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Cincinnati Fire Department receives The Doty Belt for all its front line units from Cincinnati Fire Foundation. 

Published on August 16, 2023 in Uncategorized

Thousands of times each year, Cincinnati Firefighters assist residents from the floor. Sometimes this issimply to assist someone with a mobility problem after a mishap, other times the person may havefallen as part of a more serious medical issue. While patient lifting is a routine procedure for Firefighters,it comes with risks. Firefighters must help people … Read More »

Doty Belt Attends FDIC Conference in April 2023

Published on May 5, 2023 in Uncategorized

FDIC International offers thousands of Fire & Rescue professionals from around the world, quality world-class instructors, classrooms, workshops, H.O.T. Evolutions and the most innovative products and services available to the industry displayed by over 800 exhibiting companies. The FDIC experience is more than your traditional trade show it’s about the learning and sharing with your … Read More »

Why haven’t you been using it before?

Published on September 28, 2022 in Uncategorized

Mr. Doty. In the past few weeks I have personally had the opportunity to use the belts that you sent us. I will tell you that I have use all kinds of contraptions during my service to assist people up from ground level, most of which were improvised. Your device is the ultimate choice as … Read More »

Best Gait Belt Guide 2019

Published on September 3, 2019 in Uncategorized

Doty Belt was recently featured as the Best Gait Belt from Ease of Mobility. The Lift Assist Gait Belt by Doty Belt has six separate handles provides versatility to the caregiver who will be able to get a good grip of the belt no matter where they are standing. The handles are made of rubber to prevent … Read More »

The Doty Belt Lift Assist Harness

Published on June 3, 2016 in Uncategorized

Anyone who works with medical patients on a regular basis knows how difficult it can be to have to move, lift, and carry those who cannot move, lift, or carry themselves. From accident victims to those who have become bedridden due to age or illness, first responders and caregivers are at an increased risk of … Read More »