A Quick Guide on Riser Recliner Chairs

Who are they for?

Riser Recliner Chairs can be for anyone from the more seriously disabled to those without any medical issues at all.

How much are they?

They can range from around £500 to £1500, and higher for healthcare-specialised chairs.

What do they help with?

They can assist in a number of ways, from general comfort to preventing circulation issues and swelling, to assisting in getting in and out of a chair.

Generally speaking, the ability to adjust where weight is placed on your body benefits everyone, but particularly those suffering with relevant medical issues.

What medical issues are relevant?

If a doctor has mentioned anything at all to you to do with changing sitting behaviour, then your medical issues are relevant. If you are unsure it is best to ask.

Do I need a lot of space?

Most likely not, there are models of chair that will accommodate for smaller spaces.

What does the amount of motors mean?

This, very generally speaking, just means how capable the chair is of accommodating your needs.

What else to think about?

Things like your weight will affect what chairs you should choose and the styles of backrest are not simply to look different, they also affect positioning.

The actual size of the chair is also very important as if it is wrong for you or your room, the benefits will be mostly taken away.


Before buying anything make sure you have tested out chairs thoroughly, in person, and that you have also looked for more information either from the internet, family and friends or medical specialists.

For a full guide on Riser Recliners, click below

Everything to consider when looking for a Riser Recliner Chair



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