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As a person ages, mobility and strength become increasingly difficult. Tasks that were once simple, such as sitting or standing, are now very challenging. Lift chairs provide comfort and mobility to their users, and are designed to avoid falls or unnecessary pressure on joints and muscles. A lift chair’s primary function is to assist a user into a standing position by the simple touch of a button. There are a variety of lift chairs with slightly different levels of functioning, and it is important to consider individual needs when looking at these types of chairs.

Infinite Position Lift Chair

The Infinite Position lift chairs have a range of motion that allows for the user to sit up and watch television, or recline all the way into an ideal napping position. They have infinite positioning possibilities. They also raise the user into a comfortable standing position, and provide the necessary support and security when being raised. These chairs are ideal for an individual who needs it for multiple purposes and extended use.

MaxiComfort Lift Chair

These chairs are designed for ultimate comfort. They provide exceptional lumbar support, and are ideal for extended use. They allow for great back positioning and improved circulation. The MaxiComfort lift chairs are meant for any user who suffers from back pressure, and are perfect for extended sitting time.

Three-Position Lift Chair

These loungers are designed for maximum mobility. They provide complete support when standing, and total comfort when sitting. These chairs are made to recline into three positions: sitting, partially reclined, and fully reclined.

Features

Lift chairs can be further specialized for those suffering from extreme back pains, needing better posture, needing extra grips on the arms when standing, and even trays for those who want a place to set food and drinks. There are also wall-hugger models for those with smaller spaces. Whatever your requirements for your lift chair, MEDIchair can help you in your selection and customize the chair to fit your lifestyle.

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Lift Chairs

As a person ages, mobility and strength become increasingly difficult. Tasks that were once simple, such as sitting or standing, are now very challenging. Lift chairs provide comfort and mobility to their users, and are designed to avoid falls or unnecessary pressure on joints and muscles. A lift chair’s primary function is to assist a user into a standing position by the simple touch of a button. There are a variety of lift chairs with slightly different levels of functioning, and it is important to consider individual needs when looking at these types of chairs.

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This high-quality product is now available at MEDIchair Lethbridge, but, what exactly does it do? This product is meant for people who need to stop bedsores from forming, and to heal persistent wounds.The Australian Merino Sheepskin has the densest wool fibre in the world. This reduces the pressure on the bony prominence’s of the body when laying or sitting for long periods of time.

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