Rise & Recline In Comfort With A Riser Recliner
A Riser Recliner is ideal if you have difficulty standing up or sitting down due to restricted mobility, e.g. MS, Arthritis, Rheumatism or circulation problems. These ingenious chairs will gently guide you into a standing or seating position with the use of a built-in motor. Our fantastic range of riser recliners offers a huge choice of colour and upholstery options, as well as single and dual motor options, to help you hold onto your independence without sacrificing comfort or style.
What is the right Riser Recliner for me?
Once you have decided on your motor type of your Riser Recliner then the most important decision is to choose the style of chair and fabric choice for your chair.
What is the difference between a single motor and dual motor?
A single motor Riser Recliner will lower the backrest whilst simultaneously raising the footrest, relaxing you into a comfortable laying position. With a dual motor riser recliner there are two motors which raise and lower the back and footrests independently. A dual motor riser recliner is suitable if you need to be able to sit up vertically but also keep your legs raised.
We have a range of orthopaedic chairs that provide more comfort and support than traditional chairs. Orthopaedic chairs can differ from the common fireside chairs as they obtain a stable, upright position for the user, which reduces the pressure that is put on their bones and muscles. Our range of high back orthopaedic and fireside chairs are designed to provide lumbar support and the firm cushions offer lower back care. Some of the chairs are height adjustable to minimise the efforts of rising, which is ideal if the user is recovering from hip or knee surgery.
A pressure cushion is ideal for people at risk or suffering from pressure sores. There are several types of pressure cushions available and they range from basic foam to alternating air cushions. A healthcare professional can help to determine which type of cushion is best for the level of bed sores an individual is suffering or recovering from. Alternatively give us a call on 1890 989 353 and our team can guide you through all the options.