in extremely sensitive legs. Using Re-usable Lavin Lift Straps correctly sized to the patient’s thighs and calves, this process distributes the stress points along the leg, thereby avoiding unnecessary discomfort. Once the straps are securely fastened, the caregiver positions a lifter over the patient’s thigh, attaches the straps and activates the patient lifter. The Double-Strap Process permits a higher lift of the patient’s lower body than the basic single strap process.

Limb Suspension

The Limb Suspension Process

The Limb Suspension Process is for wound care and/or treatments, catheter insertion and other processes requiring a caregiver to lift a limb or limbs.

In the Limb Suspension Process, a caregiver simply attaches an appropriately sized strap to the limb of the patient and secures the strap to a patient lift. Lavin Lift Strap is not a sling but a secure strap, so the limb can be raised without danger of slipping. Virtually no lifting is required on the part of the caregiver. Disposable Lavin Lift Straps are available for Single Patient Use requirements, as well as the Re-usable shown in the training video.

Healthcare Institutions


Hospital-tested, Lavin Lift Straps provide a safe, secure environment for both patients and caregivers.

Enable ONE person to do the patient lifting work of an entire team-safely, easily, and hygienically! If you want to become a premier safe patient handling facility use Lavin Lift Straps!

Home Caregivers


Medicare-approved, Lavin Lift Straps enable ONE person to do patient lifting work safely, easily, and hygienically! If you’re taking care of a loved one at home, use Lavin Lift Straps!

"One caregiver, using Lavin Lift Straps, has been able to clean and change a patient, not having to wait for assistance from other members of the team."

Mary Webb, RN, BSN, MA, CICSan Mateo Medical Center, San Mateo, CA

"My dad is 94 yrs old, he is bed ridden due to the amputation of his lower left leg, below the knee. I love the straps, they are easy to put on and use. They make life so much easier!!! My back doesn't hurt anymore!"

Rozanna P. Royal Oaks, CA

"This product is genius."

Liz R. Visiting Nurse, Ann Arbor MI

"I am very happy to have found your product. It is wonderful. My husband even sleeps through his brief changes."

Kathleen B. Greensboro NC

"This was an absolute saver for my lower back."

Kathy K. Home user, Garden City NJ

"This product will change the quality of their (caregiver's) life. They will be able to care for their loved one properly, easily and without injuring their bodies."

Rita F.Ontario, Canada