Welcome back to the McCarthy Mobility Furniture blog, where we bring you the very best in our riser and recliner chairs, adjustable beds and mobility furniture. In today’s entry, we take a look at the key features of riser recliners and explore whether they could make a useful addition to
How do they work?
Rise and recline chairs feature easy to use electronic controls that allow people to get into and out of them without assistance, making independent living easier. These mobility aids also offer users a choice of different sitting positions to help maximise their comfort.
Their smooth electronic motion, which is operated using a simple control panel, is designed to ensure safety and to give people more confidence when they are standing up, sitting down, reclining or returning to an upright seated position.
What are their benefits?
The primary benefit of these chairs is to increase mobility. They allow people to get to their feet and to achieve a comfortable position while seated without requiring the help of others. This is ideal for those who wish to enjoy as much independence as possible.
Riser recliners are also designed for maximum comfort. They provide plenty of space and have deep, luxurious cushions and highly supportive backs. This helps to encourage a healthy posture and to minimise pressure on the backs of the legs, which in turn means that people can remain seated for long periods of time without experiencing discomfort.
By giving users the option of elevating their legs, the chairs can also help to reduce swelling in the lower limbs, promote improved circulation and reduce the risk of developing varicose veins.
Who are they aimed at?
Riser recliners are highly popular among older people with mobility issues. However, this is by no means the only demographic who are keen to take advantage of this mobility furniture. Many younger people who experience problems with mobility are also attracted to rise and recline chairs.
Anyone who has difficulty getting into or out of a chair can benefit from these solutions. The chairs can also be useful to people who have been advised by their doctor to elevate their legs when sitting down, and to those who tend to spend long periods of time seated. In addition, riser recliners can benefit those with chronic pain who need to change their sitting posture in order to get comfortable.
Find out more
If you fall into any of the above categories, it may be time to get a riser recliner for your home. There are lots of models to choose from, and it’s important that you find a design that matches your personal requirements. At McCarthy Mobility Furniture, we pride ourselves on helping our
customers to get riser recliners that are just right for them.
To discover more about our selection of rise and recliner chairs, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly and knowledgeable team. We’ll be happy to provide you with all the information and advice you need to make the right decision. For more information or to get a quote, simply call us on 01992 472199 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.