One of our leading units, used when the requirements for adduction and abduction are needed. A corrective mid-line position is achieved and reduction in the lumbar curve has been observed. When curbing wind-sweeping, the JEFFERY must be placed as near to the crutch as possible. Because the entire leg is supported, including the feet, circulation is stimulated by the warmth and muscle spasm reduced. Vulnerable areas such as heels are supported, therefore, reducing pressure areas. Patients who are sleeping 8 hours on a JEFFERY have been found to have very relaxed legs and are therefore easier to dress.