Spahn Reha GmbH
has been manufacturing WC douches, anti-decubitus toilet seats and toilet seats boosters for 25 years
The VAmat® WC douche is suitable for everyone who expects more from their intimate care – and for those who must expect more, such as the physically handicapped, rehabilitation patients and elderly people. The compact care unit fits almost every commercially available toilet and can, as a rule, be used effortlessly and safely with a commode chair. Comfortable, problem-free, individual.
Additionally, it guarantees efficient use and economical consumption. As a product unique the world over, the VAmat is equipped with a continuous-flow water heater, with which you can wash using at least 2 litres of warm water per minute. Hence, a continuous water supply is guaranteed. Washing and drying time can also be adjusted, depending on your personal preference.
- Allocation of the appliance number 33.40.05.0001 as the first German manufacturer
- Energy-efficient technology (low power and water consumption)
- Douching with warm water can be repeated as often as desired
- Simplest operation via a button and by remote control, foot- or hand-operated switch
- Fits almost all commercially available toilets, in a variety of sizes and colours
- Nation-wide installation service
- Application submission service for cost-bearers
Our products have had a very good reputation in the field of aids and appliances / specialist care appliances for years. One reason for this is that we support our affiliates, right from the planning stage on. We are setting standards across Europe with the products we have developed, such as the VAmat® WC, the anti-decubitus seat, and our toilet seat boosters. In the future, too, we will continue to adapt our product range to the latest market demands.
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The earlier you involve us in the patient care process, the better. Together, we will find the solution best suited to your customers.
Indications calling for the use of a WC douche. This list is not complete and should only be used as a guide.
achondroplasia with calcification of the extremities – obesity – ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) – amputation – anal atresia – status post CVA – hemiparesis due to CVA – rheumatic arthritis – AMC (arthrogryposis multiplex congenita) – cerebral movement disorder – Contergan (thalidomide) defects – coxarthrosis – Down’s syndrome – bilateral brachial dysmelia, spinal dysplasia – encephalomyelitis disseminata – Friedreich’s ataxia – early infantile brain damage, cerebral infarction – furunculosis in the genital region – GBS Guillan-Barré syndrome – gonarthrosis – Holt-Oram syndrome, stunted arms – ICP / spastic tetraplegia – implantation of an uncemented TEP hip, right-sided – spasticity with myelopathy until status post laminectomy, C2 – C5 – restriction of movement due to Bekhterev’s disease – meningomyelocele – multiple deformities of the extremities – Crohn’s disease – MS (multiple sclerosis) – muscular atrophy – muscular dystrophy – axioscapular muscular dystrophy – facio-scapulo-humeral muscular dystrophy – spinal muscular dystrophy – omarthrosis – osteogenesis imperfecta – osteoporosis – paraplegia of the lower limbs – Parkinson’s disease – severe, debilitating PCP – phocomelia (thalidomide defects) – polyarthritis – polyarthrosis – post-polio syndrome – paraplegia– scoliosis, tendinopathy – spina bifida tetraparesis, cysto-rectal paralysis – anal inflammation – tetraplegia – spastic tetraplegia, tetraspasticity – thalidomide embryopathy – infantile cerebral paresis